My 1st Quarter: Christian Barreto
I would tell my younger self to find a way to divide his time into things that make him feel valuable.
My 1st Quarter: Mikey Provost
I would tell my younger self to figure out how you study best. We are all very different learners.
My 1st Quarter: Kimberly Smith-Howard
I guess that’s what I would want to tell my other self, my former self is, “You’re enough. You are good enough. You can do this and the sky is the limit.”
My 1st Quarter: Nick Shelby
I would tell my younger self that it’s okay with the idea that you’re going to come out of school with some debt, and that the purpose of school is not to graduate with as little debt as possible but to be as valuable and as capable a chiropractor as you possibly can, so that you can pay back those loans quickly.
My 1st Quarter: Victoria Petruzzella
I would tell my younger self that it’s okay to fail. That’s something that I had to learn the hard way. But it’s okay to fail.
My 1st Quarter: Jesslian Rosa Rosado
The advice I would give to my younger self is that it’s okay not to have everything figured out at first because putting a lot of pressure on yourself is going to make you want to drop or lose your goals, or try to fulfill other people’s goals.
My 1st Quarter: Kallie Corbin
I would tell my younger self to be open-minded and to not just the box that you’re comfortable with.
My 1st Quarter: Kjell Paris
Advice I would give to my younger self includes being open minded and as outgoing as possible. At that point, the universe is going to take care of you because whatever you put out there is what will come back to you. Try to say “Yes” to as many things as possible.
My 1st Quarter: Cheyanne Nance-Butler
If I had to give myself advice as a high school student, I would say just keep doing what you’re doing. In high school I was very determined; I had a game plan in mind, and I knew exactly what I wanted to do. So, stay the course, but be open to different career paths.