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Discovering who you are after graduating is one of the most challenging things you will do in life. Students will certainly go through times of struggle, but by staying positive and forming good habits one can sustain a successful life.
- Decide on a vision for their future: Not necessarily right out of the gate, but you don’t want to be a grown up before you start thinking about a career or lifestyle that you wish to have. Realize what you’re passionate about and it will serve as the foundation for your future endeavors. Many experts argue that in search for success and happiness, persons need to examine and investigate their needs, people have to strive for authenticity and genuineness, and an effort needs to be made to truly know one’s self.
- Take risks and don’t be afraid to fail: This could mean applying to a college out of state, joining a club or community organization or taking a class or professor that you’ve heard is really challenging. To reach your full potential you must be willing to put yourself in situations that will test your mental, physical and emotional capacity.
- Don’t grow up too fast: The foundation that exists based on your personality and habits you formed over the years will help you grasp an idea of what you want to achieve in the future. You don’t want to spend so much time focusing on the future and forget to enjoy the present moments and experiences you are bound to have.