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If you don’t have enough funds or aptitude to enter college, it’s not the end of the world. There are a variety of avenues that can be explored. You just need to be focused and motivated and tap your hidden potentials. It is better to skip college and not waste money if you’re ignorant about your aims and objectives.
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Success stories of those who took unconventional paths can be motivational, yet they don't prescribe a formula for success. It's essential to appreciate the uniqueness of each journey and understand that traditional education can also contribute significantly to personal and professional growth. The key is to encourage open-mindedness, emphasizing that success can be achieved through various routes, but the right path depends on individual goals and circumstances.
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I think the author was trying to make a point. College is not the only way. So often in today's world, if you have a blue-collar job, many think you must be poor or worse stupid.
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