Despite what you may have heard from your parents, teachers, and other influences...
Going to college is not necessary to earn a great career or become successful in life.
In fact, the real world doesn't give a fuck about your college degree.
Yet, there's still a big portion of the world that is infatuated with the idea of getting one.
Are there some professions that require formal education?
But to think that a college degree is going to guarantee you a great career or carry you through your life is wrong.
I’ve built multiple companies from 0 to 9 figures without a college degree.
Not trying to beat my own drum...
It's just a fact.
Real intelligence can't be learned in a textbook...
It comes through trial & error, problem solving, and building skills in the real world.
These are things you can't simply learn in a classroom.
In my opinion, it's one of the biggest flaws in our education system.
Your career and success in the real world are determined by how well you execute…
College degree or not.
Here's what I'll say...
I'd rather take a college dropout who takes the initiative to learn and has real world experience over someone who got an A on their algebra test.