Mark Cuban On Finance Management: How To be Fiscally Responsible In CollegeBy Francis Trance, UniversityHerald Reporter
Mavericks owner and celeb magnate Mark Cuban revealed to students how easy finance management is and how as a student, fiscal responsibility is vital for success. Any student here or abroad can apply these tips and see their life as a student, change dramatically.
Finance Management is key
Having, maintaining and balancing a budget is not only important in businesses, it is also needed in everyday life. Mark Cuban told students that they should become fiscally responsible. Having a tally of things bought, things to buy that are necessities and things that can be done away with is important and it may be the difference of completing or failing college.
Make Pragmatic Decision
As Mark Cuban said, sometimes students should not be guided solely on what the feel their best at. College is a business decision essentially, as one spends time, effort and finances in exchange for an opportunity for success. Decide on a college that will be most beneficial to you. Cuban added that a state run university, though its tuition is somewhat low, maybe more expensive for a student because the institution has little to no financial aid for enrollees. Make pragmatic decisions always.
Live with Simplicity
The aim of going to college is not to be the hippest or most technically updated boy or girl in class. The goal of going to college is getting a diploma at all costs. In addition to Cuban's finance management tip, is the simplicity tip. Do everything possible to save some money. This ranges from eating at home, refraining from overspending on stuff which are not that important. Live life simply now so that we can live like kings in the future.
Given the tips from Mark Cuban, students should act more independent as expected. They should find jobs, manage their income, be practical, be realistic and be responsible. These are the qualities that are molded during school years, which are traits needed to be successful in the corporate world. These are applicable to all students studying here or abroad.