Preparing Kids to Be Successful

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All parents want their kids to be successful. They want their kids to be independent, self-reliant, functioning adults that can make their own way in the world. That doesn’t necessarily mean that the kids will grow up to be rich, but that they will be able to handle their own affairs, live independently of their parents, hold down gainful employment, and make smart decisions. It means that they will be able to make the most out of whatever money and opportunities they encounter along the way.

To that end, many parents believe that the right school education will ensure success in later life. They fret over school and curriculum choices and pay hefty fees for private education and tuto


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One Response to Preparing Kids to Be Successful

  1. Gail says:

    Absolutely! And above all don’t constantly keep telling your kid “you don’t want to do that” one of my mother’s oft repeated phrases and then she wonders why her kids, though talented and smart, don’t have decent jobs.

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