I was in conversat5ion with a university MBA one time talking about entrepreneurship. His take on his university education was that it prepared him to be a manager is some large business but didn't do much to promote his becoming an entrepreneur.
I also knew a guy in my small hometown in Kansas with zero college education who invented things (I don't remember how many patents he held, but it was more than just a couple) including building the first self propelled silage cutter. He had a shop, superior mechanical skills, and the wisdom to recognize areas where "work" could be improved and made easier.
Soooooooo college isn't for everyone, and maybe that's a good thing.