As a small child in England, I had this dream of going to Africa.
We didn't have any money and I was a girl, so everyone except my mother laughed at it. When I left school, there was no money for me to go to university, so I went to secretarial college and got a job.
My father, who was from a wealthy family and highly educated, a lawyer, Yale and Columbia, walked out with the benefit of a healthy push from my mother, a seventh grade graduate, who took a typing course and got a secretarial job as fast as she could.
What we need to be able to do is count all human experience.
So I would like to count the secretarial positions as good training places to take over the jobs of the bosses.
Everybody had to go to some college or other.
A business college, a junior college, a state college, a secretarial college, an Ivy League college, a pig farmer's college. The book first, then the work.