Homeschool Graduate, Sly Discusses Homeschool Success

Homeschool Graduate, Sly Tha Deuce, Talks Homeschool Success in Ep 23

This is Episode 23 of the CleverlyChanging Podcast. Millennial moms Elle and Miriam talk to our featured guest Sly Tha Deace, who is a homeschool graduate, author, and musician.

Here’s His Official bio

This man is definitely a homeschool success. He is a self-published author of two books, a successful songwriter who used music to pay his way through college, a business owner and investor, plus a huge comic book fan. His message let’s “get” money is about understanding and leveraging your finances instead of just working yourself to death trying to collect money. Born in the beautiful state of Colorado and currently living in the great state of Texas.

Source: Sly Tha Deuce

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Intro (0:58)

The African proverb for this week’s podcast:

“If you close your eyes to facts, you will learn through accidents.”

Word of the Episode (1:47)

Kuumba means creativity in Swahili.

Homeschool Graduate, Sly Tha Deuce, Talks Homeschool Success in Episode 23 of the Cleverly Changing Podcast

Grown Folks Convo (2:12)

We wanted to share with you all a conversation that we had with someone who has benefited from being homeschooled. We’re sure you will thoroughly enjoy the conversation and learn more about how one student was able to benefit from his homeschool experience. If you have questions, please be sure to let us know what they are in the comment section.

  1. How long were you homeschooled? And how was your transition into traditional schooling?
  2. What were some of the greatest strengths that you learned while being homeschooled?
  3. You sometimes refer to yourself as a nerd, the term nerd is often positive? Why is nerd one of your words of choice?
  4. How did homeschooling nurture your creativity/creative process?
  5. Sometimes it can be hard to find a comfortable place in the world as a kid. Can you share any tips on how kids can cope with being bullied?
  6. What did you study while you were in college?
  7. You paid your way through college after being homeschooled, can you share with us how you were able to make money and enough not to be a broke college student with tons of debt?
  8. Tell us about your book and how people can purchase it: Also, follow Sly on Instagram at

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