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College student and CEO? 'Apprentice' winner says yes

Modesto Bee - Modesto, CA, USA - You spend tens of thousands of dollars attending college with the hope of one day landing a good-paying job, maybe even one with a six-figure income.

But Randal Pinkett, the winner of a job with Donald Trump on the fourth season of NBC's "The Apprentice," says you don't have to settle for being an employee of someone else. It's possible to become your own chief executive even while pursuing your college degree. And Pinkett has proof. Think Google, Yahoo and Facebook, all successful businesses that were founded by entrepreneurs while they were attending college.

"Believe it or not, you can have an enviable career immediately, not at some distant point in the future, just by starting your own business while you're still a student," Pinkett said.

If you've got dreams of running your own business, you might start by reading Pinkett's book, "Campus CEO: The Student Entrepreneur's Guide To Launching A Multimillion-Dollar Business" (Kaplan Publishing, $16.95). The book is the August selection for the Color of Money Book Club.
Source : Originally Published Modesto Bee - Modesto, CA, USA, Aug 11, 2007
Celebrities : Randal Pinkett
Categories : The Apprentice, Reality TV Stars, Business Books, Business Speaker News, Author News
Posted 8/11/2007 03:08:37 AM | Permalink
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