A US Army veteran is inspiring people all over the world as his tale of success spreads.
Joshua Carroll joined the military right after the World Trade Center attacks. Instead of going to college, he decided he wanted to serve his country. After three deployments in Iraq, Carroll found himself back home and suffering from PTSD. He was working as a janitor at a school when he noticed a book by Stephen Hawking sitting on a shelf. He then decided to pursue his long-forgotten dream of becoming a physicist.
In order to enter the physics program at Radford University, Carroll had to pass an entrance exam and learn advanced mathematics, all in less than a month. Using YouTube videos, Carroll was able to pass his exam and eventually graduated at the top of his class and began working as a physicist.
This is a great reminder that it’s never too late to follow your dreams!
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