Ep.34 My Self-Education Plan.Anarcho-Yakitalism Podcast

I talk about my self-education plan. All my goals, all the responsibilities and tasks I plan to take up.

 

Interviewing Cathy Payne of Broad River Pastures: http://www.broadriverpastures.com

I mentioned “Guns and Weed: The Road to Freedom”, check it out: http://www.gunsandweed.com/

The French movie my buddies made: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AujA9WC-BUs

Kings Valley Film Group: https://www.facebook.com/KingsValleyFilmGroup?fref=ts

School Sucks Project: http://schoolsucksproject.com/

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2 Responses to Ep.34 My Self-Education Plan.Anarcho-Yakitalism Podcast

  1. DesuMaiden

    Your list of “University Education vs Self-Education” is pretty accurate. Given the abundance of educational resources outside of the classroom, the real-world is definitely a better place for learning than school. I dropped out of university in my third year of studying psychology, and I don’t regret that decision one bit. And I certainly don’t feel like going back to university. I MIGHT take a community college program in something that interests me, and can build me a successful career. But I can see more and more evidence showing how limited and flawed our education system–which was based on a Prussian military model by the way–is.

    I’ve learned far more useful information on my own and from the help of my friends, family and peers than school has ever taught me. Our education system sucks, and it would definitely be a burden for any child, teenager or young adult to go through. It is all about training you to be an obedient and complicant worker.

  2. Jonah Bodnovits

    Good job Nick. Some good books that I think you should read are “Super speed reading secrets” by Howard Steven Bherg (worlds fastest reader), and “the talent code”. I would also suggest getting some subscriptions to multiple business and agriculture magazines. Good luck with your self education. I would be tempted to do it too if it weren’t for the fact that I’m going into engineering.

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