Student debt forgiveness is not a solution.
The quality of the trade or college degree is the product. Whether the product is paid for by borrowing money or if it is paid for otherwise doesn’t matter.
All that should matter is that the product was worth the price or the cost in the first place.
The very worse condition to be in is having a trade or college degree that is not in demand – and – student debt on top of a degree that employers are not looking for, or from institutions that are not competitive.
The solution is the quality of the trade and college degree. Otherwise it doesn’t matter if it is free or if it is expensive.
“This poem is beyond all relationships…….*
_When I’m dead…..,_
_Your tears will flow,.._
_But I won’t know…_
*Cry with me now instead!*
_You will send flowers,.._
_But I won’t see…_
*Send them now instead!*
_You’ll say words of praise,.._
_But I won’t hear.._
*Praise me now instead!*
_You’ll forget my faults,…._
_But I won’t know….._
*Forget them now, instead!*
_You’ll miss me then,…_
_But I won’t feel…_
*Miss me now, instead*
_You could have spent more time with me,…_
*Spend it now instead!*
_You could have spent all your money on me…_
*Spend now instead!!*
_When you hear I’m gone, you’ll find your way to my house to pay condolence but we haven’t even spoken in years…._
*Pls look for me now!!*
*”Spend time with every person around you, and help them with whatever you have to make them happy!! your families, friends, acquaintance…..*
*Make them feel Special. Because you never know when time will take them away from you forever”..*
*Love all and Forgive all.*
*No matter how many times the teeth bite the tongue, they still stay together in one mouth. That’s the spirit of*
*Even though the eyes don’t see each other, they see things together, blink simultaneously and cry together.*
*May we practise the spirit of forgiveness and togetherness.*
1. Alone I can ‘Say’ but together we can ‘Talk’. 🗣
2. *Alone I can ‘Enjoy’ but together we can ‘Celebrate’ 👯*
3. *Alone I can ‘Smile’ but together we can ‘Laugh’_👨❤👨*
*That’s the BEAUTY of Human Relations. We are nothing without each other*
👍🏻👍🏻 *DestinyAheadCare* 👍🏻👍🏻
🍀🍀 *QUOTE OF THE MONTH*🍀🍀
*The razor blade is sharp but can’t cut a tree; the axe is strong but can’t cut the hair.*
*Everyone is important according to his/her unique purpose. Never look down on others unless you are admiring their shoes*
🙏🙏 *Share it with your friends and family including me* 🙏🙏
7 Success Lessons From Colonel Sanders (Founder of KFC🍗🍖🍟)
Want to hear some of Colonel Sanders’ success lessons?
Colonel Sanders was rejected 1009 times before successfully selling his Kentucky Fried Chicken recipe. He had failed at every job he’d tried earlier on in his life, lawyer, salesman, you name it.
The Colonel was already married at the young age of 19 to his wife Josephine, had 3 children, then had frequent affairs and the marriage ended in divorce.
It’s safe to say that he didn’t have the best of lives growing up. In fact, he didn’t even successfully sell his company until he was 75 years old!
Colonel Sanders’ Success Lessons
There’s no doubt that the odds were stacked against the KFC king. The Colonel’s story is so inspiring, and filled with hope for others who think it’s too late. Check out the 7 most powerful success lessons we can all learn from Colonel Sanders.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re 20 years old or 70. This article has some powerful points to bring to the table.
1. You Have to Go Through Failure to Get to Success
In the intro above, I mentioned that Colonel Sanders was rejected more than 1000 times before successfully selling his KFC recipe.
Not only that, but I also mentioned that he’d failed at every other career he’d tried to get into. Sanders tried and failed miserably at all the below careers between the ages of 10 and 40:
Just goes to show that no matter how much failure you experience in life, there’s always still time to be successful. For anyone reading this who thinks it’s too late to make something of your life, start re-thinking!
2. You’re Never too old to Succeed
Colonel Sanders was 75 years old before he finally sold Kentucky Fried Chicken for a cool $2 million. Which would be around about $15 million in the world of today. He remained as the spokesmen for the company after the sale
But 75 years old… the majority of people, at least 95% give up way earlier in life. People stop thinking they can be successful even in their 30’s! And yet, the Colonel didn’t think this way, and ended up being the founder and face of a billion dollar brand.
So before you start to think that you can’t achieve your dreams, because you’re 30, 40, 50 years old… stop. You’re never to old to achieve success in life.
3. The Past Doesn’t Define Your Success
An awesome success lesson that many people need to hear, is the lesson that your past doesn’t define your future success. It doesn’t matter how many times you’ve failed. It doesn’t matter where you were brought up, or what happened to you earlier on in life.
Your past, does not determine how successful you can become in the future.
