When you learned geometry, it wasn’t because you were going to need it later in life.
It was taught so you would learn to sit still and follow instructions.
Mans maybe that’s important for some people some of the time.
But what it doesn’t teach is the practical skills you need to be a productive and informed citizen.
Until we change the way we educate, it’s up to you to educate yourself with the things that are useful.
That means it’s up to you to determine what’s useful and do the work to learn it.
Owning your future means envisioning it, backwards engineering what it takes to get there, and executing relentlessly.
Its up to you to figure out how to do all three.
Theres no manual and you won’t learn these skills in school.
2 Minutes Action:
Who is someone you admire?
Call/email them and ask about their journey.
If you have one person in your life who you admire and will talk to you for 30 minutes a month, you have won the lottery.
This resource can be a secret weapon that gives insight into yourself and your potential future.