Because I’m a 21-year-old who is gaining real-world experience, I’m going to write about what I know; and that is how to succeed in college and set myself up for amazing after graduation opportunities.
I believe that college students have the most realistic potential to design what they want their life to look like, and then take actions to create that life. The first logical step in this process for me was getting a killer GPA and seeing what becomes of it. I didn’t know exactly what I wanted to spend my life doing, but I did know that I needed to work hard to get top grades, so that when I figured it out, I would be prepared.
During college, I studied both the class material and my own performance with different strategies. After years of personal reflection, I now have a wide variety of methods that work and do not work when striving for a 4.0 GPA. But I didn’t want to stop there.
I decided that if I can help other students, then I will. That’s why I want to share my experiences. And I believe there is a lot more to succeeding in college than a high GPA.
My vision and primary goal is to empower college students, so that when they’re seniors their hard work pays off into multiple job offers or grad school acceptances. A strong starting point can make a crucial difference in building a rewarding career that includes: challenging work, financial freedom, and happiness.
As for the long-term future of my blog (past focusing on college), I plan on featuring other topics of success. I have some ideas, but it wouldn’t be any fun if I threw all my cards on the table at the start.
I want to finish by saying that I will work as hard as I can for you, and I look forward to seeing you on the website and responding to your comments and emails.
Update: My First $10k Income Month