honestly,i have experienced it and tried it.i now feel i sholud talk about it.there are so many people making big money,doubling their figures and creating wealth both online and physically. Everyone knows that the outcome of education is to finish school,get a certificate and then a job which later ends in the pursuit of money. if you think i'm lying you can prove wrong. but almost the wealthy men of today in our modern societies never even finished their high school or college education. but their the wealthiest in our society and are really influencing lives betterf than those with their college degrees and can't even find ea decent job that pays.so please tell me,isn't bill gate better off than those educated?, isn't christiano ronaldo,messi,david beckham and rhonaldhino better than those educated.aren't they respected around the world?arent they the most popular people today? so if you've got the talent show it and you wouldn't need your education cos you can make it in life.forget about being the last in class because it shows nothing. i hope you understand my point of view. education to me just isn't worth it. your talent,ability and skill is what is needed along with your intelligence and ability to be creative.
I see your point but it's so hard to admit to even if one agrees. I'm having trouble right now concerning my youngest going to college. He thinks school encourages sloppy speed instead of thorough perfection, and is highly annoyed by it.
The problem is finding what type of work encourages methodical work even if it's slow, a career that offers on-the-job training for people like him if he doesn't have a degree. I don't know if this type of job exists. A scientist needs a degree.
Education is learning, which is knowledge.
Knowledge gives one access to Life's real power.
Knowledge is meant to be 100% understood, so one can achieve Understanding.
Knowledge comes from ALL walks of life and every action you witness. How you absorb or understand, what knowledge you receive is completely up to you.
How ever, if your vision about life is skewed, then so will be your knowledge and understanding, which will be sad to see happen.
To create wealth can be done by anyone. To maintain integrated wealth is what you seek, for it is endless productivity that up-holds and re-accumulates wealth.
Just a thought.
You are most welcome. Can I steer you in yet another direction?
You cannot be my guide, I am self-guiding. But, nice try.
My only problem with school education is that it's touted as THE way people learn, as if sitting on your backside and taking in information others already have is the only way. It does do a lot of good but it's not all that's necessary by any means, for some it isn't nearly the best way to learn.
--- Well, you have to put something framed on the walls of your office, so how could you do that without a degree or diploma? Just pictures of naked women are not going to bring you customers to your business(unless you are in that kind of business). And talking seriously:
Not everybody needs wealth.
Not everybody can handle wealth.
Everybody needs some skills - the more the better, the more unique skills - even better.
Everybody needs the ability to earn his living.
In the perfect world everybody needs financial security and independence. But we are not in the perfect world and as long as you are not in the Forbes list of 10 the most wealthy people - drink you coffee and go to school, please, to earn your diploma. Che-e-e-rs!
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