Morality Over Money
By Colin Glew
5_Glew_Hero_Interview by user805038013
What is a hero?
Who is my "untouchable" hero?
Is College Really Worth the Cost?
According to a Georgetown research study, it will be necessary to have some form of a college education for approximately 63% of American jobs (Hsu). Why is it then that anyone would be disinclined to attend college? In order to have a successful economy in a society, there must be businesses present. Typically, the upper-class runs these businesses. However, creating and maintaining a thriving business is implausible without having an educated, well-rounded middle-class; the best way to obtain this education is through college. College is valuable schooling that helps immensely in later life. Even with student loan debt from post-secondary education, college is still worth the costs due to its economic impact and moral and life skills development.
Colin's Personal Hero
Chuck Glew, a noble businessman, specializes in private equity.
Colin Glew standing with his personal hero and father, Chuck Glew.
Colin's Untouchable Hero
Warren Buffett, another noble businessman, has achieved great feats both in the financial world and the real world.