By Robert T. Kiyosaki
The publication urges mom and dad to not be passionate about their children' "letter grades" ("good grades" may perhaps merely suggest they or the scholar themselves have been winning in jamming a sq. peg right into a around hole...) and concentration, in its place, on strategies, rules, and supporting their baby locate their precise genius, their precise reward. the trail they could pursue with a love and real passion.
Robert showcases good fortune tales of "C scholars" who grew as much as be extra special successes – and employed these "A Students"(attorneys, accountants, and different school-smart experts) to paintings of their businesses... whereas the extra regular scholars, "B Students," usually locate themselves in government-type jobs...
Not strangely, Kiyosaki will coin his personal definitions of what "A," "B," and "C" stand for as he offers mom and dad and their youngsters bits of knowledge in addition to insights and instruments for navigating an ever-changing world... a data Age international the place the facility to alter and adapt, comprehend relationships, and count on the long run will form their lives.
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