Hi i al interested in three domains psychology (+++++) nutrition (+++) and management (++++)
#clinical-psychology i was thinking about majoring in management and minor in psy or nutrition or majoring in nutrition and minoring in psy And i was thinking if you could pleuhelp me decide which on is more “doable” in terms of time..... money...... concentration.... #management #psychology #college-major #management #nutrition
It sounds like you have some options you are pretty passionate about! I think before you make any decisions you should really think about what you want your career to be. What do you think you’re going to wake up and enjoy doing almost every single day (everyone is bound to have a bad day here and there). For example, if you want to be a personal trainer then it would be a great idea to major in nutrition and management because you’ll essentially be in charge of running your own business. If you want to maybe be a clinical counselor or something like that it would better suit you to build a foundation by majoring in psychology. I know it’s a lot to wrap your head around, but that is some pre-work I would suggest to better serve yourself. I started college thinking I wanted to be a pharmacist, but I hated chemistry and changed my major as soon as I found my passion for leading others and built a career in retail management. I hope this helps or at least helps you step in the right direction.
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I have an MA in psychology, and I work in a software company (and have for most of my career). I also am a small business owner and own a yoga studio. There isn't a right answer for your original question as any major would work. How are you going to piece things together? My psychology background has helped me achieve in my career; I've received promotions over people with MBAs, because I get along with people. For learning the tools of management, I've taken other classes, like Project Management training. Nutrition, brain research, etc. is awesome! I love it also! Check out Bastyr University for integrated nutritional approaches. It helps to volunteer, do a job you're interested in, or visit where people work with jobs similar to the ones you're interested in doing. What do you like about helping people? What do you like about how the brain works? What do you like about nutrition? What do you dislike about those areas? It's a process to learn about the fields and your own interests and focus.