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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I give this video a 0/100 because if straight A students watch this, they're probably going to purposely get C's and D's after hearing this. Having that happening, their parents will be mad and that will put stress on the child.
It doesn't mean that they're C students, they are not already afraid of failing. Some might be afraid of failing but still doesn't work hard so they get a grade of C. And some A students don't aim for perfection, just like me, and my other classmates, besides, it's just normal to fail as long we learned something from it.
#3 *C students find simpler ways to get things done*
WoHt? So some A students don't know how to find simpler ways to get things done?
We're not friends anymore, *Brightside*
*cries and walks away*
LoL JuSt KiDdInG
No this is simply untrue. You can’t just sight one person you need sight sources . Don’t just make s**t up and say you proved something. If you actually look at the statistics people that go to college earn on average twice as much much per year.
and he forgot to mention, F students become a (president/PM), like Donald Trump.
not necessary to say, but I’m a straight A student and I know why am I working hard for. so, most A students know what their final destination is and they know how to get there(I am not saying C student don’t).all I am trying to say is, they got an A for a reason.
This might be true in other parts of the world except from India. Parents are soooooooo passionate about academics and that's for a good reason. If you don't pass or get good grade than you are done! Only 'few' people achieve success like Bill Gates and Marc without good grades. I don't wanna hurt anyone, just saying the fact guys. I myself am not an excellent student and I know a lot of hurdles are to come in life very soon. Best of luck for your future in academics(other activities to) and life!
This video basically explains most celebs and billionaires Richard Brandson did terrible in school yet one of the richest men in the world bill gates dropped out of college and has been the richest man on the earth numerous times
Mix of A/B/C/D student. So many useless classes the current academic system forced me to take just to get more money out of me. I excelled in classes I found useful or that interested me while I just passed or just skimmed by in the ones I found useless or uninteresting. Spent the time during those classes continuing my education on the ones I found most useful.
i do all of the stuff that the c student is doing, but i'm still top of my school lol. I don't see the point in finding x but any situation that i can see myself using in the future (especially monetary stuff) i get A*s in but something that i can't see the point in i get Bs in
Its not about grades, its about intelligence and mentality, C students arent smarter nor better than A students, its just that A students which learn everything word by word and forget it in 2 days dont end up in a nice job, it doesnt mean all A students are like that, this video is complete BS, coming from a B student
I was a C student all thy elementary and high school, I graduated high school and immediately went into the workforce, work in a package plant, a sugar plant, ran a minnow trapping business, worked as a farmhand, worked for a tourist resort, worked in a manufacturing business, then worked a newspaper route (200 miles long), for 5 yrs I worked and struggled from the age of 18 to 23, then I took a gamble and opened my own auto shop, starting small, my father was a mechanic so I learned from him, and after a couple years, I had expanded my shop into a massive business and have at least 10-15 mechanics working under me (bare in mind I tried college at one point and dropped out cuz all they did squeeze my money out of me)
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