|Topic||CFA + MBA +... or Freemason?|
|I always wanted to know, how many people here have tried (and/ or succeed) in during any so called "secret society"?
It seems like people spend a lot of time and effort getting every certificate, degree, charter under the moon, but after all, these do not guarantee success and money. Isn't it worth the while to at least try to get yourself involved in some kind of "brotherhood"?
It doesn't have to be freemasons, but it's just one of the examples where members are all elite and they have all kinds of network to give their members all kinds of privileges. Definitely more universal and powerful than a Harvard business school degree... and quite honestly, the chance of getting into one of these societies is probably higher?
Mnd to share your thoughts/ experience guys?
|Anyone go to the George Washington Masonic Temple in Arlington, VA, near Washington DC?
When I lived in DC, a friend visited and we went there... and that place was just weird. The building itself is nice, but it definitely had this quasi-sinister secret society feel to it. It just permeated the air, like a warm fog in the middle of the night.