Tag Archives: student loan

Payments and Illusions

I always make my clients and those I supervise pay up front. I just feel if you’re putting your money on the table, you’re more inclined to do the work. Recently, a student handed me his folded bills and said … Continue reading

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A Good Career Without the Debt

I recently reflected on my post Good Career Without the Debt,  after a client and asked if I thought they had white collar internships. I assured him they did, and I thought back on a the article   Earn and learn: Apprenticeships aren’t … Continue reading

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Productivity

Today is a 9 — Get into your work, and find creative solutions. Rearrange the data and look from a different view. Can you use resources from other people? Connect with like-minded professionals. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the … Continue reading

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Behind bars, college is back in session

I don’t think individuals should get FREE education in prison. Seriously, what the f-k? I had to pay for my degree and, yes, I am still paying off my student loan. So, when I read this headline “Prison Education Smart … Continue reading

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Will Work for…

Graduation season is upon us again. Walking across campus, I see young people with a little extra pep in their step. They are wide eyed and hopeful, ready to have their lives back and to make money. I was lucky … Continue reading

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