The Seven Questions to Create your Future

How are you feeling about your future? Does it feel overwhelming and uncertain? Do you have any idea where you want to be or what type of person you want to become?

Everyone has these uncertainties, especially during the current state of the world with climate crises, economic difficulty and a war in Europe. Sometimes as teenagers the future is a scary place especially when you have to make decisions at 13/14 and then again at 15/16 for learning subjects even when you have no clue what career path you want to follow. It can feel daunting. It can feel overwhelming. This worry is enlarged when careers guidance at school is next to no help at all.

However, with help of author and social entrepreneur, Trevor Waldock, this new podcast series will provide young people with seven simple questions that will act as a compass, guiding you in the right direction. Giving you tools in order to create a future you can thrive in.

Will these seven questions actually make your future clearer?

Join three other teenagers also answering these questions and following Trevor’s guidance on how to delve deeper into these questions in order to gain the most from them. They are starting the conversations we want to create so that you have access to help and guidance even if it’s not provided by the adults in your life.

What do I love? Where do I want to change the world? What am I actually good at? What do I want to do? Why do I want to do it? What three areas must I focus on? Where am I at right now?

That’s all this series is – answering seven simple questions.

These seven questions could create your future.

These seven questions might challenge you.

These seven questions will empower you to choosing the right path for your future.

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