就学历来说，比尔盖茨与科莱特是无法相比的 前者是大学仅读一年而后者是博士后，但就成功来说，科莱特与比尔盖茨同样是无法相比的 当然这种成功绝不仅仅是财富而言。
Can you make a big laugh when you succeed in the college entrance examination? If you only want to "take college" as your ultimate goal, then it is natural, but it is obviously not the case. There is still a long way to go between “going to college” and success, and this distance is sometimes even a lifetime. We have already seen the phenomenon that college students can't find a job, and they also see the phenomenon that college students work for only primary or secondary school diplomas. We ask this question without a little prejudice, just to show how many people turn a blind eye to it, they still have a passionate attachment to the diploma, which is both Chinese and foreign. The United States has published a book called "Parchment Partiality". Because American university diplomas are made of parchment. The book criticizes the "sick person" who is stuck in a "parchment." Japanese educator Ito Takashi also pointed out that it is extremely difficult to find out from the Japanese who are not tied to academic qualifications. Why do people pursue academic qualifications – and they have to pursue and graduate from “first-class universities”? "Educational patients" believe that graduation from "first-class universities" is a reliable pass to achieve "good reputation." It seems that in terms of the diploma, the islands of each country have striking similarities.
???In fact, all those who are passionate about diplomas do not believe that diplomas are equal to success, but that superstition diplomas can bring them the desired success. Both history and reality prove that this is just wishful thinking.
??A young man named Colette in Liverpool, USA, was admitted to Harvard University. He often sat with him to attend classes, an 18-year-old American boy. . In the second year of college, the young man negotiated with Colette: drop out of school and develop 32Bit financial software. Because of the new textbook, the problem of the conversion system has been solved. But Colette euphemistically refused.
??Ten years later, Colette became a Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science at Harvard University. The young man who dropped out of school also entered the Forbes magazine billionaire list this year. In 1922, Colette continued to study and get a postdoctoral degree. The personal assets of the American boy were second only to Wall Street tycoon Buffett in this year, reaching $6.5 billion. In 1995, Colette believed that he had enough knowledge to research and develop 32Bit financial software, and that guy had bypassed the Bit system and developed Eip financial software, which is 1500 times faster than Bit and within two weeks. Occupy the global market, this year he became the world's richest man, a name that represents success and wealth - Bill Gates.
??As far as academic qualifications are concerned, Bill Gates and Colette are incomparable. The former is only one year after the university and the latter is a postdoctoral fellow. However, in terms of success, Colette and Bill Gates are equally incomparable. Of course, this success Not just wealth.
??Therefore, the gloom of the college entrance examination, the title of the gold medal is called "additional shackles", so that we will have a good attitude of success. Once the goal of the college entrance examination is abnormally magnified, it blocks many other more meaningful ideals that may be more ambitious, so that they cannot be discovered. If our ideals transcend the "high school entrance examination," we will naturally think that "University" and "going to university" are nothing more than a step in the realization of the ideal process. To realize your own ideals, we must first pass the "college entrance examination" level, so as to learn the test in a very proactive manner.