Personally, I have never agreed with how educational institutions operate. You throw a bunch of hyper kids in a classroom at a young age, and punish them when they fail. Kids are taught, you get good grades, you'll get a good job, and you'll live a good life. That is fine if people want to follow that route, although if you looking to live an extra ordinary life, then please proceed to read.
The business landscape is changing rapidly and with the rise of internet use, social media, and content platforms, the speed of communication is having potent effects on the business world. For Entrepreneurs that are willing to adapt and are open to change, it appears to be a new age of limitless opportunity. Companies with limited internet involvement, specifically social media attention and influence, are running the risk of being left behind.
Most people would think of a classroom when you mention the word learning. This is completely wrong, entrepreneurship is the truest form of learning. Why? Because you learn from failure, not memorizing predefined answers on a one time test. In a classroom setting, failure is frowned upon. In entrepreneurship, failure is encouraged. When you fail early on, then you can use your mistakes to rebound even stronger.