College Planning Specialists

November 26, 2008

Money For College But How: Dan Evertsz Bay Area College Planners Interview Pt. 1

Dan Evertsz owner of BayCollegePlanners.com has the answer to the difficult question parents and students face when considering the expense of a college education: “How do we find the money for college?” The following is an introduction to Dan and his business in the form of a television interview on the Comcast show “Reference Point” with host Dave Korcharhook. If you are having trouble qualifying for student aid, finding funding for an education, or if you are in need of consultation about these expenses please consider Dan Evertsz your go-to source for action:

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March 8, 2008

Student’s Tool Kit #1: Eliminate the 3 Roadblocks To Change

Do you often fall below your expectations, your desired results, and feel as if you are short changing your studies? Do you feel as if you should and can be a better student? Does your inability to flip a switch and achieve the goals you have set for yourself frustrate you–and your parents?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then you are a lot like me. I spent time feeling my career was without purpose, without goals, without direction, and stagnant with my intended-desire results unfulfilled. You are not alone. But I am here to tell you that you can change and achieve your goals and intended results–I found my path and the following information will get you there too.

Inspirational author Susan Hanshaw in her book, Inner Architect: How To Build The Life You Were Designed To Live, provides something that the brilliant writing of Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer, Marianne Williamson, Marc Allen, and Eckhart Tolle usually do not provide: how to steps that help implement change. The following is information that identifies 3 Roadblocks to Change and an exercise which helps you to begin to implement your action plan.

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3 Roadblocks To Change:

1. Fears about your ability to successfully create change

2. Limited beliefs about what you can achieve or who you can become

3. Commitment to taking the necessary steps

For the inner architect evaluation exercise-tool, Personal Steps For Change, which gives you the start to a plan of action to change your life, please request your free copy of Chapter 1 “Cultivating Your Mind To Consider Change.”

Email your request for a copy of Chapter 1 to: contest@innerarchitect.com.

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