Paying for College and Grad School: How to Avoid Spending $100,000 (or more) on a Credential You Don’t Really Need


“You can’t put a price on a good education”… or can you?

If you ask your parents or mentors how to become successful, their answer will most likely include four interrelated invisible scripts:

“Get the best education you can.”

“Colleges provide the best education.”

“The best colleges are expensive.”

“More college is better.”

Like so many of the invisible scripts we grow up with, three of these assumptions aren’t necessarily true.

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