Jun 19, 2013
Ken Liguanas graduated with over $30,000 in debt from the University of Buffalo and zero job prospects. So he fled to the Alaskan frontier and worked for two and a half years till he paid it off. Determined not to make the same mistake twice, he entered Duke's grad school and lived out of his van to avoid taking on debt. This became the basis of a book Walden On Wheels: On the Open Road from Debt to Freedom. Sound advice from someone who knows.
Next, we talked about Michael Nanny Bloomberg's sound advice to skip college and become a plumber. Anytime a self-obsessed multi-billionaire gives career advice, you should listen. There's a certain logic to his advice that many should find compelling.
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