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Cracking the Nut of a Disinterested Student

Cracking the Nut of a Disinterested Student is one of the biggest challenge faced by both parents and teachers.

Basing her education and career on all the wrong things, Oie Dobier chose a path that others expected of her which led to changing her major, jumping from job to job, and finding herself always looking for the next big challenge.


Then, in her early 40’s, she was passed over for a promotion which caused her to do some self-reflection. Although the pay was good, she realized she was tired, bored and unfulfilled. She had chosen a career that didn't align with her values, passions or natural talents and felt it was time to be more purposeful with her life.


What if there was a way to teach young people how to figure this out earlier; a way to help them start their career in something fulfilling, interesting and enjoyable?


What if she could save them from the years of struggle and unfulfillment that she and so many others have experienced?





As a result, “Project Who Am I?” was born, and she’s been helping young people learn about themselves and apply this knowledge to their educational and career pursuits ever since.



Today on #CollegeFinancialAidandCareerNavigation with @CareerCollegeCounselors @projWhoAmI Oie, Tom and Maria discuss this challenge and offers some solutions that will help parents and teachers "Crack the Nut of a Disinterested Student."


Here is what to expect on this week’s show:

-Realizing late in life what your true calling is

-Understanding your true natural talents early to build a successful professional foundation

-Giving your children the time to explore their interests

-Cracking the nut of a disinterested student





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Does this sound like you? Tom and Maria Geffers of Career and College Counselors can help your child find the Right Career, the Right Major, the Right College and Graduate in 4 years with the least amount of money out of pocket.


Schedule your FREE CONSULTATION by email Tom@CareerCollegeCounselors.com or by clicking on the link

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