The jig is up. College is no longer the golden ticket to success, and students are starting to see through it. We are a generation that wants to make a life instead of just a living. We are choosing ourselves, dropping out, and living life on our own terms!
Sounds like a dumb idea? An escapist fantasy? Only to those too mentally enslaved by the system to think outside the box! In DropOut, Rueben L. Carter guides renegades and tapped out students in making a rational decision to leave college in order to chase their true passions in life. The audiobook explains how to say "Screw you!" to the naysayers, and finally be able to do what you want to do. You'll learn:
With several case examples to demonstrate the possibilities that abound, this bold and practical guide will give you the courage to be the person you're meant to be.
Break free. Pursue your passion. Change the world!
Would you consider the audio edition of DropOut: A Rational Guide to Making the Decision to Leave College and Start Life on Your Own Terms to be better than the print version?
i think the voice can convince anyone to do anything it phenomenal
What other book might you compare DropOut: A Rational Guide to Making the Decision to Leave College and Start Life on Your Own Terms to and why?
not sure its one of a kind to me
Which scene was your favorite?
the whole book sorry if that too vauge its just really good especially the audio version
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
neither the voice over had me so determined to finish it
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
The most I can say is thank you. Thank you for helping me realize I’m not a freak a failure or a loser. And most of all thank you for helping me realize I’m not alone in this.
This book has helped me greatly. I'm surprised there are very few books on this subject. it should not be a taboo. To the writer: Thank you for sharing your experience with the world.
I listened to this audiobook because of Angel Clark. I truthfully wasn't sure what to make of it.
It is well-written, and honestly I enjoyed listening to it.
I feel that it would be very helpful to anyone considering dropping out of virtually anything in life. And that goes for their (supportive) family and colleagues.
And kudos to Angel for making it a very enjoyable audiobook!