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      07-26-2011, 04:45 PM   #25
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Originally Posted by oneintheory View Post
missed this somehow. i definitely don't think that a degree automatically equates to success at ALL. i just mean that in order to be able to be a part of the family business, i have to have one. and there's really not much i can learn that's gonna help me out besides going to law school, which would be overkill, given that i don't need it. the problem is that i'm now 21 and have been in school for 3 years, and i only have 42 usable credits. it's too late for me to double major practically...i've just gotta get it done. ...
At 21 it's not too late for anything. The key is to have a real plan and stick to it. So what if you're 23 when you graduate, so long as it's something useful and additive to your future.

Good luck.

Dave
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