A Graduate's Guide to Life: Three Things They Don't Teach You in College That Could Make All the Difference
The college years are often referred to as the best years of your life. Author Frank J. Hanna believes your best years are still ahead of you, but only if you have a strategy for living that goes beyond what you learned in school.
According to Hanna, wealth and success are not what you think. Drawing on a lifetime of business experience, he proposes a radically different approach. He shows that wealth is not merely money, competition has a higher purpose than simply getting ahead, and a life of happiness is simpler to attain than we imagine.
If you are looking to succeed in the ways that really matter, Hanna's simple message, conveyed with clarity and insight, will change your views of wealth and success. And it might just change the course of your post-graduate life entirely!