The average American makes seven major decisions in his/her adult life. Five of the seven are made (or at least begun) in college. Think about the choices you made as a university student, and how it affected where you are today. For most, decisions about relationships, location, religion, lifestyle preferences, and vocation are made in college. The only two that aren't made in the young-adult years are retirement and investments.

source: Tim Elmore, Leveraging Your Influence, p 10 tags: College, Chi Alpha