The wealthy do not allow their education to get in the way of their learning. A discipline that all wealthy people practice is a passionate curiosity and dedication to continuous learning.
To learn continuously is not to jump after degrees or to get as many degrees as qualifies you to become a thermometer. Continuous learning means, realizing that the world is changing, and that there is a lot to do to keep abreast with your industry, with technology and knowledge about finance and keeping your systems functioning. Empty bags don’t stand upright – wealthy people know that the way to become an authority figure in any discipline is dedication to acquiring knowledge in that discipline.
To be successful, one must read books on success, to be financially buoyant, then your curiosity on finance must be matched by the number of books and journals your consume. The knowledgeable person in the 21st century is not the one that is able to learn and learn, but the one that is able to learn, unlearn and relearn.
Do you want a successful marriage? Do you desire to become an exceptional CEO? Do you want to become financially free? Whatever your desires, back it up by reading as many books equal to your age on your topic of interest. Readers are leaders! In any sphere of life you want to lead – read!
There are two many wealthy people who didn’t get to any higher institution, that should help you realize, that learning is not the same as getting a degree. A degree is good, but don’t let it interfere with your learning.