That's what I'm talking about. Didn't go to college. Just studied and did it on his own. What I also like is how it was how Eaton corporation, which is just plagued with white collar bureaucracy, with all of its resources couldn't pull off what a man with grit and determination did.
However, I just cringe to think what his daughter is going to go to college for. The irony if she saw her dad, succeed without a college degree and be a self-taught, self-made man, and then she goes and majors in "Communications." God I hope that is not the case.