Further advice from the founder and director of the National Institute for Straight Thinking incorporates much of the content of former books (The Twelve Rules for Straight Thinking, Successful Human Relations, etc.) and is directed to the college student who is about to make his plunge from the Ivory Tower. There is an approach to the problem of career through observing desires, ability, human relations; defining the career problem and possible solutions; securing evidence on these solutions; making the career decision on the basis of the information secured. The importance of straight thinking and human relations is particularly stressed. Consideration is given to periods of growth, peak earning, and security in later years; and the author suggests that the principles which guide to career may also guide a life.