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EVERYONE HAS A STORY ABOUT HOW THEY GOT TO WHERE THEY ARE. WHAT'S YOURS?

The following few questions ask about the work you do, how you got to where you are now, and the lessons you’ve learned along the way. Your responses will create a profile that job-seekers can learn from as they begin planning the future.

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Which of the following is most central to your work?

Select one option below that best describes the nature of your work.

You have selected . This is what we call your Foundation.

Venn diagram of your interests and foundation

Thousands of people looking for the right career share your same Interests and Foundation, and will benefit from the story you’re about to tell.

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YOUR WORKLIFE

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Your Education

YOUR ROUTE

Some roads are straight, while others are curvy and meandering. Which best describes the road you took to get here?

YOUR MILESTONES

Reflecting back, what were some defining moments that led to where you are today?

List the defining moments that got you where you are today. See examples

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If you let it, society will try to tell you who to be and what to do with your life. At Roadtrip Nation, we call that the Noise.

Take a break from writing and watch some conversations we've had about the Noise.

What negative noise or discouragement did you hear in your life?

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    Who said this?
“You should stay home and help the family business”-My Family
“That's a hobby, that's not a job.”- My Parents
“I'm not smart enough to do that.”- Myself
“You're not smart enough to be a doctor.”- Anonymous
“You'll never make it as an artist.”- My Friends
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We all relate to people who have faced similar challenges.

Help someone who is struggling with a hardship you faced by sharing your own obstacles.

Check all that apply:

Describe your difficulties and how you overcame them.

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