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Life In The Real World After CollegeBy: Matt Furey
Best Selling Author and Self-Made Millionaire
Today ... a change of pace. My thoughts on the college system in America. Read them and be shocked.
"After you get out of college and deal with the real world - you have to unlearn all the nonsense you were taught from lane-brain college professors who are almost always mere theorizers and nothing more. Elimination of the idiot notions learned in college takes time - but it is a substantial movement in the right direction.
Most of what a person learns in college is utter dribble that contributes almost nothing to a brighter future. You want to see a roomful of depressed people - sit in on any college classroom sometime. That's why the students have to get wasted on a regular basis. The torture of that kind of "learning" is almost unbearable.
Moreover, if you find a single teacher in college who pulls you aside and teaches you the true keys to success in life, you're fortunate indeed. And yes, you would need to be "pulled aside" because the subjects of success, accurate thinking, creating and so on - are NOT a part of any college courses.
The very thing people need most is not taught at the university, no matter how many tens of thousands of dollars are shelled out.
If the tuition were a million bucks per year, it wouldn't matter. Your only real chance for success is through extra-curricular research and study - usually under a mentor who has already "been there and done that." And by that I mean, the acquiring of specialized knowledge from that mentor, especially that which is practical, useful and has the capability to improve your life.
Most of what I know today is a result of having great mentors. And by "mentors" - I am NOT speaking about those who taught in front of a chalkboard.
Now, I realize that these remarks offend those who not only went to college - but went even further and acquired a "master's degree" or a "Ph.D." Yet, what I am saying is true. You can go to college for twenty years if you'd like - but this will only prove my point as you'll still be a complete dunce when it comes to achieving success in the real world.
How do I know this?
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