Turns out my college major has nothing to do with the real world – law school/business school/graduate school

17 nothing its right“All you’ll have to do to have a stable job is go to Law School.”

“The path to the top is an MBA.”

“Well if you want to do well, you’re going to have to go to graduate school.”


I’m not one to knock school. I actually love learning new things. I love academia (when done right). I think there’s a ton of value to investing in your education…however I don’t think it’s always the “path to easy street” it’s sold to be.


Now you’re a part of the well-educated elite. So why aren’t you raking in the cash? Why are you still scraping for part time gigs, begging for contract work and feeling even further way from stability than you did before you went to school (and in to debt)? Maybe you’re doing exactly what you set out to do before school but you still feel like it’s missing something.


All is not lost…in fact all is perfect. We’re going to take the amazing skills, in-depth knowledge and intense commitment to succeed and put them to work for you (even if you don’t plan on pursuing your career in your schooling). You’ve got all the tools, just not the instruction manual. We’ll write that together (because everyone’s is different) and we’ll get you where you want to be.


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