Standards of Today for High School

Standards of Today for High School

 

Today’s high school teaches people very interesting courses, such as algebra and English. They teach the basic fundamentals of how to survive in the world. You need to know basic math of how to add and multiply. You need to know about exponents, and about basic skills to be able to do some interesting things in society. You are responsible for giving the best version of yourself to the world, so it is important to spend your time doing well in school. You may as well succeed while you are in school. It will be an utter waste of time if you blow your education, because you are spending your time doing it. A great man named Tai Lopez said in a video that it would be a foolish move to spend four years in college and not take advantage of it. This man has made many, many millions of dollars, and did not finish college I believe. I do not even know if he even finished high school, yet he has college graduates that wish to work for him. He does not believe the education system is as great as it could be, and he is sure that if you do spend your time and money going to school, you may as well succeed in it. It is quite pointless to waste four years of your life doing nothing great or spectacular.

 

In today’s society and today’s world, leaving high school in order to go to college, so you can be a great member of the workforce is a great way to keep yourself at a job for 40 years, which is the point of college. I do not know if it designed to create people that can create on their own, so we can advance ourselves and not rely on the government, or if it meant to design worker bees who cannot read a book without the pressure of class or school to force them to. I personally enjoy reading and listening to books that speak on becoming a better person, so that I can learn to question others and think on my own. Even though this works for scientists that seek to question norms, I am talking about leaving the system and creating my own system, similar to the Rockefellers and Carnegies and people who changed the face of the world. I do not wish to emulate the negative aspects of it; I want to think big, just like they did.

 

When going to high school, I did not aspire to become the best at a single subject. I did not wish to become the best physics wiz in the country or the smartest math wiz in the country. I did not become the smartest physics wiz or math wiz in the country. I did score A’s in both classes. Now, this is not to say that I set myself for failure. This is to say that I did not want to excel to great levels in those fields. I want to excel to great levels in fields like business and personal development, which is really not offered in schools, especially high school. I learn what it means to be a great worker bee in school, not really much of an independent thinker.

 

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