I have two more weeks of my business communications class. Due to reasons beyond my control I am only taking one class this semester and it happens to be the focused on the area of business that I am least comfortable with, presentations.
The one positive aspect of the class is that there is no final exam. For many that means no sleepless nights staying up late to study. No cramming in as much information as humanly possible at the last minute. Sadly for myself this means sleepless nights worrying about the presentation and waiting until the very last minute to write a management report draft, create a presentation outline and make a PowerPoint. At least the subject of my presentation is my idol, Mr. Buffett (Warren, not Jimmy).
Would you rather take an exam? Or create a five minute presentation?
This Week I Wrote Four Posts
- Tracking Expenses: A Budget’s Foundation
- Co-signing: A Path Best Avoided
- Coupon Folders: A System That Works for Me
- Credit Cards: Should I Blame Them for my Debt?
Posts Worth Checking Out
- Jefferson at See Debt Run wrote: Budget Opening Up
- Krantcents wrote: Nearly Half of All Americans Die Broke in Retirement!
- Fi Fighter wrote a guest post at Well Kept Wallet: Why Young People Need to Invest in the Stock Market
- John at Frugal Rules wrote: Why Rebalancing your Portfolio is Like Buying a Carton of Eggs
- Money Beagle Wrote: Combat Smaller Size for Same Price Gimmick
- DC at Young Adult Money wrote: The Costs Involved in Sinus Surgery
- Live Below Your Means: The Key to Freedom- Frugal Rules
- Stockpile Smart: Hoarding Isn’t Saving: Reach Financial Independence , Modest Money, Eyes on the Dollar
- Lottery Is not a Retirement Plan: Debt Roundup, Feral Homemaking
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