Crushing it in College: Your 7-Step Guide to an Awesome Adventure by Alicia Moore
Do you want to know the secrets to crush it in college? Then keep reading!
You’ve been accepted to college and can’t wait to take control of your own life — such an exciting time! But even as the excitement builds, you start to have doubts. You think:
·Do I have what it takes?
·Will I fit in?
·What if I flame out?
Don’t worry! You’ve got this! You can transform your future and make the most of your college adventure.
Follow Alicia J. Moore’s 7 extremely practical steps, and you will create a college journey that is fun, engaging and rewarding.
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With degrees and certificates from Stanford University, UCLA School of Law, and the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley and VCU, respectively, Alicia continues to crush it in college. Alicia is the CEO of Strategic Impact Solutions. She serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the innovative Bay Area Resource Area for Teachers (RAFT), an educational nonprofit that supports teachers and promotes STEM and kinesthetic learning. As a senior executive in start-up companies through $1B+public companies, Alicia built, bought, integrated and ran legal, HR, corporate business development, and administration departments. She is well known for helping individuals, teams, groups, companies, and Boards of Directors create and successfully achieve strategic, tactical and developmental goals. Alicia is passionate about the value of life-long education as a foundation to create transformative growth. Her series of workshops and online courses support her mission to spread the joy of learning to everyone, regardless of age and background. She has spoken as a keynote and on panels at several events, and provides consulting services by engagement. When she isn’t working with people on their growth goals, you can find Alicia hanging out with her family and friends, traveling the world, attending sporting events, and–you guessed it—learning new things.