In this episode of Demystifying College Admissions, I have a very special guest, Ursula. Ursula is Michelle’s mom and Michelle is my former student who recently graduated from high school and is now having a blast at NYU! I’m so grateful that I was able to mentor Michelle and help her navigate this journey with ease and success.
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WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:
- Why Ursula decided to work with me even though she had already hired a college counselor for Michelle
- What students truly need
- How Michelle benefited from working with me
- What kind of role Ursula played in the college admissions journey to maximize Michelle’s motivation, passion, and success
- What the college admissions journey is really all about
“Even though there are very good professionals out in the field, not all of them are a good fit for our kids.”
“You knew exactly how to motivate her.”
“Her professional, academic, and personal development started with you.”
“She has and keeps developing/discovering what her passions are.”
“What matters is that they are happy.”
“The most important thing is that they can find their passions.”
“Parents: we need to be very aware and give all of the resources to our kids – to provide them the elements that they need in order to rediscover or discover what is inside of them, not outside!”
“Enjoy the ride!”
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