Today’s guest is Kayla McDowell. She is a professional banker by day and the co-founder of a production company that specializes in podcasts and YouTube channels by night. Well, not necessarily by night, but it is the side hustle she’s growing along with starting her own podcast. But, don’t let that fool you, she’s all about climbing the corporate ladder as well.
Today Kayla will share with us more about her experience working her way through college for two degrees and why she may be hitting the books again within the next year.
In This Episode We Discuss:
- What it’s really like to be broke and working your way through school.
- Why scholarships and grants are so important when getting your degree and other ways to reduce the cost of an education.
- The one tip she learned early on about how to handle her paychecks that she continues to use and recommend to others today.
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