As many of you know, I am a young adult very interested in the Green Industry. I have a very successful business going for me, and plan on doing this forever; it's what I truly love to do. Lately though, I have had some problems with time. I am trying to manage a relatively large business (that is growing at a very fast rate), while also taking a full load of horticulture and other classes in college. Things are starting to stress me out really bad, Ive only been getting about 4-5 hours of sleep each night because I have been doing something related to the business or school (often times having to sacrifice one thing in order to do the other) and quite frankly Im becoming very physically stressed do to no sleep. Heres the main question something that is also bothering me because I understand the importance of a good education now days, and really dont mind school at all. I am considering (after this semester) in January not going back to school for a semester and concentrating fully on the business. Do you think this is a smart idea? Its not a matter if I can make money or not, its a matter of doing something I really love to do and concentrating on it. Its also not a problem with me finding the work; I already have enough work for 40-45 hours each week (I consider myself full time) and often times I am turning it away. I guess the hardest thing for me is knowing that when I leave school that I may never go back (even though I say I will), and may regret not having the degree down the road. What would you do? If I end up staying in school and finishing it out I am thinking about going solo again and cutting back on everything but about 25-30 of my best paying residential yards, but if I dont continue with school I might even add another person and about 10 or so more yards. Please give me all the advice that you can, and lead me in the direction that you feel is best for a 20 year old who plans to stay in this industry the rest of his life.