~ Bon Jovi, Save the World

I got my diploma, start working with a small company, and later got my degree in the finest university. And where am I now? Still working from eight to four for other institution, get my salary everymonth just to pay the bills. So I guess Bon Jovi is right. You don't have to go to the finest school and spent much of your money (or your parent's money) just to work eight to five to pay your monthly bills. You still don't get any richer than that.

I heard that someone so successful like Robert Kiyosaki also tell you not to go to school. As a matter of fact, you will learn real knowledge and real skill from the real life. Not at school. Even advertising guru Paul Arden also said that you'd better go to work than going to school. But, he said, if you don't know what to do, okay, then go to college. The thing is, in the real life, it's not your degree that determines how successful you'd become. It's your own sweat that does.

I say, if you are lucky enough to go to finest university and get a degree, it's great. Use that oportunity as best as you could. But you should remember what Bon Jovi told you, it's the sweat on your old collar, your hard work, that's your real Ph.D. I will (remember it).