There is a saying in college that goes something like this:
A students become professors
B students work for C students
C students become millionaires
Odds are high that this saying was created by C students as an offset to their standing in the academic pecking order of the artificial reality known as college. However, like most cliches and stereotypes, it is rooted in truth.
Schools teach convergent logic: don't question the question or the professor. Here at Qore Performance, we believe this is fundamentally wrong. It sets people up for a life of mediocrity. Don't believe us? Think we are crazy? Maybe we are. But if so, this guy is too (video queued to correct timestamp, just hit play and watch until 18:06 for the TLRD or 23:00 for full explanation):
We like the odds for Camp Elon.
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