- It’s not important to actually need a degree these days.
Gary Vaynerchuk, founder, and CEO of VaynerX; five-time New York Times bestselling author of “Crushing It!> “I clearly remember failing a test in Seventh grade, which I embarrassingly had to get signed by my dad. I was really upset, and then it striked me: “Forget school. I’m a businessman.” I never felt to give priority to school; I sharpened my skills, learned to sell, and concentrated on what made me happy. The college “label” will eventually faint. Parental pressure isn’t a good reason to acquire expensive college debits, which is also a bad idea if you want to become an entrepreneur.
You get good at entrepreneurship by practicing; plus, there are endless free ways to learn about business. Even if you do want a job, many companies don’t require a degree — including Google, Apple, and VaynerMedia doesn’t need those paper stamps to check your knowledge. Ultimately, the decision is about whether a degree will put you in the best position to reach your personal goals, and that’s only true in rare cases these days.
2. Time is money
—Grant Cardone, founder of Cardone Capital, a $750 million real estate empire;
“I went to college for hard long five years to get an accounting degree. If I could go back in time, I would have skipped it. Time is money. In most cases, I don’t see the value in putting 18-year-olds into massive debt to postpone their career for half a decade. The only reason I would want my daughters to go to college is to meet people and network. Life isn’t always what you know — it’s who you know”.
The Malia Obamas of the world are going to school at Harvard, Yale, and Stanford, not a community college or state university. So if you can’t get into one of the top-notch schools, you would probably do better by skipping college and focusing on real-world skills like closing deals, negotiating, and prospecting. By doing these things the right way may keep you above those degree holders can also be termed as”future loan payee”.
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