The news that you’ve passed the graduation exam is the most satisfying part of graduation.
The moment when you get to see the big picture and know that your future lies in a great job.
You have a job, and you want to make it great.
But, if you’re not ready for this job yet, you have to find out.
And finding out is the best way to learn about yourself and what you’re capable of.
I wrote a post called The 10 Things I Wish I’d Known Before I Graduated that explores 10 different aspects of being a college grad that I wish I’d known before I graduated.
But I also want to focus on the most important thing about college: you’re graduating.
As you prepare to get to your big day, I wanted to share with you a few things that will help you to succeed.
I’ve put together a checklist that helps you figure out what you want from a college education.
If you’re still unsure about what you really want from your college education, you can check out my post, What Do I Want My College Degree to Do for Me?
I’ve also created a few quick ways to make a decision, including my list of 5 College-Ready Strategies.
Learn from your mistakes.
You will be learning from your own mistakes and mistakes you made on your journey to graduate.
If I were you, I would want you to take the time to think about all the things that you did wrong.
For example, if I’m a senior in college, I’ve probably made a mistake on the application that I don’t want to admit to anyone.
But if I was you, if this was your first year of college, what would you do differently?
What would you have done differently?
And, if it was your second year of school, what changes could you make?
I’m not going to tell you to learn everything that you can from this experience.
It’s up to you.
But learning from mistakes and lessons learned will help your future and your future students as well.
Make the right decision.
The next thing you want is to make the right choice.
You may have made a good decision.
But what if you made the wrong one?
What if you went for a different course?
What about if you chose a different major?
You don’t need to know all of the answers to these questions.
But you do need to make sure you know what you should do, and how you should act.
Make sure you’re looking at a lot of different options before making a decision.
Make it clear that you are making the decision based on your personal goals, not on a list of things that everyone else is doing.
If someone else is asking for this decision, you should ask them to do it for you.
You’ll feel much more comfortable with a decision that is based on their goals and your own.
Take time to reflect.
Every student has their own story, but there are a few simple things you can do to make your college experience a little more personal.
When you’re in the process of deciding where you want your future to take you, take some time to listen to your story.
How do you feel about your education?
What were the best parts about it?
What is it that you wish you’d known?
Ask yourself these questions, and remember that you’re a student.
It takes a lot to make something happen, and if you don’t take the first step, you’re probably going to miss the whole thing.
You might be surprised by what you discover along the way.
So, make it a point to remember that your decision was not made overnight.
And it’s going to take a lot more than just talking to your adviser.
You’re going to need to be a little bit selfish and considerate.
You need to listen, and to listen well.
So be kind, kind, and considerately.
If things aren’t going well, listen to what your advisor has to say.
Don’t be afraid to ask them questions.
Make your own decision.
Take care of your body.
You probably feel like you’re going through your college life with an empty stomach.
And while it’s not uncommon to feel like this, there are some things you might want to do to help keep your body in good shape.
If your body is aching, it’s probably because you’ve been overweight.
You’ve been eating unhealthy food for a long time.
And, unfortunately, you’ve likely lost your body fat too.
If the weight is causing you problems, it might be time to start cutting back on food, like exercising, eating healthy snacks, or cutting out the junk food that you usually eat.
There are a number of ways to help you lose weight, and I’ve covered all of them in my previous post, Why I’m Not Fat.
If this is the case for you, there’s a lot you can still do to lose weight. You can