What Will You Do Daily?

In this world, there are dreamers and there are doers.

And then there are dreamers who do things.

Will you be the person who commits to show up daily to create the future you desire?

7 Ways to Deschool Yourself and Come Alive in Your Career

If you want to do what makes you tick, you need to shed the conditioning of doing what you’re told, i.e. you need to de-school yourself.

Here are 7 Ways to Deschool Yourself and Come Alive in Your Career.

“It’s true that school maybe exposed you to information, but it also IM-posed that information on you.

What you want is the freedom and space to play and learn!

That means curiosity!

Be wild and free. Maybe you’re interested in sports cars, learning to yo-yo, ancient civilizations, fly fishing techniques, conspiracy theories, the history of hip-hop, or any literally anything.”

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You don’t need a college degree to get a big paycheck.

You just need the skills.

That’s what BloomTech can do for you—fast: get the skills employers need to get the future you want.

BloomTech is so sure about this that they’ll pay YOU if you don’t get a job – guaranteed (terms apply).

Since 2017, over 4,000 BloomTech grads have launched their tech career. Just read these testimonials:

“….the greatest decision I’ve ever made in my life.”
“The BloomTech alumni really came in clutch during my job search phase.”
“Before I started BloomTech, I was making  just over $20K a year, and now I’m in the six-figure club.”
“My earning potential is now vastly improved.”
“I’m almost making 3X what I was making before.”
“BloomTech made me realize that I have the potential to do really interesting and fascinating things.”

On top of that, you can take a test-drive with a 3-week free trial. Write code with experts live, get coaching + support, and build cool projects. Just fill out a short application, do a short assessment, and you can start the trial all in the same day.

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Quote of the Day

“If you are not excited about it, it may not be the right path.”
— Abraham Hicks

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