Branson, Diller, Friis = No College

Posted on November 3, 2006. Filed under: Life |

A group of list of VERY IMPRESSIVE GUYS with no formal education.

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3 Responses to “Branson, Diller, Friis = No College”

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Google won’t hire people like this. That’s their weakness.

So how many successful people are there with College degrees and/or formal education?

I find discussions about education as being useless when it comes to success and maney-maiking complete ridiculous. First of all, most of these people comes from rich homes, where money is “just something we have, so we don’t talk about it”. These rich kids thinks it is unneccesary to have an education, besides, it is a pain the the neck even thinking about sombody having demands to their academic achievements. Most of them never goes any further than high school. They just spens a lot of daddy’s money on businesses (tax shields) and sometimes they succeed. But anybody can do that, if they have the means to do it. It has nothing to do with real skills, learned the hard way or anything. The sad truth is, that uneducated people waste their time on making money, when university people have a spritual life and enjoyment the uneducated people do not have. The uneducated people barely know about the cultural treasures that lies within university environment, not to speak of recognition from people that actually build rockes and invent medicine. Not a billion dollars can fix the problem of ignorance, it only help him ignore it.


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