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Turning chaos into careers.
Katharine Brooks Ed.D.
Let's look at four basic steps to bringing your vision to life.
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This portion of the 4D process can be energizing if you take the opportunity to look at what your life could be.
Give yourself the gift of time to explore your interests, personal strengths, skills, and values. The payoff will be worth the investment.
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Katharine Brooks, Ed.D., is the Evans Family Executive Director of the Career Center at Vanderbilt University. She is the author of You Majored in What? Mapping Your Path from Chaos to Career.