In this episode of Demystifying College Admissions, I will be focusing on the college admissions process and sharing with you how to jump over the hurdles instead of running into them. There is a hidden key to making this process enjoyable so make sure to listen!
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WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:
- The best way for parents to help their child discover his/her passions
- The importance of a mentor and how you can find one
- How finding one’s passion happens through a gradual process of exploring interests rather than through a spontaneous revelation
- The consequences of forcing a passion merely for your college application.
- How getting out of your comfort zone can be rewarding
- Methods for building self-confidence
“The only way to gain clarity as to what field might be a good fit for you is to take action.”
“Passion is a build-up of multiple interests, multiple exposures, and multiple breakthroughs.”
“Do it now when you’re younger so that you’re building your resume, not polishing your resume to stand out.”
“Don’t let it be a lonely process. Instead, let it be a powerful experience.”
“That’s why it’s 99% mindset work and then one 1% actually doing the work because it’s about your mindset; it’s about your confidence.”
“This college admissions journey doesn’t have to be so difficult.”
- [FB Group] Conquer College Admissions Facebook Group
- [BLOG] How to Find Passion: Insider secrets to discovering what your child does best
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