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My apartment was only steps away from the sand and off in the other direction was a string of endless bars that occupied the party filled city of Pacific Beach, California. Not exactly the optimal location for calculating bond amortization, but here’s how I stayed motivated anyway.
Becoming a CPA has proven to be one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. The sacrifice and the monumental effort seem trivial when compared to benefits I’ve reaped. I received plenty of job offers from both the private and public sectors, as well as other opportunities that simply would not have been possible before.
Trying to put off studying for the CPA exam? With my expert advice, you can stop Googling and find out how to conquer procrastination. Eliminate any fears that surround taking the CPA Exam, don’t let anything stand in your way, and CRUSH the CPA!
Just like you can’t be kind of pregnant, you can’t be kind of committed to the CPA exam. You’re either in or you’re out. Once you make up your mind and fully commit to passing the exam everything else will fall into place. When your end goal becomes laser focused your priorities have this strange way of rearranging themselves.