How to be More Successful. We all try to get good grades to later get a well-paid job and succeed in life. Most people including our parents believe it is a direct toad to success. However, according to Robert Kiyosaki, author of Why ‘A’ Students Work for ‘C’ Students and ‘B’ Students Work for the Government, it’s actually the other way around. It’s “A” students that end up being employed by “C” students. We found 8 reasons why “C” students are often more successful in life. Now that’s some food for thought if you want to transform your own life or give good advice to your kids.
“C” students question the significance of the academic system. 1:30
They’re not afraid to fail or get bad grades. 2:37
“C” students are risk takers. 3:39
They’re not submissive followers. 4:45
“C” students have people skills. 5:34
They find simpler ways to get things done. 6:30
“C” students are dreamers. 7:16
They have their own definition of success. 7:53
-“C” students are more interested in a straightforward approach and unfortunately for them, academia doesn’t offer that. They hack their way into the system by taking on odd jobs or learning outside of school.
-While “A” students aim for perfection on their first try, “C” students aren’t afraid to fail, even several times! They embrace their shortcomings and learn from them.
-“C” students, who received their fair share of “Fs” in their academic life, aren’t afraid to leap into the unknown. They take calculated risks to figure out what they really want in life.
-“C” students tend to question everything. They’re not the “Yes” group; they’re more like the “Yes, but…” team.
-Besides experimenting in the work force, “C” students also devote themselves to building networks that can benefit them in the long run when they enter the real world.
-“C” students don’t wanna put much energy into accomplishing a task, they’d rather be investing their time and effort in pursuing their dream.
-“C” students are more interested in thinking about what they wanna do in life rather than being stuck in the four walls of a classroom.
-“C” students decide what they want done, and “A” students are good at taking and follow these instructions.
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