Creating a better Mzansi through sport and development
Our educational system that is obsolete and out of touch with reality. Today we believe that the current compulsory schooling system does not work to foster a democratic way of life in our time of today in the Information Age! It happens rarely, but whenever I do read a newspaper, listen to the radio, or watch television, on a variety of topics, I find myself wondering, "How? How can this happen? How can people be so gullible?" I am a new form of education and schooling. My mentors are my conscience. They taught me to hate school and love learning. When we speak of life changing business education, I speak of education powerful enough to change a caterpillar into a butterfly. We recommend an educational plan that has the power to make that much difference in your life. You can’t control where you come from, but you can always control where you are going and every day may not be good…but there is something good in every day. So if you want to stay poor and just be an equal then school is the prefect places to learn to do and be just that.
We believe how compulsory public schools train children to be employees and consumers but are not taught how to become business owners, investors, leaders and achievers in a free South Africa. Now could it be that our schools are designed to make sure not one of them ever really grows up? Do we really need school? I don't mean education, just forced schooling? Six classes a day, five days a week, and nine months a year, for twelve years. Is this deadly routine really necessary? And if so, for what? Don't hide behind reading, writing, and arithmetic as a rationale, because over 1 million happy home schooler's have surely put that banal justification to rest. Even if they hadn't, a considerable number of well-known individuals never went through the twelve-year wringer our kids currently go through, and they turned out all right, no they created the world me and you live in today, individuals such as George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Bill Gates, Michael Dell, Ted Turner, Henry Ford, Steve Jobs, Opera Wingfery, Steven Spielberg and this is just to name a few. These people dropped out of school and built successful businesses, as well as being President of the most powerful nation in the world