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You invest a huge amount of time, energy and money into teaching your kids. Yet no matter how hard they work, they simply can’t fully utilize their potencial unless they know how to work effectively on their own.

End
Moment Decisions
Incomplete Information
Stress
& Worries 
Lack of
Guidance
Ineffective Counseling
& Test
Lack of
Planning
Outdated Information
Parental
& Peer
Pressure
Biased
Decision
Confusion &
Indecision

Difficulties that hinders your progress

  STEP 0  

 Self 

 Analysis :  

 Strengths &   Weakness  

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  STEP 1  

 Career   Catalogue:  

 Likes & Interest   Areas 

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  STEP 2  

 Career 

 Reality:  

 Needs &   Expectations 

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  STEP 3  

 Career 

 Comparisions:  

 Sorting 

 Priorities 

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  STEP 4  

 Career 

 Research:  

 360* Detailed   View 

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  STEP 5  

 Career  

 Experience: 

 Do It 

 Live  

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  STEP 6  

 Career  

 Decision: 

 The Ultimate 

 Goal  

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  STEP X  

 Decision 

 Skills:  

 Life 

 Strategies 

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In Careers, you should not take any chances...

 THIS IS HOW WE HELP YOU AVOID CAREER MISTAKES &    MAKE THE  BEST CAREER DECISIONS  

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