“While school teaches very needed basics for life and the working world, it doesn’t teach you how to be great. You can make great connections, like these guys did, but you can only become massive by thinking independently, solving problems and applying these daily.
Comment below with your thoughts on school versus going straight into entrepreneurship.” – GC
These 9 tech billionaires all have one unexpected thing in common by Larry Kim
“I have never let school interfere with my education.” —Mark Twain
As a young child, I was taught that the path to success looked something like this: Study hard. Go to college. Work even harder. Marry a nice person, have a nice life, work until you can retire, and then enjoy the fruits of your labor.
Sounds familiar, right? I bet you’ve heard this advice your entire life — that if you can afford to go to college, you need to do just that. And if you can’t afford it, you’d better work hard for a scholarship! People without college degrees make less money and don’t get the good jobs.
At least, that’s what we’re told.
Read the full article here: Business Insider