The Day After Graduation: What Your Parents and Teachers Did Not Teach You in School
This book is designed for the student as an introduction to the new world they now face. The chapters will guide you in the how to's of living a successful life. Learn how to apply for a job, how to sell a product, how to be financially independent, how to become more self-confident, how to stay out of debt, and how to invest and save money and other how to's needed to create"The Good Life".We are all given X minutes of life. No one knows what his or her X is. Some have very few. How we use these precious moments, which turn into hours, days, months and years, is somewhat up to each person. But why do some have to wait for years to learn what they could have learned, while still young, to go out into the real world with more business savvy?The answer is quite simple-you will find it in this book.
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