Education is the Compass that Guides us Toward SuccessEducationEducation is the Compass that Guides us Toward Success

“Education is the compass that guides us toward success, and through each lesson, we navigate the uncharted waters of our potential.”

Nasiru Eneji Abdulrasheed

It is certainly true that there are successful individuals who have achieved their goals without any formal education. However, it is important to note the presence of informal education.

While formal education provides individuals with structured learning experiences and recognized credentials, informal education can also play a significant role in one’s personal and professional growth.

Informal education can come from a variety of sources, such as self-directed learning, mentorship, practical experience, and informal networks.

For example, an aspiring musician may not have formal training in music but could achieve success through self-directed learning and practical experience playing in bands or performing at gigs.

Similarly, an entrepreneur may not have a formal business degree, but they could acquire knowledge and skills through mentorship from successful business leaders, attending networking events, and learning from trial and error.

Formal education is not the only path to success, and individuals can still achieve their goals through informal education and other means.

However, formal education can provide a strong foundation of knowledge and skills that can enhance one’s chances of success, especially in fields that require specific qualifications and certifications.

So by education I mean the whole; both formal and informal, as a guiding force towards achieving success.

Education equips us with the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue our passions, develop our talents, and achieve our goals.

With each lesson we learn, we gain a deeper understanding of the world around us and ourselves, and we become better equipped to make informed decisions and navigate the challenges of life.

Nasiru Abdulrasheed
Nasiru Abdulrasheed

A Political Scientist and Tech-Journalism entrepreneur.

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