Monday, October 15, 2012

"Would You Do Photography Full-Time if Money Were No Object?" The high cost of terrible education...

Watts brings up an interesting Catch-22: if people stay at a job because they think they’re not good enough at what they want to do, they might never master what they want to do enough to leave their job. He’s saying the way to break the cycle is to simply take the plunge.

The education system is so flawed when it comes to teaching entrepreneurship, passion, goal setting and working at something you love.

It was never created to do that.

It was created to make good worker-bees so companies could have reasonably intelligent factory workers.

But change comes hard... so we keep turning out factory workers with a fear of doing anything else.


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