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What Should I Major In?

Wyatt DaltonJun 1st, 2019

If you’re stressing about choosing a major, you’re not alone.

Choosing a major is something nearly half of all college students struggle with, often changing majors at least once throughout their college careers. What’s worse: of the students who finally make a decision on their major, 1 in 3 reports that they chose the wrong one. They aren’t satisfied with their major after they graduate and would change it if they could.

Why spend tens of thousands of dollars and four or more years of dedication on a degree you don’t actually want?

Lucky for you, choosing the right major is exactly what this free ebook can help you with.

While I can’t guarantee reading this book will magically make your decision easy, you’ll at least be able to make it with confidence, knowing that you’ve made a strong, future-oriented decision that will be an asset, not an expensive regret.

Here’s how we’re going to do this. In order to make the best decision possible, you’ll need to figure out what you want from life after college then work backward by asking some important questions: 

  • What lifestyle do you want? 

  • What career path do you find interesting and meaningful? 

  • What tools, knowledge, or experience do you need to support your life after graduation? 

  • How can you use your college experience to prepare for this future as well as you possibly can? 

Each question you answer about your future reveals another piece of the puzzle—from the type of degree you need to the particular classes you should take to the type of college that would be the best fit for you. Answer enough questions, and you won’t need to stress about your choice. Your perfect major will reveal itself. 

And don’t worry if all of this is a little overwhelming. I’ll walk you through every step. 

Ready to get started? Get the ebook for free by clicking here!

Wyatt Dalton

Wyatt is an Accelerated Pathways graduate and a driven entrepreneur. He’s passionate about building businesses and gets annoyed when someone says the only way to be successful is to get a “real” job. When not working on a new business idea or general self-development, Wyatt spends his time pursuing the life moments that make him feel alive.