Do you intend to graduate debt free? Can you see the end now? Are you ready to get an eduaction and pay for it as you go? If your answers to these questions, this book is for you. Tafadzwa put up a comprehensive package which you will more than likely find etremely helpful and attractive. He wrote from a personal experience. The book is full of practical insights which have been long forgotten. The author politely reminds you were born a winner and you can do it. He implores everybody going to college to understand that scool loans are not part of the equation. He describes with much ease and in a humorous way how you can throw your cap in the air and sheer pure joy enveloping you knowing there is no mountain of debt to be paid.
The central focus is to see the end now. It calls for charting a strategic plan of an academic career where you will do exceptional well. When the tide is rough, the waves become severe and burdensome, he shows you how you muster the capricious weather. It is done in an easy going manner but equaly powerful. After reading this book, you will reconsider the idea of taking loans. In fact you will be persuaded to discard the whole idea because Tafadzwa, as he writes, asks some very clear questions. You are more than likely to say there is no reason why you should take school loans. Not only that, once you understand the importance of doing so, you are more than likely to encourage your friends and realtives to do the same.
This book is higly encouraged to millions of students in college right now, those who intend to do so. it recommeded to be in libraries, colleges, universities. it can easily be taught as a success course. Why? In it the author describes how to avoid dropping out of school because of challenges. He describes what a learning process is all about. It is very rare to see educational books desribing how you handle failing of tests, class assignment and the sheer challenges of college. Yet this author explores that possible scenario and how he handled. He writes, "there is nothing special about me". Of course he graduated no school loans.
Tafadzwa maintains he was humbled in college by so many variables. He recalls so many good things. He recalls so many tribulations, trials and challenges. But, because of seeing the end then, he attained the goal set before him.
How to graduate debt free can easily be one of a must read book. this sentiment is echoed by a lot of the author's customers who have read or heard about it. They can hardly wait since tasting some of the nuggets in this discussion. The aouthor wants to know how how you are doing.
He wishes you success and a debt free gradaution day.
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Published April 10, 2012
Business & Economics, Education & Reference.