Episode 6 : Brandon Ethridge on Defining What You Want
To get what you want, first you have to figure out what that actually is. Dan and UOPX’s Brandon Ethridge talk about questioning, finding and changing your path.
Show Notes :
Brandon believes you can do it. No really, he does. Over his career at UOPX, he’s seen countless people prove that with the right resources and a whole lot of tenacity, they could achieve their goals.
In the sixth and final episode of How Tomorrow Works, Dan and Brandon talk about the shift to online education and how to set you (and your kids) up for success. Brandon gives his tips for discovering what you want to do with your career and how to stay motivated enough to actually do it.
Then we learn a little more about Brandon in our lightning round, How Brandon Works.
If you haven’t already, catch up on the rest of the limited series. And follow @uopx on social for more content like this.
“We hear quite a bit that a student knows that their education is important, but they just don’t know what to do or what route to take. And a lot of times, it’s just exploring what’s important to them. And once you figure that out, it makes it much easier to develop a plan and to see that plan through.”
– Brandon on academic goal setting
Brandon Ethridge has worked at University of Phoenix for almost 12 years, first as an academic advisor and now as a social media community manager. He’s also a Phoenix grad, holding his Master’s in Psychology and a Certificate in Project Management. AND he has a real estate license.
Brandon loves helping others see the success in themselves that he sees in them. He and his family live in Phoenix.
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