Friday, June 26, 2020

David Adefeso Has A Few Words To Share About Mark Zuckerberg - Check Out His Message - yuetu.info

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David Adefeso has a few words that he wanted to share with his fans about Mark Zuckerberg. Check out the message that he shared on his social media account below.


‘Mark Zuckerberg, a famous college dropout, thinks a Bachelor’s degree is helpful for success. Here’s what he said:

“I loved the time I spent in college, I wish I could’ve gotten more time. College is this magical time where you get to explore different interests and meet great people, and that’s not something I would’ve wanted to give up. Unless you have a really good reason to leave, you should finish college,”‘ David began his message.














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🤔 Mark Zuckerberg, famous college dropout, thinks a Bachelor's degree is helpful for success. Here's what he said: "I loved the time I spent in college, I wish I could've gotten more time. College is this magical time where you get to explore different interests and meet great people, and that's not something I would've wanted to give up. Unless you have a really good reason to leave, you should finish college." . When I graduated from Harvard in 1996 I had big loans but bigger dreams. College equipped me with certain lifetime critical success tools: ✅ Got a great job on Wall Street ✅ Paid back huge loans ✅ Developed critical thinking skills ✅ Formed a close network of valuable friends Not to mention, I make a heck of a lot more money now that I likely ever would if I never attended college. . 📚 Do you think college is worth it? If you didn't have to take out loans or grants to pay for it, would your answer change? Source: Red Cache Network on YouTube . . . #educationispower #educationiskey #learnandgrow #education #investinyourself #investinyourfuture .


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He continued and said: ‘When I graduated from Harvard in 1996 I had big loans but bigger dreams. College equipped me with certain lifetime critical success tools: Got a great job on Wall Street Paid back huge loans Developed critical thinking skills Formed a close network of valuable friends.’


David also said: ‘Not to mention, I make a heck of a lot more money now that I likely ever would if I never attended college. Do you think college is worth it? If you didn’t have to take out loans or grants to pay for it, would your answer change?’


A follower said: ‘I believe employers want to see college degrees weather to two years for your masters I think they just want to see that you did something and you succeeded at it speaks volumes about who you are.’


Someone else posted this message: ‘Well, my neighbor has 3 daughters that all went to college and got 4 yr degree’s and has 1 son that did not go and hit a skilled trade. To make a long story short the son with the skilled trade makes more money than all 3 girls with a degree. So you do the math lol.’


A fan said: ‘A degree can be helpful in terms of networking. I don’t think it’s mandatory for success because I know a lot of educated fools. However, it can be beneficial in some aspects.’


Someone said: ‘Yes of course David. It’s worth every penny, student loans, and all..As Nelson Mandela says “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”… No one can take that away from you.’


A follower posted this: ‘I agree with most of the comments. But it’s not only about the money. There are so many things you learn on top of that. Skills that help your character to slide through life better and many more. It’s just unfortunate that the loans become the main burden to students.’


Recently, David also explained fans the reasons for which it’s never too late.

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