Knowledge is Power!

I believe knowledge acquired through education and learning, or more specifically, implemented knowledge, is as valuable as anything in maximizing human life capital and in living a life of true personal significance. If you are an individual motivated to educate yourself or learn endlessly, you are definitely building a tremendous lifelong asset that will yield great benefits. Or if you are a parent or a grandparent, maximizing the human life capital of your children/grandchildren through education is just as valuable, if not more so, than anything you can ever give them. Education, in unison with principles for life and success (creativity and perseverance), maximizes earnings capacity and places anyone in a position to achieve any grand goals that one may have. Orchestrating clear, organized and prioritized written goals and an action plan (progressing towards goals through college certainly qualifies as taking action) to bring them to fruition is critical. Without this, the student will not be able to maximize as much as possible from college, as there will not be a clear focus on why he/she is there and what is expected from the experience. Knowledge, creativity and perseverance, today are more crucial then ever. Underlying all of this is a "Ready! Fire! Aim!" philosophy to life, inspiring decisions to take action. Undeniably, advancing knowledge through an education is deciding to take action, but only if a plan is in place. Besides knowledge acquired through education, the experience, exponentially advances and stimulates independence and results in creativity. The time and commitment required to earn a degree builds upon the foundation to make an individual a more disciplined, productive and responsible entrepreneur, employee and citizen. Creativity develops and expands when a student is in an atmosphere with other like-minded individuals. Entrepreneurialism is strongest in the surrounding areas of the country that have significant colleges. Additionally, powerful networking opportunities abound from relationships established in school. A strong educational foundation encourages life-long learning and even has been shown to promote civic responsibility and awareness. However having knowledge is not all sufficient and complete, we ought to be able to combine our knowledge to the threads of a sound, creative and wise mind to be able to get the best of human potential and ingenuity. As Albert Einstein said, "Imagination is more important than knowledge. For while knowledge defines all we currently know and understand, imagination points to all we might yet discover and create.

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