Are you doing a bunch of different things and getting overwhelmed by what’s on your plate? In this episode of Demystifying College Admissions, I will be interviewing my student, Christina, about how she discovered a common theme to her long list of extracurriculars, consolidated her energy into one passion project, and then scaled it. Tune in to hear Christina’s zeal and dedication that will inspire/motivate you to start your own passion project.
TUNE IN BELOW:
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:
- How you can prove you are passionate about something by showing rather than telling
- What you can learn through your passion project journey
- How Julie mentors her students with a growth mindset
- Why Christina loves the Conquer College Admissions Facebook Group
“We always want to be able to allocate our energy and time to what’s really going to make a difference in the application process.”
“A lot of people can talk the talk, but can you walk the walk?”
“Through this project, I’m putting action behind those words.”
“I think I gained a lot of self-esteem.”
“But right now, you can be the living proof that you can push for the changes that you wish to see in this world.”
“You pushed me to my full potential.”
- [FB GROUP] Conquer College Admissions
- [WEBSITE] Christina Vo
- [VIDEO] 5 Types of Passion Projects
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