The answer is very simple: yes. There are many reasons why education is very important in society today; However, in this article we will examine all the reasons why you can succeed in life despite having some or no qualifications. Personally, I don’t believe that advancing education is the only path to success. There are many reasons why you can still become successful and below are reasons why you can and some people who have done so.
Ambition. You do not need anyone’s permission to be successful as it can result from your purpose, passion and commitment to be successful in whatever you choose in life. For people who want to be successful, every day is an interview they have to pass. How much ambition do you need to be successful? Do you have what it takes? The following examples prove that age is not a factor in success, and neither should your qualifications or lack thereof.
Decisions made every day ultimately determine how much you will or will not be successful. It’s a takeaway, especially for those who are opening up to life’s possibilities.
People who become successful in old age don’t see age as a factor. For example, if you feel that your age is even a factor to start with, it’s too late for you to start. “Thinking” that you have missed the boat will only reinforce this pattern in your mind.
For example, look at Colonel Sanders, who enjoyed much success in his later years. You’ve probably heard of this gentleman. He invented Kentucky Fried Chicken in his 60’s. If he thought he was too old, do you think he would have even started? Probably not.
Qualifications can be a lousy way to gauge how a person may or may not become successful. You need to be able to think outside the box because a lot can change between college and your later life. Just because you failed in college doesn’t indicate future success. Just because you’re not academically sound doesn’t mean you have nothing to offer the world; You probably have more than you even know!
Some people are just not cut out for exams. They’re just not wired that way, and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that, it doesn’t make them bugs. How to succeed in life should not depend on the tendency to like exams, many, as you might be able to tell, may have hated exams. Does that make her or you a failure? no They are not inferior to those who do.
Encouraging children to be entrepreneurial and seize opportunities when they see them gives them a better foundation for success than any grade on a report card. Inspiration can lead to success. Adults can play a crucial role in showing the young and themselves that they can choose their own destiny.
There are many top entrepreneurs or people who have made it in their prospect fields, regardless of whether they left school/college/university with little or no education as mentioned above.
People who become successful despite not having an educational background (for whatever reason) “think” differently than those who went through the educational machine. You think “out of the box”. They are more likely to look at problems from a different perspective and come up with unusual solutions that others don’t necessarily think or see.
Reaching the end of your studies and then realizing that this may not have been the path to success as originally thought. School/college can teach you a lot, but there is no better experience than life itself.
The experience you get while you work can far outweigh any knowledge or lessons you learned in college.
Successful people are willing to take more risks. I want to make it clear that you have to work harder, but the rewards can be so much greater. Unfortunately, society first sees your “qualifications” before it sees you. Unfortunately, if you didn’t go to school or left school without graduating from college, then many might be biased against you before you even walked through the interview room door.
Grades don’t make you healthy or fulfilled. Success mainly depends on the choices you make. You will learn more from the process of life than the actual sheet music itself.
Yes, you will make mistakes, probably lots of mistakes, but as long as you learn from them, those mistakes will only make you stronger and less likely to want to give up. Many people thrive on challenges; However, those who have made no or only a few mistakes are more likely to give up at the first obstacle. They make you what you are today. Breaking through barriers and constraints is an excellent measure of one’s character and the likelihood of future success, whatever that may be.
Thanks to Harvey Wolf | #Successful #College #Degree