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- Okay, so let's get to some action steps. … Figure out first, how much of your career will pay you. … Calculate if you need student loans, … and then figure out your monthly payment, … using the student debt calculator. … And finally, just look at those numbers. … Do they make sense? … If they don't, it's time to determine … your next steps. … Should you do community college first? … Should you get more scholarships? … Really take control of your future by understanding … what it takes to get a good return … on your college investment, … and then execute. … Get it done. … This will literally change the trajectory of your life. … Look, if there's anything you've realized in this program, … it's that it's going to take work and effort … to make this thing successful. … But when you do, it will be completely transformational. … Every step in this program is going to totally transform you … as a person. … It's going to make you miles ahead of the people next to you. … And I can't even tell you how far ahead you're going to be, …
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1. The Perfect Career for You
2. Interviewing Experts
3. Utilizing Scholarships
4. Becoming a Student Investor
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