Before you make big life decisions, it's important to interview others about the choices they've made. In this video, learn how to consider interviewing other experts effectively.
- All right, in this module, … we're talking about interviewing the experts. … Well, as I talked about in the last module, … so many people choose a major without a job focus. … What does that mean? … They choose a major based on the classes they like, … and not the career they want to go into. … For example, a lot of people decide … they want to become a teacher. … Well, we've all been in the classroom with students, … and so we think like, … "Oh yeah, we know what that's going to be like." … But the truth is we've never actually been … on the other side of the desk … to see what it's really like to be a teacher. … We don't know what a teacher really has to deal with. … We really don't have that firsthand experience. … So a lot of people become teachers. … They get into the classroom, … they look around, they realize, … "Oh my gosh, this isn't for me." … And then they're at a total loss … because they have student loans from becoming a teacher … and they've spent four years wasting time, …
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1. The Perfect Career for You
2. Interviewing Experts
3. Utilizing Scholarships
4. Becoming a Student Investor
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