Are you searching for your passion? In this episode of Demystifying College Admissions, I’m going to debunk some myths about passion and also share some useful tips on how to discover what you’re passionate about. This is NOT just for your college application, but this is also an important step towards discovering who you are and what you love.
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WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:
- How a passion project will help you in your college admissions journey and beyond
- The #1 myth about where your passion is
- Step-by-step process on how to identify and explore your passion
- The perfect time to start on your passion project that will help you stand out!
“You’re all born with a gift, an ability to serve, or to do amazing things in life, and it’s important we find out what that is.”
“Passion can only be identified if you take some sort of action.”
“The reason why students and people and adults procrastinate is because they’re afraid that they’re going to get it wrong.”
“Life is not supposed to be a perfect series of events.”
“I truly wish that you will use your interests and your strengths to get accepted into where you want.”
“I don’t want you to stress out when there is no need to stress out, and I’m here to support you through this journey.”
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