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Academic Success & Priorities

In the United States, school is supposed to be the number one priority for everyone until the age of 18. We sit in the classroom for at least 7 hours a day in elementary, middle, and high school to learn material that will supplement our growth. We have a choice to make once we complete our secondary education and cross the stage.

What do you want to do with your life, and who do you want to be? Will you go to college for a degree, enter the workforce immediately, or take some time to explore the world? 

If you choose to go to college and would like to graduate debt-free, contact us so we can help you. We will teach you how to earn scholarships to graduate debt-free, but that means school has to be a priority.

How do you make school a priority? You have to identify what’s most important to you and what else is consuming your time.

Download a copy of Dough 4 Degrees’ Priorities & Goals and print the PDF. Fill in the document by using the example on the second page. Once you fill in your copy, hang it up so you will see it every day. Allow it to remind you of what comes first and why you do what you do.

Why should you do this? Everyone has more than one thing to do, but knowing why you’re doing it will help you keep the end in mind. It is important to know what you’re working toward and how you want it to impact you.

Email us a picture of your priorities & goals or paste one in the comments. We would love to hear how this material helps you.


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