|Major: Business - Management and Administration (This Major's Salary over time)|
|Gender: Male||This person cares more about Surrounding City than the average student.|
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was crazy, I partyed, I worked and I barely slept.
Going to school in the Big City is not an
easy thing, but if you get through it you come
out with a strong work ethic and with strong determination.
When I first left NYU I worked retail at Staples.
But the strong core values that NYU provided, I easily
grew to Management.
While a manager at Staples I
made sure I went to every conference, read every article
and met as many vendors as I could regarding office
supplies. I eventually left Staples to open my own office
supply store in Long Island. We had some success and
some failures, but it wasn't till my 13th year of
out of school when things started to really kick into
gear for me. I saw the success of the interent
and decided to take my brick and mortar store and
turn it completely virtual. www.BulkOfficeSupply.com was born. making over 500,000
a month, with no store overhead or even warehouse charges.
So those who worry about your success, don't, it
takes time. It has been 23 years since I graduated
from NYU and I finally consider myself a success.
|Hi! I loved your advice. Since a few years ago my dream is to get to study a beautiful college in New York City for obvious reasons and my first choice was sing the beginning NYU. But, i almost throw up when I saw the tuition fees. I wanted to ask you, as a non US resident, if the life in nyc is expensive? Is NYU that expensive? Please answer me :)|