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Self-Absorbed

Today was the first day of the rest of my life and it makes me uneasy.

I graduated from Colorado State University on Saturday, May 15th and for the first time in my life I don’t know exactly what I’ll be doing a year from now. Fortunately, I have a great idea of what I want to be doing, but there is so much uncertainty.

As one of my last assignments in my capstone class I created a personal strategy plan to help me figure out who I am, what I want to do and how I’m going to get there. This is my proclamation for life after college.

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About a week ago we did this neat little exercise in my Business Capstone class.

To give you some background info, this class is the culmination of all my other business classes at CSU. It’s also an Honors class. So the smartest (or hardest working) kids in the entire college are in this class. But as we were going through this exercise about our future, I was blown away by some of the responses.

And not in a good way.

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Quinton Carlin was the first person to turn me on to Think and Grow Rich by describing it as the book that the majority of billionaires have read. I have since encountered many other people who have suggested the book. So I started reading it 2 weeks ago and finished it today. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill is indeed, as the cover suggests, an inspirational classic.

In the opening line Hill mentions a money-making secret that he has spent the majority of his life analyzing. He received the secret more than 50 years prior to writing the book from a gentleman by the name of Andrew Carnegie.

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One day, about a week ago, I spent the majority of my waking hours on Blogussion.com. That’s right, the majority of the time I was awake that day I was reading articles on a website. Furthermore, this website was developed by a 15-year-old and a 16-year-old. It was unusual to say the least. Why did I do it?

Blogussion is a website that focuses on providing tips for bloggers, new and old, to help improve their blogs. Side note, blogging is something that has never really interested me prior to finding this site. Alex (15) and Janith (16) have done an incredible job of designing and developing Blogussion.

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