How do you call a 32 years old waitress who decides to work overtime in order to make money for college?
I call her stupid.
Here’s what it’s all about.
The girl in question is my friend Lily. She has no idea what to do in life. At 32 she decides she wants to go to college. Why? Because, as she said “I want to increase my perceived value when I apply for jobs”.
She’s ready to go into debt just so she can get a college degree.
Add four years for her to get it and she’ll be 36.
With zero experience in her field.
Yet the boss will choose her over a guy or gal who is younger and more energetic?
I don’t think so.
So, in Godfather’s style, I told her “I’m gonna make you an offer you can’t refuse.”
I informed her about thefearlessmomma and why I thought it beats her idea of a plan.
She can start immediately her own business.
She doesn’t have to work overtime – she can work on the business at her spare time.
Most importantly, she can be her own boss from day one and not have to interview for jobs when she’s 36.
And guess what?
She said yet.
And she’s loving every minute of it.
So what about you?
Have you ever felt at loss with what you’ll do in the future?
So lost that even going into debt for a college degree seemed like a decent idea?
If yes, be careful.
Don’t make a choice that you’ll regret for the rest of your life.
Instead, make a smart choice like Lily did.
P.S. Here’s a statistic for you from DailyCaller.com
In 2015, just 14% of this year’s college graduates have real jobs waiting.
The rest of them?
They will probably wait tables like Lily, and it’s better than nothing.
Still, is that what you want from life?
A “better than nothing” future?
How about a stress-free life?
Without feeling your financial stability shaking every passing day.
That’s a way better alternative.
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