Why Succeeding is Believing

Always believe in the abilities you were blessed with whenever you came out of your mother’s womb. To live a life without first believing in yourself is living a life set for failure.

Countless times people second guess themselves. Maybe the competition looked fierce, the journey too long, or maybe you failed last time.

When looking in the face of opposition it’s always easiest to quickly look the other way. You are not alone, there are so many people who doubt themselves and give up all chances.

That’s usually when you start doubting whether you have what it takes. The second you second guess is the very second in which you start setting yourself up for failure.

Without first believing you can succeed will make it a million times harder to get money in actuality. More room for opposition to get in the way. More room for competition to push fear into your heart.

High chances you will waste time when you feel like you’re all alone in your visions. Believe you’re a natural superman in the flesh and anything is within reach.

It’s your Bazooka

In this world, there’s a lot of hate, disrespect, and jealousy. People see you doing your thing and try to knock you down out of pure jealousy. It’s crazy, but there will be many attacks at your motivation when you get money.

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Onsego/Covcel Review vs Kaplan GED Rapid Review

Onsego GED Prep, previously Covcel, is a great alternative to the GED Rapid course from Kaplan.

There is a big difference in price between these 2 courses, so I want to review the Onsego/Covcel GED course and Kaplan’s GED Rapid course.

First, the price:

  • Onsego costs $49 for 6 months, and you have access to all four GED subjects.
  • Kaplan’s GED Rapid costs $129 per 3 months, and you also have access to all four subjects.

The teaching method is totally different.

  • Onsego divides each subject into short, up 5 minutes, video lessons. There are a lot of these videos. For example, the Onsego math course has 124 lessons.
  • Every video is related to just one concept. Under the video, there is a transcript of the lesson in a text form and a few questions in the form of quizzes.
  • After every part, such as Number Sense, there is also a longer practice test and at the end of the course, there are final practice tests ( a lot of them) and tips for passing the GED exam fast and efficiently.

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GED – Ticket to a College Education

Your GED diploma could be your ticket to a college education. After a few years, when you’ve earned your Bachelor’s Degree, you may wonder what classes to take for your Masters. First, let’s see how your GED qualifies you for a college education. Read also my review of Covcel and Kaplan GED Prep.

Once you’ve been in college for a few years, you may think about taking some extra classes. Here are some considerations for when that time will come:

1. What class(es) should I take for my major?

First things first. Even though many college students switch their major several times before deciding, you should start by exploring your current top choice. Take the appropriate intro class or classes, just to start you on the right track.

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