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Advice Worth Millions!

If you could interview 30 entrepreneurs who all became millionaires before they were 40, and ask them just one question, what would that question be? Of course the question would be (or should be), “How did you do it?”

Well Entrepreneur Magazine published a book (entitled: Young Millionaires) that reveals the secrets of these young entrepreneurial phenomenons. Until you buy the book (which I highly recommend), RealWorld University will just share some of their best advice with you:
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The Decision Road Map

Here’s a sobering thought: Everything you are right now is a result of the decisions you’ve made in the past. And if that is true, that means that everything you will be will consequently be a result of the decisions you make in the future.

Why is that such a sobering thought? Well, think about it. . .what if you could go back in time and “change” some of the decisions that you’ve made about money, friends, school, studying, jobs, majors, or whatever? Would your life be any different today?

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Finding a Job AFTER Graduation

A RealWorld University student writes:

I am a recent college graduate. I have an MBA in MIS & Finance and have been looking for a job for some months now. I have been unable to get any positive responses. Can you give me some advice?
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The 10 Commandments of Communication

The 10 Commandments of Communication
by Dr. John C. Maxwell

Can you hear it? If not, you must be able to see it… There’s an explosion currently taking place in American society, and its effects are all around us. Television. Radio. Books. Telemarketing. Video conferencing. Magazines. Newspapers. Online services. Faxes. Overnight delivery.

For the past 50 years, communication has been growing so explosively that it seems almost impossible to keep up. In fact, Kaiser Aluminum News reports that since 1955, fifty percent of the cost of running the American economy has been related to communication.
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Business Ideas for Students

Ever since I started teaching college six years ago, it’s always been a thrill to give students support and motivation to go out fulfill their dreams of starting their own business. My wife and I were fortunate enough to start our first business at the ripe age of 20 and 22 respectively. We managed and operated a clothing store. That experience had to be one of the most stressful, yet gratifying times in our lives.

On this page, RealWorld University provides you with a list of business opportunities that you can pursue right now as a college student. Hey, you wouldn’t have clicked on this page if you weren’t entrepreneurial-minded.
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