A somewhat true statement, albeit sometimes hard to implement, but this I have come to learn if very true: “Basically, if you work hard and people like being around you, you can go far in almost any field, regardless of where your diploma is from.”
I have seen Behar’s example play out many times:
Right now, I work with a super bright man who went to a small bible college in Oklahoma. And we have ended up on the same show at the same time at the same position. And I don’t think he’s perseverating about the fact that he didn’t go to Brown. In fact, since I split a salary with my writing partner, he probably makes twice what I make. So I’m sure he’s not perseverating about it. Or feeling the need to ever say “perseverating.”
Can everyone please read this article and then chill out? Like he said, he’s no psychologist or educational consultant, but there is a lot of truth here we all need to hear.