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There is something very odd about a society where the most talented people all get tracked toward the same elite colleges, where they end up studying the same small number of subjects and going to the same small number of careers. And that strikes me as a lack of diversity in thinking about the kinds of things people should be doing that’s very limiting for our society, as well as for students.

Serial entrepreneur Peter Thiel, founder of PayPal, the first outside investor in Facebook, and author of the excellent Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future, visits The Tim Ferriss Show

Complement with Kio Stark on how to counter the industrialism of higher education

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Open at your own speed, but open.
Dig what’s happening to you.
By “dig” I mean get into it. There are lessons for you there. And when it gets uncomfortable, that’s an important time to open and dig. There’s treasure in them thar hills.
Jeff Bridges via his Reddit AMA