Most people choose their college before they've even thought about a career. In this video, learn how to outline what career you would like to.
- So it's really important to at least have an idea … of what you want to do before you go to college. … So the average person picks a college first, … then they choose their major, … and then once they graduate, they choose their career. … Well, I'm here to tell you this is completely backward. … And in fact, we're going to do it the exact opposite way. … If I know I want to be a medical doctor, … then I know there are only a couple majors that I can do … in order to become a doctor, biology being one of them. … So if I know that biology is a great major for me, … then I know I should go to a college … that really specializes in biology, … and maybe even as a feeder into the medical school system. … Because as we all know, … medical school is really hard to get into. … So I better be sure I have the right major, … and I better be sure that the college I am going to … is actually going to help me get into medical school. … So normal people pick a college first because, … you know, maybe their parents went to that college, …
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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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