1995 Back to School
After almost 2 years spending time in the family business, he was able to leave the company and went back to school. He discussed with the school management: they would accept that he lost 2 years school and suggested he used this experience as an internship.
So, he ended up in the same class as he left, 3rd grade. All his old classmates meanwhile moved to the 4th grade. His new classmates didn’t have a clue who he was and where he came from.
There was another difference with his other classmates: he was connected to a business while attending school. In every break of the day, sometimes even during class, he was making phone calls or was somehow not studying.
It was difficult to focus on study while his company at home also required his attention.
He missed a lot of classes, and then just before the exams he had to catch up again.
Then he sometimes studied until he fell asleep at the table. Graduating from the Logistics University was not a gift, he had to pay a high price.