College is not a bad idea. At least, not for everybody. And it’s not a good idea for everybody either. I went to college and got a degree. So, it would be a little disingenuous for me to diss it completely. But I DO believe there are plenty of good reasons to examine it more closely to see if college is right for you. Or your kids. And the cost (aka money in motion) is certainly one of those reasons. Because, as you might know, “higher learning” means higher and higher tuition these days.
That’s money in motion. But what kind of motion.
I read about a couple who spent (and borrowed) about $150k to get their daughter a degree. And the daughter did great work, graduated with a 3.25 grade average, and couldn’t find a job that paid enough to pay off the debt. So, the parents had to continue to help her with the financial burdens.
And, unfortunately, that story can be repeated hundreds of thousands of times over. Because colleges and universities advertise how they provide theory and information in their business degree programs. And they say they prepare students academically and practically to succeed professionally. And they probably do.
But what basically none of them do (if any do, I don’t know where they are) is teach students how to RUN a business. And that’s crucial. Because even if you’re a brilliant, creative, and mesmerizing personality, it doesn’t mean your brilliant, creative, and mesmerizing ideas will make it past the storyboards.
You still need a system to help you track, organize, and measure your efforts and results. And no amount of “elite accreditation” helps you do that.
Sure, a university might boast about how their “business graduates go on to achieve highly successful, rewarding careers in a fiercely competitive global marketplace.” And they might brag about how “On average, more than 94 percent of our graduates secure professional employment shortly after graduating.”
But that’s still spending a lot of time and money to get a job.
And if you’re someone with an entrepreneur’s heart, or someone who’d prefer to own a business than just get a job, that’s not the best use of your time and money.
And that’s why I’m launching RondaReady UNversity. It’s a great way to focus your time and money on what you truly wanna do. Build and grow a business that you can work ON. Not forever IN. Because I teach you how to manage your time (schedule control), organize, and build up your customer or client base.
The first RondaReady UNversity session is coming up in just about 9 days. And you don’t wanna miss this first session. Because it’s focused on schedule control. (aka time management)
But the deadline to enroll in my monthly RondaReady UNversity…and be in time for the first one in February…is January 31st. After that, you’ll be too late for February’s session. You could still enroll, but you’d have to wait for the next class in March.
For hands-on how-to coaching on how to build your business better and faster with a proven system, monthly tuition is only $15. Remember, tardiness won’t be tolerated. You can cancel anytime. But dropouts will drop out forever.
So, get your money in motion in a more focused direction.
Join today, and Get Ready to Be Ready and be the highly organized CEO of your own business, and…