The Benefits of Outsourcing Your Education

Have you ever thought, “hire” when you sat down to take that online course? You’re not the only one in this situation. Many students have thought about this in the digital age. Let’s go down this rabbit hole and see what we find.

At first, it may seem like a good idea to pay someone to do your homework. You won’t have to spend late nights trying your best to understand quantum physics, ancient history or other difficult subjects. It sounds tempting, doesn’t it? Hold your horses! But hold your horses!

Imagine that you are learning to swim online by watching videos (stay with me). If you decide that it is too much trouble, you can hire an Olympic athlete to do the swimming. You may win the race, but if you throw yourself in the pool afterward, you will sink faster than lead. Paying someone else to complete your online education can be compared to that.

Now, I get it. Life’s busy. You may be juggling work, family obligations, or both. It’s not appealing to add lectures and assignments into the mix. Here’s the truth: cutting corners on education is like purchasing a ticket to a train which doesn’t go where you want it to.

Let’s have a quick discussion about ethics. It’s not just about obtaining a piece of paper; it’s also about challenging yourself and becoming more intellectually literate. You’re missing the big picture when someone else does all the work for you.

Don’t forget to avoid getting caught. The universities are not newbies when it comes to spotting cheaters. If you’re caught, your academic future is at stake.

Hey, I’m here to offer you an umbrella and not just rain on your parade. Communicate if life is throwing you curveballs faster that you can handle. You can reach out to professors and support services. They’re more than likely willing to work with your because, guess what? They want you succeed.

It’s like paying for takeout instead of learning to cook. You might feel satisfied at first, but you will be left feeling empty.

Next time the little devil on you shoulder whispers sweet things about taking it easy, tell him thanks but no thanks. I have swimming lessons scheduled. Ask yourself, “What would my dog say?” You can bet he would tackle the challenge himself, after a quick nap. If the goal is to pass with minimum effort, then good luck trying that tightrope act above Niagara Falls. The journey is not any more rewarding or richer.

You can’t say “Do Not disturb.” You’re right in the middle where memories are waiting to be created.