Episode #24: The Never Ending College Story with Cheyne Zeller

Peter Wood

Today, Peter is joined by his personal trainer, Cheyne Zeller. Cheyne started college in 2004, but like many students life got in the way, preventing him from completing his four-year degree. We discuss the disillusion that comes with being a hair's breadth from a degree, students being forced to leave their studies, and the debt many Americans face from attempting the pursuit of a college degree. How does he deal with resisting students (we're looking at you, Peter)? What tips would he give his past teachers and professors? Listen in and get motivated with Cheyene Zeller.

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