4 ways to save time and money on your bachelor degree (PART 2-Prior Learning Assessment)

Hi Friends,

I hope that you are enjoying this series. Today I am going to share with you another way to earn college credit by putting “what you already know” to use.

Many universities provide students with the opportunity to compile a portfolio that demonstrates a learning experience in a particular subject area. Students are then allowed to present the portfolio as a means to earn credit.

I hope you find this information in this video to be useful. For additional information feel free to view the American Council on Education website.

Join me tomorrow as I talk about employment tuition benefits.

Godspeed,

John Garay

It is my desire to partner with you on your journey
I am available to coach you as you set goals and create a path to reach them
Click here to book a coaching session or to purchase an additional premier services

 

 


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4 ways to save time and money on your bachelor degree (INTRO)

Hi Friends,

As a personal development coach, one of my favorite things to do is to help my clients reach their education and career goals. One of the ways that I help my clients is to inform them of ways that they can save time and money on earning their degree.

Tomorrow I am starting a 4 day video series to share some of the tips that I share with my clients. You won’t want to miss this if you are currently exploring the possibility of returning to school.

I look forward to having you join me these next four days.

Godspeed,

John Garay

It is my desire to partner with you on your journey
I am available to coach you as you set goals and create a path to reach them
Click here to book a coaching session or to purchase an additional premier services

 


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The Background Singer

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This morning, as I listened to one of my favorite songs being played on the radio, I found myself captivated by the harmonies being sung by the background singer. I listened intently as, note by note, the background singer majestically boosted the lead singer’s performance. Although it was the lead singer who shined through, the background singer remained behind the scene as a constant presence and navigated the melody seamlessly.

Throughout my life, I’ve been quite intuitive and discerning. Today, as I listened to the radio, my intuition was on overdrive. Listening to the beauty of the song and lyrics brought me to the realization that, in life, I am quite like a background singer.

Now, before you become entranced with the temptation to recruit my singing services, I must give a disclaimer. By no means am I professional vocalist. However, I have found that I am most satisfied in life when I am helping others succeed. In fact, I feel that I am most in my element when I am present with others as they face life’s challenges, navigate through options, and brainstorm for greatness. I enjoy being a catalyst that motivates others to thrive.

Knowing this, I have dreamed of an opportunity to build a platform that enables me to harmonize with people who are looking to launch their lives to a higher level of performance. I have spent the greater part of this year equipping myself with tools necessary to turn this dream into a reality. In a few weeks I will be completing a Certificate of Excellence in Life Coaching. This is one of the last pieces remaining for me to launch a life, career, and business coaching practice. 2016 will be the year that gives birth to “A Thriving Mindset”. Meanwhile, I ask you to consider joining me in my endeavor to make our current realities a better place.

I look forward to what the future holds for us.

 

Godspeed,

 

John E. Garay