Sep 12, 2018 · I didn’t come from that life. I didn’t get to go to college due to a lower middle class upbringing that didn’t allow for it. But I climbed the ranks without it. And I get people who want to pat my back and ask me “how did a little street urchin like you make it this far?! What a fairy tale! How can we all do this?!”. Well they can’t.
First of all, being a college dropout is not a crime to feel humiliated or as a loser. Many famous and successful personalities have been dropouts like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, Tom Hanks and Harrison Ford.
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The basic thrust of The Cult of Smart is that we are, as a society, unwilling to admit that people cannot reach the same echelons of intelligence through good education and sheer grit. People are just different, and we already acknowledge this in other spaces, such as athletic ability.
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May 22, 2017 · Having IQ of 167, Bruce Dickinson was named by Intelligent Life in 2009 as a living example of a polymath. And with his high IQ, Bruce has a wide range of interests and pursuits. First of all, he ...
May 24, 2018 · People can get wet feet about the whole college experience, before even getting a taste of what the life is like. Chances are that Penny didn’t think community college would help her with an acting career.
Aug 17, 2020 · Don’t make the mistake of using your resume as an ego booster for a man. It is a part of you but it isn’t all of you. 4. THINKING MORE IS LESS. It’s a natural assumption that women talk a lot. Smart women seem to talk exponentially more than that. When you meet a man you want him to want to get to know more about you.
Nov 13, 2019 · I would go into tech...and then I took the Data Structures and Algorithms class in college, and I didn't understand jack shit. You act like anyone can study computer science/coding and be good at it and pass a FAANG interview. The people who usually are at FAANG are extraordinarily smart. The rate of getting an FAANG offer is less than
Jun 12, 2020 · Obsession For Being The Best In Education. Imagine going to Harvard for $180,000 in tuition over four years and landing a regular $40,000 a year job that anybody from any college could have gotten. What a disappointment when it comes to money, especially if your parents are not rich and you didn’t get very many grants.
Aug 04, 2016 · FG says. August 7, 2016 at 3:57 pm. Sifted through the comments. May have missed it, as the comments digressed from the smart/happy topic, but to be as pertinent as can be in the title’s context, the issue or dichotomy in the smart/happy or likelier smart/unhappy boils down to “unrealistic expectations”. Cheers.
Jun 11, 2005 · How about what percent of our young people can't afford to go to college. How about whether or not our kids are gonna make it home from school alive in a day and time when kids are being gunned ...