It's not for everyone: 11 college dropouts explain why they made the right decision
There's no correct way to go about your personal journey. Although it may often feel like there's a formulaic method to achieving your goals the right way, or that society expects you to take certain steps in order to earn respect in the real world, the truth is that you are the person who knows what's best for you. Something that people may feel a great pressure from society to do is go to college. However, this journey is not the right path for everyone.
11 college dropouts took to Whisper, the popular app that provides an anonymous platform for people to share their most honest thoughts, to explain why they made the right decision.
1. If you're not happy with what you're doing, what's the point of doing it?
2. Some people may feel like they wasted time attending school in the first place:
3. The financial cost of college may outweigh the positives that come with it:
4. A university degree may seem pointless if you already have a reliable professional path:
5. Not graduating from college doesn't mean that you're unqualified for your field:
6. There is no one conventional way to be happy:
7. You might be surprised at the careers that could keep you financially stable:
8. College may feel like it's holding you back from your potential instead of pushing you towards it:
9. Who ever said you can't achieve your goals without a degree?
10. It's not like the sources of education are off limits for people who aren't in college:
11. Relying on your independent abilities to thrive can be the most inspiring way to achieve your goals:
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