…and here’s what they’re missing out on by skipping college: how to make real, genuine, accidental…
Anthony Mahramus
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As someone who went through four years college, almost none of the “accidental” friendships I made there were truly rewarding, perhaps because the interests I had were largely not shared by the people I was surrounded with. The value of serendipitous accidents is largely a self-congratulatory rationalization offered by people who don’t value their time or don’t have overarching goals in life. Accidents that do lead to rewarding relationships are more likely to happen in a place where there are groups of people that share common interests, which for many is the Bay Area.

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