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The Odyssey of Self-Discovery

  • Class: Guidance 47
  • Educator: Chris Rosado
  • Home Base: Gateway College and Career Academy

My Roadmap

I mashed up my Interests to direct me down my own road. Take the Roadmap quiz for yourself!

FOUNDATION

Being Physically Acive

My Roadmap
INTEREST

Environment & Nature

INTEREST

Law

FOUNDATION

Being Creative

INTEREST

Film

My Roadmap
INTEREST

Music

My Manifesto

My Manifesto

Throughout this experience, I have looked forward, backward, and every direction in-between, and discovered a lot about myself thru my time at Roadtrip Nation. I have learned so much about who I am as a person, and what I see in my future. I have learned vital focus skills, and how too formulate my own ideals, and block out the noise. I learned how to be self serving in a healthy way, and that is the most valuable part.

Leader Interview

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Bud Tedesco

Assistant Professor of Telecommunications at Riverside City College.

Film, Edit and Distribute Video or other visual media.

What type of route did this leader take?

  • It was straightforward

    "It was straightforward."

  • It was windy

    "It took a while to figure out."

  • It was circuitous

    "I tried everything."

Leader's Work Life

Bud Spends his time Teaching and helping students edit and conceptualize film, tv and video projects.

Leader's Noise

As a young man, Bud was told their was a lot he couldn't do. For example, his studio would tell him constantly that their were no places for a free thinker like him. He would "Absolutely" fail.

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Advice from my Leader

"Always keep your feet where they are. Always stay motivated and always keep your chin up. If someone tells you you cannot do something, that most certainly means that you can. Do not let their doubt stop your own passion."

My Cold-Calls

My Cold-Calls

treat everyone you meet and talk to with respect. It is important to recall and keep yourself calm.

Before and After

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Before my leader interview i thought that success is a straight and narrow path with no margin for error, but now i realize that it is often filled with defining failures.