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I know things can seem a bit overwhelming when you’re out of school, there are no more grades, and all of a sudden people are talking about five-year plans when it feels like you don’t know what’s happening in five weeks. But we’ve got you. It's time to set goals for yourself!

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When I was a kid, I wanted to be a spy. The midnight phone calls. The cool gadgets. The cool missions. But I grew up. I changed. And I'm living out those dreams on a slightly different path. Now I'm a full-time digital story-teller, which means late nights wrapping up projects, an expensive video camera, and some non-disclosure agreements. And I got here by setting small goals that were clear, doable and ambitious. I know things can seem a bit overwhelming when you're out of school. There are no more grades and all of a sudden people are talking about five-year plans when it feels like you don't know what's happening in five weeks. But we got you! So today, your mission - should you choose to accept it - is to learn how to set achievable goals. I'm Evelyn from the Internets and this is Crash Course Business: Soft Skills.

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