Moooaoa Jiaou
Moooaoa Jiaou thanked Darik Majoren's answer

Get an MBA in at a college that offers a Co-op program comparable to Northeastern university. You will get both experience and your degree, and most likely a job offer for when you graduate.

I recommend you work for someone else for 2-5 years before opening your own business as well.

Moooaoa Jiaou
Moooaoa Jiaou thanked Wesley Crusher's answer

Neither. People who are getting MBAs are already accomplished in their career. Any legitimate MBA program requires real world experience and references. A CPA is what you get if you want to be a top level accountant. That's it.

Entrepreneurship doesn't require a degree. A degree in whatever you like which you can use to … Read more

Moooaoa Jiaou
Moooaoa Jiaou thanked Wesley Crusher's answer

My girlfriend has a CPA and worked for Ernest and Young for 4 years, hardly the boss of society. More like 60-80 hour work weeks for a mere 80k or so. At some point it goes up to 120 hours. Slavery I'd call it! And it's not exciting work either from what I gather.

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Moooaoa Jiaou thanked Ancient Hippy's answer

All fighters wear a mouth guard that HELPS to protect the teeth. That's no guarantee that you won't lose teeth though. If you are really that concerned about it, you should consider something other than MMA fighting.