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June 07, 2007

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Brett Dix

Very stirring post Mr. Rosengren. Speaking of recent grads, the story about an 89 [I think?] year old graduate fromk WSU - Tacoma has been in the news over the last few days. The man received his business degree. WOW, how inspiring! The advise I have for new graduates falls in line with your passion catalyst services. While many think forward while studying in college; vision can change before graduation. It is so important to follow you're passion so that you never work a day in you're life. Am I right? Yep, I sure am. One's passion should energize and motivate, not steer and box you into a career that you merely tolerate.

Working Girl

Where to begin?

If I could give only one piece of advice to new college grads, it would be to put aside some money every day. Every single day. Even if it's only five bucks.

Not only will this little amount grow faster than you think, the very fact that it exists will keep you grounded, make you braver, give you flexibility, and turn you into an independent happy adult faster than you can say compound interest!

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