It's very rare for a teenager to have their whole life figured out before they enter college. It's why, when high school seniors apply to colleges, the most common major is "undeclared".
However, knowing what you want to do and finding that burning passion of yours can end up helping you, as you have one less thing to worry about in college, and you have the ability to shape your college years around that passion that you have.
We asked serial entrepreneur Steven J. Frisch to teach teens about how they can find their passion, and we were blown away with the depth of what he said. His unique take on the aspects kept making us reflect and think upon what we had just heard.
Mr. Frisch has quite a bit of experience when it comes to passion- he turned his passion for solving problems into several companies that sold for an aggregate of over 675 million.
Taking this course will help you understand how best to position your life in order to follow that burning passion that's inside you.
We can't wait to hear how it's helped you!
Steve is a prolific serial entrepreneur who has co-founded and served as CEO of six companies and a board member of twelve companies, leading to acquisitions totaling nearly three-quarters of a billion dollars by companies including Sony, E*Trade, Charles Schwab, Block Trading and Sungard. Steve currently mentors and instructs at Founder Institute and is an Executive-in-Residence at Plug And Play Tech Center.