How to Build Wealth with Knowledge:
from Middle School to College
Learn to Profit from what you didn’t know!
Never before has such concise and compelling educational information been condensed into such an easy to carry, easy to read paperback. A must have for any parent, child, or individual with the aspirations of climbing the ladder of higher learning on into the ranks of a superior income bracket.
It hits the bull’s eye in detailing instrumental insight into the biggest problem facing a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd Generation accountant, doctor, lawyer, entrepreneur, or other professional with disproportionate means; ‘how does one get the money to pay for college’.
And who would have thought it so easy to obtain funding for one’s personal growth and development? A true stimulus for any recessive economy, the content of these pages openly reveals the wealth of knowledge that restricts the have-nots from having. Enchanting: if not liberating.
Holding your hand walking you through it, the reader is not left to go at it alone. You the reader, aspiring student, and soon to be professional are coaxed by Nakita Bowman a recent Mechanical Engineer graduate. An accomplished young woman in her own right, Ms. Bowman’s résumé speaks volumes for itself as it is included within the context of these pages as a template for you to begin your resume.
Bridging the gap of disparity; she an employee of such staple companies as Lockheed Martin and Raytheon, proved wise beyond her years by employing the penmanship of Enoch, one of the most prolific writers of this millennium. Ingenious: to say the least. A championing aficionado of education, he brings true life experiences in his success as a publisher of the art.
On these pages the playing field has been leveled. Read and learn how to profit from error. Ponder and contemplate where you would be if only you knew what you did not know.
Included below is some samples from the book. First is the table of contents.You can use this as a gauge to see what is in each chapter. This is in no way a comprehensive list! More details can be provided upon request! Last is the introduction to the book, followed by an actual chapter from the book.
Table of Contents
Introduction- How to use this book
Decide early what you want to do in life
Pick classes and find programs to excel your career
Having “minority” status is a GOLD MINE
Tests needed to get into college
Information about the FAFSA application
What you need to know to apply to college
Details the different types of funding
Apply for grants and scholarships
Stay out of debt by rejecting unneeded credit/loans
Understand how credit and FICO scores operate
Learn how to study
How to build an impressive resume
Differences between high school and college life
Grades are based on both results and relationships
Difference in high school teachers and college professors
Get the most out of your professors
Understand how teachers operate
Stick-to-it-tiveness is the recipe for success
You have a responsibility to reach back and help others
We all have a divine assignment
What these schools are
What is the benefit of going to one of these schools?
Do corporations rank different graduates?
Lessons for life
The most important knowledge is the knowledge of self
What is a consumer versus a producer? Create your own employment
Four stages for accomplishing a goal