What the college taught and failed to answer me before I dropped out.

Reasons for dropping out of college

Why did I drop out of college?_Chapter_4_Some of the things I was taught that kill the possiblity of my growth and success, and the growth of my nation are…

  • A job and its salary is all I need. This teaching came with three fallacies joined to have us believe that money is a place. In a chapter dedicated to this you’ll find that I concluded that a salary is between poverty and wealth, and it can toss its beholder anywhere it wishes when s/he doesn’t act on it to prove the invincibility of his/her choice, i.e a better life. The chapter will be no offence. It’s so much about explaining the failure of sub-Sahara to take off as it is about explaining my decision to quit.
  • I should specialise in my learning and in my doing the job, or diversify my income sources. What is this? A paradox? You’ll find out.

Related: Can poverty foreclose one’s capability to be successful?

  • I am not poor when I am poor. That we are all equal when not. Yet to be able to find what I don’t have, I must begin by admitting that I don’t have it. Knowing the reality as it is is greatness because it becomes possible to influence the world so that it becomes a better place to me as it is to someone out there. Unfortunately… Our garment is perforated and we are taught it’s not. And there are Two types of poverty I have managed to identify and put into use. I argue that we are taught to ignore one so that we could only have one to address to be able to conclude that we are not poor or unequal to them, and stay unintentionally under.
  • To hate capitalism not much but a bit so that I won’t be an enemy to it but one who avoids but one who avoids going up in the system as going up becomes unethical to him. I stay under and poor or unequal to another so that my own world is influenced in my absence. In the chapter on this one an example of the Jews is given. They learned to admit that they are poor earlier and moved on to address their own poverty, and were finally being able to create more wealth. When they needed a nation, they got it. Kurds couldn’t. Because wealth is influence, it can shape freedom and what’s desired by the current generation in the future. The education system doesn’t think so.
  • To compete not to cooperate with fellow learners who would eventually become the people I fill the society with. Cooperation is the power to do bigger things when without the power to. Without cooperation there is unjustified competition and rivalry which is not a good thing to us who are on the starting line. Because back in my village we can failed to share ideas, hire transport together to deliver our goods to a better market or buy machinery collectively or in small groups. We compete and everything is from hand to mouth decade after decade.
  • A starting point in business is nothing but a big loan or endowed owners who moves in grabbing shares. This is what our business school taught us, that wealth is accumulated or acquired not created. Wealth, however, must be created to end our poverty here in the less established world or inequality in the whole world.
Introduction
Chapter 1: How do I get paid? Paid through the qualification and paid through the certificates
Chapter 2: How do I get paid? Paid through the mind
Chapter 3: Learning is being taught or teaching yourself or being answered
Chapter 4: (Current)
Chapter 5: Unfair Salary Crusaders! How do education systems trick learners to the buttom of the capitalist pyramid?
Chapter 6: 3 Fallacies taught on welath creation that discourage a company culture