/ November 20th, 2015 / 0 Comment

This is one of our favorite theories. It tells us that in order for any of us to find a good job, we first need to have articulated interests. And to have interests, we need great learning experiences.

Great learning experiences are the kind that boost your confidence and competence. In the absence of experience, we often use faulty thinking and foreclose on options too soon. In other words, we needlessly narrow our viewfinder or end up pursuing options that we’re not really jazzed about.That’s not great for follow-through and overcoming the barriers that might stand in our way.

Typically, disability services have worked in the opposite order. They’ve asked individuals to name what they want to do without first creating a wide experiential base from which to choose. Kudoz provides this experiential base.

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