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Here is some essential knowledge that we are not taught at the white school: when, after graduating from high school, university or otherwise, the facts, definitions and formulas are gradually removed from our memory (What do they need to live?)
We we are thrown into the deep waters of the workplace, and that's when we learn to cope with a demanding world and become truly autonomous. What should we know from what our teachers have not told us?
What I learned most valuable in life, I did not learn at school. By, Will Smith
"You do not need school to succeed in life, school is very useful, but it is not a necessity. If you're bored at school, do not count on it to help you create a wonderful life. "
Richard Branson, Henry Ford, Steve Walt Disney, Bill Gates or Dekaba … (Are some examples of people who have succeeded perfectly without having finished their studies…)
These are just a few examples that prove that you are the one / the only responsible for what you want to achieve in life. Do not expect that the path of public education will give you the guarantee of a satisfying and pleasant job.
When we try to persuade our children that we need school to bring success to life, we take away the choice. The feeling of constraint kills the motivation of learning and development. We want children to study, not because they have to, but because they want to.
Talent does not exist: the size of the "great men" is not due to their genes, but to years of intensive training. If Mozart had not begun to practice playing the piano at the age of 3 years, he would not have become a famous composer. It's not your predispositions that matter here, but what you spend your time on.
If there are things you care about, I invite you to spend time every day. Sooner or later you will end up excelling in the areas in which you will practice, and others will say that you have talent, but that has nothing to do with talent.
I have never allowed school to compromise my education. By, Mark Twain
"Your individuality is yours strength: the education system puts great pressure and emphasis on the standardization of everything. Everyone should be treated at the same level, everyone passes the same tests, regardless of the interests and personality of our young people. When someone departs from the group and does not fit within the defined framework, he is immediately rejected and considered a scapegoat. »
Education is what remains after, when we forget what we learned at school. By, Albert Einstein
" He It is important to stop thinking that it is the school, the teachers and the school books that teach us to live and start to invest in ourselves ... The school path does not determine your future! »
We all have in us a wonderful biological computer called the brain, and we have access tounlimited knowledge and skills resources. Finally, let us be ourselves, the teacher and the architect of our own way of life.