Are you thinking to drop out of college?
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Drop Out Of College - TRANSCRIPT
You said you dropped out of college to start your first business.
What gave you the confidence to do that?
When I was in college actually, I dropped on the last year, so everyone, my entire family was " You are crazy" like "You dropped in the last year. You had one more year and that's it "
So no I don't want to do it and what I did is that I had this it's more visualization exercise in which basically what I did is that I visualized myself at the end of the college with that diploma accreditation me being... what I did it was an engineer IT college.
So, I visualized myself there and then I was like okay, what's next? while holding my accreditation.
And the first thing that popped in my mind was going and finding a job and end up in nine to five... and I was like no and it's not something that I would like to do.
I don't have something against nine to five but it was never on my values, it was not part of my values.
Because I was never an employee not even till now I never had the nine to five job and I strongly believe that I'm not designed for that.