HONOR GRADES ON 15 HOURS A WEEK: How to Keep Studies From Interfering with Your Education
Andrew Tobias’s first solo effort (he went on to such New York Times best-sellers as FIRE & ICE, THE ONLY INVESTMENT GUIDE YOU’LL EVER NEED, and THE INVISIBLE BANKERS), this minor — well, VERY minor — 1969 classic, dashed off one summer when he was 21, might just help today’s homework-obsessed high school senior get the most out of his or her college years and take the leap toward real life.
Sure, it was published in practically prehistoric times (ask your grandfather). But some things don’t change.
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Millions is craft, billions is art.~prosperous man in a William Hamilton NEW YORKER cartoon
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