Laura Amodeo | Student Success Series

Laura Amodeo, Concordia Psychology student

Success isn’t a straight line, sometimes you will fail and make mistakes. The important thing is that you believe in yourself and you don’t give up.

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Failure is inevitable and helps us grow.

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