In some ways, I think so. I went to college and had a great time, but for the career I have now, I didn't need the skills. So now, since I have so many student loans, I'm much less risk-averse than I would be otherwise.
I'm not saying I'd be some super successful, rich philanthropist if I had dropped out didn't have these loans, but I do feel there are some situations in the past where I might have opted for a different route instead.
I see your point of view. Yes if course you would choose another path if you get back in time, because Desi in 2019 is much more mature and goal oriented than Desi in 2010 let's say.
You can be super successful if you aim high and dream big :)
2010 Desi was truly a mess 😂
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