A couple of days ago, I shared with you my conversation with Candace Edwards from I Am Beautiful 365.
If you missed it, click here to check it out.
In our talk, she mentioned how she often gets the side eye from people when she expresses that you don’t have to have a college degree to be successful or wealthy in today’s time.
Yesterday’s Black Millionaire Highlight, Bennie Randall, Jr., was an example of the validity of her claim.
Many are discussing how the old model of going to college (now graduate school too) is an outdated model that causes more debt and an upside down start to adult life than it has been promoted to be over the pasts several decades.
So the question is, if this is true, are we, as parents and educators, ready to take an honest look at that and adjust our courses for guiding our children; or are we prepared to send another several generations down a provenly unsuccessful path for a mass number of those who follow that model, exclusively?
If you agree or disagree, we’d love to know your thoughts.
One thing is for sure: we must expose our children to all avenues that may lead to their desired successes.
That means putting in front of them examples of those who have taken the various paths out there that lead to wealth and abundance on all levels.
That’s why we developed the Raising Black Millionaires Flashcards, Vol. 1.
Click this link to see these amazing cards and the video message I have for you.