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"People studying for their MBA degrees in Australia and are living in a household with family members need to know that in order to convince their family members that the MBA will benefit them, they must concentrate on the fact that people are individuals who understand incentives and use that aspect as their main thrust during related discussions with each of their family members living in the household. So the student needs to tell his family members what the rewards will be for them and not the rewards that he or she, as the student, will receive as a result of obtaining their MBA degree. Another aspect that the student must remember during their related discussions with their family members,
as to why it will benefit the family members, is that they must promote the long term benefits that they will receive".
"People will always tend to gloss over and forget short term benefits but the long term benefits seem to make more sense to most of us and therefore we tend to remember them compared to the short term benefits which are usually easily and quickly forgotten. The long term benefits would be for the MBA student to explain to each of his or her family members how them achieving an MBA a degree in Australia will benefit the family member/s in three, five, to ten years from the present. The student must also point out that they will obviously be spending a lot more personal and quality time with each family member in the short term, while they are studying for their MBA degree, but it must be pointed out that all family members will benefit in the long term when the MBA is finally achieved".
"Over and above proving your case that an MBA is worthwhile for you and your family members the student is also communicating a life lesson to their loved ones. This life lesson is in the form of the fact that one has to sacrifice many things in life in the short term in order to gain long term benefits that will last and be beneficial to all family members and not only to the recipient of an MBA degree in Australia. This principle of sacrifice applies to everything that is achieved in life and is therefore an obvious lesson for all close family members to learn as early as possible in their lives. This especially applies to children and not only to young and or fully mature adults".
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