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  • Entrepreneurs

    Never Stop Thinking - Its Free

    Okay, I'm with you now.

    Funny thing is, I commented to someone the other day about people being conditioned to blindly follow the masses to participate in the rat race. I hated school perhaps because it didn't stimulate the entrepreneur in me and instead of sitting my 9 O-Levels, I was too busy working to turn up for 7 of them.

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    That made me chuckle!

    I used to bunk off school to work on the markets flogging fruit and veg for my mate! Still passed the GCSEs though, they take two years to teach you what can be crash-revised in a fortnight and I'd pocketed a couple of grand before turning 16!

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    Snap!

    I worked on a fruit & veg stall at East Street market in Bermondsey as well!

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    The best personal development course in terms of business skills you can ever go on and you don't have to pay a "mentor" 5 grand for the privilege!

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    It's funny but so many people that go on to become self-made entrepreneurs don't even finish school, or bail out at 16 never to look back.

    I remember the Pimlico Plumbing head guy saying his greatest regret was leaving school at 15, he said he'd wished he'd left 1 year earlier!

    I think a lot of self-made entreprenuers have that sort of drive, school is not for them, but they're certainly not daft.

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