A College Degree in Three Months for $100?

WaitForPhoneSMIn this economy, most people who go to college are hoping to use their education to enhance their worth in the job marketplace – to be able to earn more than they would without the degree. The problem many are running into is that the job market is getting more competitive all the time and there are fewer and fewer well paying jobs.

To compound things, the cost of a college education has gotten ridiculous and most people graduate with thousands in student loans. Unfortunately one third of those graduates end up in jobs that did not require a college degree in the first place, and it will take them years to pay off those loans.

But what if you found a college that only cost about $100 and took about three months to graduate? Would you be interested? Even if you had to study pretty hard during that three months, would you still be interested?

Well it isn’t really a college degree program, it just pays like one. I took this “program” more than 20 years ago and have made at least $60,000 annually using it every year since then.

What I’m talking about is the effect on your worklife from learning Microsoft Access and how it works with Excel. The courses are all right here and there is a coupon for the first course that is ONLY $10!

It would probably take you a month of work in your extra time to really go through that ten hour course and really learn everything that there. You would need to practice. From there you could take another course in linking to Excel in probably a week. Then a third course in using VBA (the Visual Basic programming language) to automate the steps in the second course and be able to prepare and email Excel sheets in just a few seconds.

Once you have done all that, the next step is to take my eight hour programming course: Access VBA for Non-Programmers. You will probably be surprised how much power there is in this program and how it is really not that hard to learn.

When you have done all that, you will be in your third month. At that point you should start looking for things in your current job to automate. Even if you work in a retail store, the boss still has monthly reports that probably take hours to do with Excel.

Volunteer to make a database out of them and you will be on your way. You will quickly become one of the most valuable employees in your workplace and other people will ask you to “help” them with their jobs. When I did this, I ended up totally doing the work of my old job plus two other people in only about 20 hours per week.

That is when I quit. I went out on my own and made the company I used to work for my first client. Since then there have been hundreds of clients, and I will have a course soon that will explain all the details.

But, in the meantime, you really should get started. The choice is yours. Go to college for two or four (or more) years and rack up 20 to 50 thousand in student loans OR take some of your spare time over the next three months and about $100 or less and start making more money almost right away!