Today I’m featuring a 16 minute TEDx talk on student loan debt by Adam Carroll.
This is a must-listen for every parent.
Listen while you’re getting ready for work in the morning, commuting, or cooking dinner. It’ll change everything you’ve ever believed about student loan debt, and it’ll change your kid’s life.
And if you find yourself breaking out in a cold sweat after listening? Don’t worry. Request my “QUICK START Guide” on this website, and then click on your child’s age in my “WHAT TO DO WHEN” section. I’ll give you free, clear, step-by-step help getting your kids through college debt-free and into jobs they love afterward. To read my gravely concerned post on the topic of student loan debt, click here.
Here’s Adam Carroll:
Who is Adam Carroll?
Adam Carroll is a professional speaker, trainer, blogger, and the author of the book Winning The Money Game.
He’s a self-described “financial literacy junkie” who believes that “people who are best able to make, manage, save, and invest their money are profoundly happier and more content with their lives.”
He’s presented at over 500 colleges and universities nationwide, at hundreds of leadership symposiums, and at many more local and regional events. His message of “Build A Bigger Life, Not a Bigger Lifestyle” has been heard by over 200,000+ people worldwide.
You can find Adam Carroll’s blog, podcast, and retreat events online at www.adamspeaks.com, and you can follow Adam on Twitter @AdamCarroll.
Who is Jeannie Burlowski?
Jeannie Burlowski is a a full-time consultant, author, and conference speaker. She helps parents set their kids up to graduate college debt-free and move directly into careers they excel at and love. You can find Jeannie’s free help for parents in the “WHAT TO DO WHEN” section at JeannieBurlowski.com. Follow her on Twitter @JBurlowski.
“We only got around to doing a fraction of what Jeannie tells people to do in the free help on her website, and we saved well over $50,000 on college costs. Our daughter earned a four year degree from an excellent private university at age 20, and she’s now in California happily working her dream job at Disney. Get to one of Jeannie’s live classes if you can. Buy a plane ticket if you have to!” — Liz and Tim Weatherhead, parents, Bloomington, MN
What about you? What are your thoughts about student loan debt? What ideas do you have for helping your kids to avoid it while still getting great jobs they’ll love for a lifetime? LIKE Jeannie Burlowski Author on Facebook and let’s talk about it there.