If you want to learn, if you want to be successful, DROP OUT OF SCHOOL!
You've been brainwashed into thinking "You must go to school and get a good education."
Look, the education system sucks. It's designed to be boring to get you to associate learning with boredom.
It is not a place of learning but a place of indoctrination.
There is NO super secret knowledge behind the closed doors of a school or university.
Everything you've ever wanted to learn is right in your pocket and all you have to do is ask:
You're better off spending the money you would spend on a single sheet of toilet paper...
...err I mean, a college degree, on investing in your own little start up business that you run from your couch.
Guess what? Everybody and their dog has a college degree now. Everybody is in student debt.
Don't be everybody. Be a procrastinator.
Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Ellen DeGeneres, Brad Pitt, Oprah, John Mayer, Lady Gaga, John Lennon, Jim Carrey, Walt Disney, and Abraham Lincoln. The list goes on...
You know what they have in common?
They were all DROP OUTS.
You heard that right. They dropped out of school. The richest, most successful people in history were drop outs.
But wait! What happened to "get a good education and you'll get a good job"
That only applies if you want your job to be working for someone else with no freedom. If you want to be a labor slave, then go right ahead and continue your education, but if you want freedom PROCRASTINATE!
These successful people, PRO-crastinators, realized the education system wasn't doing them any good and learned things on their own. They created their own opportunities.
They were each a "Autodidact", which is just a fancy-schmancy word for " a lazy self-taught person who didn't want to work hard in class and instead wanted to do whatever they wanted. "
See, the only thing your taught at school is how to become a hardworking corporate slave.
Nope, we don't want to work hard or for someone else. We're lazy.
So we're dropping out.
And sure maybe your parents, family, and friends might be disappointed in your decision to do so, but they'll be kicking themselves in the head when they realize "Oh shit, (s)he's an uneducated millionaire".
Education is waaaay overpriced and don't let societal pressure make you believe otherwise.
Learn what you want to. Don't be indoctrinated.
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Clips used in this episode:
Thomas Sanders: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mB2yx4EltbE