Apr 8 / Karis Hortin


If you are currently in college right now and you want to find a job after graduation you are going to want to read this blog all the way to the end. 

In this blog I will share with you realistic things you can start doing NOW so you can be prepared for life after college. 

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1. Start interviewing and shadowing others 
The best way to learn what you want to do as a future job is to go out and shadow others who are in the field you hope to be in someday. By doing this you can see if that particular job is for you. Doing this will save you a lot of time later on, because you won’t be getting jobs then finding out you hate the job a couple months later. 

If you have no idea what career field you are interested in, go ahead and shadow and interview various people. That way you have an idea of what is out there. When you go out and do these things not only are you learning, but you are also making great connections. 

Plus adults love it when young people take the time to shadow and interview them. They want to help us as much as possible, and trust me, the more people you know, the much better chance you have of getting a job someday. We are all familiar with the saying “it’s not about what you do, it’s about who you know.” This is a very true saying, so go out, shadow others, interview people, build connections, when you do these things you are truly setting yourself apart. 

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2. Illuminate limiting belief systems.
 This one is kind of deep. 

Many of us grow up hearing a lot of limiting belief systems and these belief systems can have a huge impact on our future. That being said, we must identify these limiting belief systems and illuminate them from our life before they ruin our life. 

One limiting belief system I grew up hearing a lot is that right out of college I will probably hate my job, I will be stuck with the crappy job until I work my way up to better jobs. However this is a huge limiting belief system. you don’t have to hate your first. It is possible to actually enjoy your first job out of college, however in order to enjoy your job you have to do something you like, therefore you must be willing to put the work into figuring out your passions while you’re in college. 
This might require you to do extra work on top of your school work, you might have to do a lot of volunteer work, you might have to interview a lot of people, you may even have to do internships, but all of these things will give you clarity on things you actually like. When you take your time to do these things you are putting yourself in a much better position to find a job you’ll actually enjoy right out of college. 

So all that being said, go through some of your belief systems, are these belief systems empowering you? Or are they limiting you? If they are limiting you, how can you illuminate them for your life? 


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3. Invest in yourself 
If you want to figure out what you want to do with your life at a young age, you are going to have to start investing in yourself. 

You can invest in yourself in various ways. 

You can get a life coach, someone who can guide you and help you through this stage of life.  Disclaimer, I am actually a life coach. I have a 6 weeks long program designed to help young adults figure out what to do with their life. 

I promise this is not a plug for you to hire me as your life coach, I just simply want you to be aware of these kinds of resources. They can truly change your life if you decide to invest in them starting now. 

You don’t even have to spend money to invest in yourself. 

You can start reading, listening to podcasts, getting certifications, working hard on your school work, showing up to classes, following actual influential influencers on social media, ect. Doing these things now will set you apart from your peers, and employers are going to be much more willing to hire you right after college 


4. Don’t stress too much 
I know this is much easier said than done, but try not to stress too much. Stressing out will not make this process any easier, so do your best, try to control what you can control, and stop worrying about the things that are out of your control. 


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