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What I Wish I Knew My Freshman Year Of College

The Niche Movement founder Kevin O’Connell was interviewed by a George Washington University first year student in March of 2017. In this interview podcast, Kevin offers advice to college students about choosing careers and how your involvement on campus may align more to your career choice than your major. They also discuss how Kevin started working for himself, and how he found his passion.

Kevin talks about how it is okay to be multi-passionate and involved in many different projects like he is, such as The Niche Movement and FYN Creative. However, you must find balance in your work and life priorities. Overall, this is a very candid 30-minute interview to aid college students and young professionals in succeeding in finding their niche.

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This post is written by The Niche Movement founder Kevin O'Connell and cross-posted from The Niche Movement, a community of young professionals helping you find the work you love. The Niche Movement is a collaborating partner with Punch-In.

 

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Comment by Katie Burger on August 10, 2018 at 9:09am

Thanks for posting this! It was such an enjoyable listen... and brought me back to reflect on my journey as well as where my journey has yet to go! Nice to know we're all in this together :)

Comment by Adrienne Kleinman on August 8, 2018 at 5:54am

Thank you for posting this, Tracy! I always enjoy hearing Kevin speak about where he came from, and all the lessons he's learned along the way. He has such a comforting realness to him that makes the search for your career less daunting.  

Comment by Sammy Abeje on August 6, 2018 at 2:46pm

What a helpful post! This is very important to me as I will be in my freshman year of college in just a few weeks. This should add a lot more clarity as I start my next educational journey.

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