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How I Wasted $80,000

How I Wasted $80,000



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I don’t know that I HONESTLY wasted $80,000 for my education. I’m not one to think about things like that with regret. I think EVERYTHING we go through is a scar that makes us who we are. That being said, it doesn’t make me laugh a bit when people reference “college drop out” and “high school drop out” like it’s a bad thing.

Being able to start your life path at a young age is HUGE. The first two years in college you are taking advanced calculus and political science classes… things that (unless you intend on going to those fields for work after) are POINTLESS! I can tell you right now, the ONLY TIME I’ve used my college math courses, was when I was helping my wife pass hers.

The education system is seriously flawed and needs a major overhaul. I charge people up to $5,000 for a years worth of education where they get an inside look into MY BUSINESS and see how I actually make 7 figures a year. You’re telling me, it’s a better idea to pay $25,000+/ year to learn math and political science?

Sorry… but as someone who spent the time and money on a degree… the return just isn’t there.

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7 thoughts on “How I Wasted $80,000

  1. T Pasha

    9-5 Jobs are for Losers, don't take me wrong Yeah don't just take it. I'm 20 years old an ecommerce entrepreneur when I was 17 year I went to a job, that was most stupid thing I ever did That's what college thought me. After passing high school, at that time we were crazy about jobs jobs even my parents encouraged me to go job. I went and I screwed up for first month I was consultant they only pay me. $100 a every month, I Left 9-5 job I had a vision and dreams for my self. I dropped college, I started to educate myself, all I got help is from google google makes lot of sense and it change my Life completely, I learnet everything about entrepreneurship an I realised how money works in real life how relationship works and found out who I'm. The real here that's why I say jobs are for Losers still if you don't realise you will end up as a loser

  2. Sandra Flack

    Hey, so glad to see this video of yours! – SOoo! agree with you!! My youngest son just left college after 1.5 years – he self-educated while he was there, though – reading about 60 personal deve., business books, bios on successful people, etc…. and going into sales to start on his way to create has 'big dreams' ! I have encouraged him from high school to be entrepreneurial — and he's doing it! College only makes sense for those who HAVE to have it – doctors, lawyers ( I think)…. school is more about indoctrination – what I call 'schooling' (keeps the 'status quo' in place) … but you can 'educate' yourself on your own – and today it is easier then ever with the internet. (Kahn Academy is a great site to check out).

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