BookWatch: Dropping out of college to become a tech billionaire is a dumb idea, says this entrepreneur

Here’s a bedtime story that college kids tell themselves while they toss and turn at the thought of surviving another term: “Once upon a time, in a land of Fierce Competition, a little college boy named Bill Gates [you can substitute Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg] worked very hard, so that one day he could have a good job. But evil old professors who knew that he was destined to be the Prince of Money burdened him with dull ideas that hurt his big brain very, very much. One day he broke free, ran far from the School of Dullards, and joined a merry group of brave escapees from college who had magical ideas: Michael Dell, David Karp, Kevin Rose, Larry Ellison, Jack Dorsey, and Paul Allen, to name a few.

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