Again, look at Sanders. He’d failed at every other career he’d tried… a whole bunch of them! He was in an unhappy marriage and had 3 children at a very young age. For most people that’s when they start to quit on life, and can’t see a way out.
4. Giving up is the Only Sure Way to Fail
You can fail at a lot of things in life, but the KFC story proves that giving up is the only sure way to fail. If you’re some like the Colonel, no matter how many times you fail, the possibility of success is still always on the table.
You’re not a failure until you finally stop trying.
So don’t give up. Even if time is passing, you’re slowly getting older and you still can’t quite see the end of the tunnel. It’s never impossible to achieve success.
“Hard work beats all the tonics and vitamins in the world.” – Colonel Sanders
5. It’s Never too Late to Start Over
It was clear that cooking was the Colonel’s passion, but it wasn’t discovered by himself until later on in his life. He went through a complete range of careers, having to start over from scratch, again, and again.
When you try to succeed at so many different things, it can become exhausting. The start is always the hardest part, and for most people starting all over again at the age of 50, or 60 would be unthinkable.
Yet, it’s never too late, and Colonel Sanders showed this by finally being successful at doing what he loved… in his 70’s!
6. Take a Risk on Doing What You Love
It’s no secret that following your passion is the key to happiness and success. You know it, I know it, we’ve heard all the stories before.
And yet, the majority of us still don’t go after what we want in life, before age even comes into play. People in their 20’s don’t even pursue their passions a lot of the time.
Maybe it takes a while for most to realize just how important passion is; but the hope is that we help as many as possible to pursue what they want early on.
After all is said and done, a pursued passion will make anyone a successful individual.
7. Don’t be Afraid to Start Small
Sanders started selling Kentucky Fried Chicken by the side of the road, on a small scale. After selling the recipe, it vastly grew, and franchises were being opened all over the world.
The lesson here is not to be afraid to start small. As long as you get started, and work hard, progression will come.
People often put off starting their own business, website, and such, simply because they don’t think it’s at a big enough scale to launch.
Just start! Seriously!
People love progression, and once you start you’ll be able to do so. Putting things off because of perfection is not going to get you anywhere.
Here’s a quick recap of Colonel Sander’s success lessons:
You have to go through failure to get to success
You’re never too old to succeed
The past doesn’t define your success
Giving up is the only sure way to fail
It’s never too late to start over
Take a risk on doing what you love
Don’t be afraid to start small
If there’s any one point you could take away from this article; for me it would be the fact that it’s never too late, and you’re never too old, to go after your dreams.
How many of Colonel Sanders’ success lessons do you agree with? Leave a comment below.
ADVICE NEEDED PLEASE!
Hello! Doctor Solomon ” I started dating this cool guy December last year. He’s nice and all. But my issue is this. He cries after sex. Immediately he released sperm like this, he will start crying.
Not weeping but tears will drop. At first I used to think it was cute, but later it got annoying. I asked him that did he use to cry with his ex’s too? He said only one. That immediately he cums he feels emotional.
I spend through out last night on google, checking this and found that he has an emotionally psychologically problem. It is annoying to me.I don’t know how to Handle this ? My sister said my p***y game is strong that’s why. But seriously can anyone relate? How can he stop? Should I be happy? ”
I AM BEING ROBBED!
I have been with my husband for 15 years now and we have invested in over 10 plots of land and buildings, with me contributing the most, about 70% of the input. I took on his first name after our wedding so the properties are in our names; my first name, his first name and his surname e.g John and Crystal Kimuli (NOT REAL NAMES).
Lately, he has been saying that the property documents are not safe in the house, and he asked to take them and keep them in the bank. I first refused but he insisted, got angry, stopped talking to me for days. I wanted peace restored in the house, so I gave in.
Just recently I discovered he has a side chic, with whom we share a first name. She is also called CRYSTAL (NOT REAL NAME). I also discovered that it’s at this chic’s house where he took all the property documents. When I raised the issue with him, he claimed that the properties belong to him and the side chic, and that they are in their names; John and Crystal Kimuli (NOT REAL NAMES).
I don’t know what to do… I feel like am losing my mind… I am losing all my efforts and sweat that I have worked hard for, over the years…
What can I do? Please help me.
I am 25years old. I have been married for 4 months now but I have really regretted and I need your help. Before I married my husband, he used to bring all sought of cars to visit me in my house and when I asked the job he does, he told me that he is a car dealer. Just 3 months after our marriage, I got to know that he works at a car washing bay. So the cars he brought to show to me were cars that were left for them to wash at the washing bay. How could he lie to me like that? How can I trust him in this marriage? The most painful part is that I am a graduate and I just got to know that he is not a graduate. Please help me because I am very confused.”