MentorshipRevolution Question Column (3rd edition)

Mission Statement : MR is designing a question column because we truly believe questions are the gateway to knowledge and wisdom. We are encouraging our supporters and the people in societies to seek information that can bring about positive change, individual growth, and community growth.

What’s the deal: As of now MR will randomly answer a question every now and then- that we all have asked once in our life, or at least will eventually. We desire for the questions to be asked by the people, but we don’t have a problem creating them. To send in a question please email the question to mentorshiprevolution 24.7@gmail.com or leave it on a commitment at the website mentorshiprevolution.com. Enjoy reading the column!

This specific edition will be a continuation of the MR Question Column 2nd Edition. But the cool part that you don’t want to miss is viewing an entirely different perspective on one of the most asked questions: “Is College Stressful?”

Instead of the founder of MR answering the question (which I hope you know who that is by now 😊), MR has the founder/blogger of “Afrogeographic- by the name of Alston Clark” answering the same question for you. Alston is an expert of some sort on the college experience being that he has attended Howard University in D.C. In this edition of the question column let’s see what he thinks about college being stressful!

Question #2: College seems stressful. Is it really worth it in the long run?

MR’s Answer/ Alston Clark: Yes, college is worth it in the long run, usually. For many, college can be a place where people are introduced to the diversity of the world while gaining skills that can financially benefit them in the future. This combination makes college definitely worth it in the long run.

Unfortunately, some students find themselves in a major that is uninteresting, at a university that is not culturally enriching in a cosmopolitan sense.
If you find yourself in this last category, definitely consider your options. Do not be afraid to make a switch. Whether that be transferring schools, taking a semester off to save money before attending a community college, etc.

We are not linear people, and many times our educational lives are not linear either. So do not worry if your not where you want to be right now. Plan, seek wisdom, and execute!

You have just completed reading MR Question Column 3rd Edition! This time you gained new perspective from a different visionary and man himself. Thank you Alston Clark for being kind enough to be featured on this edition of the question column. Hopefully there will be more collaboration in the future (MR is confident there will be)

! If you are interested you can find more about Alston Clark at his own website Afrogeographic.com. Again, we enjoyed answering this question, and if you have a question you want MR to answer please email it to us at MentorshipRevolution24.7@gmail.com!

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