>>1034729 >>1034736 Thanks, I figured as much. Now I have to think of a new major. I'm bullshitting honestly, if I want a roof over my head right now I gotta go to school but have nothing in mind. Was just gonna go do military service and then open a store when I get back. That or be a cop and do store later.
>>1034755 Yeah, something useful. Should I get an aa maybe ba in English? Wanted to do that whole teaching abroad thing. If I'm gonna waste my time in college I might as well waste it doing that. >>1034763 Brilliant.
>>1034779 >You're an idiot. Psychology will do nothing for that. What are you 18? 19? Thought you were joking but you're being serious
I didn't suggest it you retard. The other poster told him to go to school for psychology to "understand his customers" which is plain stupid when you can read a few books of psychology instead of wasting all time and money studying something mildly applicable.
OP said he planned on opening a store and still wanted to go to school anyways.
An engineering degree would be just as worthless for his future occupation.
Out of the 100's of worthless majors relative to his occupation, Psychology would be one of the least worthless majors.
If OP said he wasn't going to open a store in the future and was simply going to find a job related to a college degree, then yes, a psychology degree would be a horrible decision - but that is not what he asked.
>>1034794 Anything else but psychology? Something I can look at and be like "Yeah, ok." I'm still thinking of English just to make myself look good on paper for that English abroad shit. I'm 20 going into a JC by the way.
Where I live, the biggest convenience store franchise has got their own school for educating future store managers. It is two or three years of education, and upon completing it, the chain will grant you the opportunity to take advantage of a very beneficial loan, in order for you to be able to buy your own store.
>>1034741 engineering or anything in health care will ensure a steady income while you start up. Look at charlie watts he worked as a graphic designer until he started to make more performing with the stones.
You're going to start out buried with debt. Now the pressure doubles because you not only have to make your lease payments, your utility payments, your insurance payments, your tax payments and your home expenses but now you also have to cover five digits worth of school debt that has interest piling up on top of it. There is *nothing* you would learn in those four years that you couldn't teach yourself for a fraction of the price.
This a huge mistake most would-be entrepreneurs make. Don't do it.
>>1034927 I'll compile a list of books later. I've started three businesses now without any formal education. The first one failed, the second was moderately successful and the third is going better than I could have hoped.
I taught myself everything from web design to inventory/tax law from books I bought on Amazon.
>>1035060 You can go on "coursera.org", they got tons of courses which are free ( you only pay if you want to get a certificate ). Their teacher are from top universities around the world if that matter for you ! The only inconvenient is that you have to wait that some classes start in order to study the material event though they have been dispensed in the past !
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