posted on Jan, 24 2013 @ 09:36 AM
If I was young again, I'd do what my oldest son is, work restaurants odd hours and pay for it without going for the student loan, spread it out over a
few years longer, and then take the thing I really wanted, art for 4 years, and then 2 years counseling, and hypnotherapy, so artist, and art
therapist combined. He's taking physics. This is what I'm encouraging my 13 year old, who is very talented, and was told by art teacher he could get
a job for the police doing likenesses, his skill was significant and marketable. I've told him he's going to university too.
It just depends on what your dream is. Some things don't require it, some things can be worked around or you can say. 10 years to get a business
going well and credentials, and if its started small without debt, may not make much but won't indebt you, or 10 years going to school and spending
money at it. No matter what you do, you still put in the learning curve, either in your business or in the education business. Just settling for
working long term as a labourer is not my idea of what to do.
Its your own business and trying to encourage that all people replace all the monopolies with small ethical businesses and only buy from each
edit on 24-1-2013 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)