Ken Klemm Spring Hill, FL, USA
Hippocrates did not graduate from medical school; he
Andrew Carnegie did not have an advanced degree in
metallurgy, but he hired experts to help him build his
Thomas Edison did not have an advanced degree in
electrical engineering; he invented it and hired
engineers to work for him.
Henry Ford did not have a degree in automotive
engineering, but he hired engineers to work for him.
The Wright Brothers did not have degrees in aeronautics
(both were high school dropouts), but they invented
three-axis control. Their first powered flight lasted
12 seconds, covered 120 feet about 10 feet above the
ground, and inspired engineers to build amazing flying
machines in just a few years.
Neither Bill Gates nor Steve Jobs had degrees in
computer science (both dropped out of college), but
their innovations made computer technology usable by
None of these men would be attracted to participate at
elitesingles.com, which promotes itself as a dating
site for the highly educated. None of the many
millionaires I’ve met in my lifetime were “highly
educated”. They were all craftsmen, farmers or network
marketers. All learned their skills not in the
classroom, but through observation and experience.
A young woman from the Bronx graduated cum laude from
college majoring in international relations and
economics. She displayed no economic prowess at all
when she successfully challenged one of the most
powerful members of her party in a primary vote and
went on to become the youngest woman ever to serve in
the United States Congress.
The skills she employed were honed during her work
waiting tables and tending bar: an admirable ability to
relate to people.
Your Friend and Servant,
Ken Klemm - Florida, USA
P.S. “Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the
lifelong attempt to acquire it.” ~ Albert Einstein