There is no better way to successfully navigate college financially, then using scholarships. In this video, learn how to assess what scholarships can do for you.
- Scholarships are my most favorite thing. … Because why would you not want someone else … to pay for your college? … Now, it's going to take work. … It's going to take effort. … But I'm here to tell you, … there is nothing more worth your time … than getting college scholarships. … Think about it. … A $2,000 scholarship per year … is going to save you $8,000 after four years. … If you get four scholarships like that, … you'll have $32,000 paid for. … And remember, that's the average amount of debt … that students have after college. … So four scholarships and you could be debt free. … That, my friends is an amazing proposition. … So a lot of people look at me and they say, yeah, … but I can't win scholarships. … I don't have straight A's. … I didn't do sports. I wasn't on student council. … Well, I'm here to tell you those are just excuses, okay? … Why? … Because every single year, a hundred million dollars … goes unawarded in scholarships … every year in the United States. … What does that mean? …
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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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