Ashton Kutcher has revealed that a speech that Steve Jobs gave on education struck a chord with him.
The 35-year-old actor revealed that in the speech was given by the Apple co-founder to high school kids, who were about to graduate.
He said that Jobs encouraged these kids to go to Paris or try writing poetry or fall in love with two people.
Kutcher said that maybe this standard education wasn't the greatest means to creative solutions, People Magazine reported.
He said that a diverse set of experiences in life could be the greatest education that a person could have.
Kutcher said that he found it to be surprising that would be his opinion, which he believed that Jobs carried throughout his life.
Kutcher added that he believed that it's a value.