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WHY “A” STUDENTS WORK FOR “C” STUDENTS BY ROBERT KIYOSAKI | ANIMATED BOOK REVIEW
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Hello everyone and welcome to another rocking video/article by Beginner Tuts! Today I’m going to be talking about how I recently felt like a blind man seeing the Sun for the first time: trust me dear viewers, after reading the book “Why A Students Work For C Students”, you will definitely be getting the same feelings and vibes.
In his book, the author Robert Kiyosaki talked about a strange new principle: he believes that schools and colleges release a batch of employees, and in them, there will be the ‘A Students’, the ‘B Students’ and the ‘C Students’. Kiyosaki explains that even though the A Students are the ones who study well, memorize well, and give the best tests, they end up being employed by the C Students, that is, the creative thinkers, dreamers, and future entrepreneurs of the batch. And guys as weird as it may sound, this theory is in most cases true: the C students, that is the backbenchers who have failed a thousand times before finally succeeding in making their own business, become more financially stable than the others. Having failed so many times in their life already, these people knew how to tackle it in their career and were unafraid to take the risk of setting up a new business – a characteristic that is somewhat lacking in a top tier student for whom failure may be a foreign concept. I already talk about this in my other post of “Finding your passion to get successful“. Or you can check out Robert’s Book here: “Rich Dad Poor Dad“.
Now let’s take a second away from Kiyosaki’s theory and talk about another concept, one I am sure that the majority of you watching this video are familiar with: the parent theory. Study hard, get A’s, find a job, buy a house, buy a car… the parent theory goes something along the lines of this. But the flaw in this theory is that it doesn’t let a child find and nurture his own unique gift, and neither does it make them financially stable in the future. If parents could focus on personal development motivation for their children instead, help them find the path they can walk on with genuine love and passion, in the long run, it would be much more beneficial than a stamped piece of paper with a test grade.
In our rapidly advancing world, every graduate wants the things he has been taught to want – the job, the house, the car – and they believe that using the money and investing it into a nice car or home is an asset. In Kiyosaki’s book, we learn that this is not the case. Dear viewers, if you add up the tax payments, fuel expenses, and whatnot, you shall soon understand that these expenses are the reason you are close to getting bankrupt and very, very far from becoming rich. There are far more lucrative ways to invest your money and I will be doing you the massive favor of naming some. If you wanna pay zero tax this year? then check out this book “Zero Taxes“.
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Me: junior high student with intermediate programming skills. A's and B's.
Example kid at my school: obnoxious, doesnt listen, low attention span. C's D's and the occasional B.
Your saying i would work for him?
its all about the B students baby . Plus this video is kinda crap it makes a good point dont take it to literally though if your going to university or college for the parties or because its just something expected of you STOP take a break rethink your life breath and take some time out of school to learn about yourself if you discover you would love a career which requires a degree to get a good foot in the door go to college or uni.
I am an A, B & C student. Recently i’m getting B’s and everyone is getting A’s. They think I’m really dumb. I am forced to do what I do not want to do. Your grades don’t define your intelligence at all. I am a huge lover for success and I have failed a lot of times but I am not giving up. I believe that failure is the key to success. Let’s be fair here, Don’t just think that C students are lazy and dumb and Don’t judge A students for being successful at all times without even failing. We all have plans and decisions and that depends on you. Only you.
The statement "A students work for C students" makes sense, because A students work under the instructions they are given and execute them very well, while C students are more laid back and don't want to work under instructions and prefer to have creative freedom, hence why C students might create their own business in their freedom and A students work under the instructions they are given by the C students, or at least that's how I see it. Of course this is not a generalization (the scenario I listed is probably very unlikely) but in that context it would make sense.
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I think the theory that "A students work for C students" is marketing ploy by rich people so the people will easily look into this and work less and fuck up. Stop settling for mediocrity people, and go challenge yourselves!
Bruh a small amount of c students who just party but got connections make it, if your the avarage joe work hard get your A’s and make a smart choice to get into a field they you enjoy but that is specialized as well
This comment section is not getting the point. Education is important to get a job you also need experience and skill to do the work which schools don't teach. The c student have these and can be successful. They would've experienced failures help them in this
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Exactly! Mom and Dad always just said 'Get good grades Hondeer so you can get into a good college!'
> Okay! So I took easy classes to get good grades.
'Get good grades in College Hondeer so you can get a good job!'
>Ok! Took courses in the Arts because I was really into it at the time. And TBH, the easy courses in college allowed me to start a small business that has thrived over the past ten years. BUT...
Now Im back in school going for a BSE in Auto Engineering becaauuusseee, those easy classes allowed me time to play with what I really wanted to do. Build cars from scratch.
Lesson to anyone reading this: If you have kids, have them take classes in HS that nuture their interest. Not just 'get good grades'. Don't have them just take AP classes either and be a Tiger Mom. That's just as bad. 'Watch OfficeSpace for the destination of those poor souls'
In my country, it doesn't matter whether your an A or C when you were a student. what matter is that you have connections from company or business that you can use after you graduate. Ex. person1 was an excellent student, good grades and achievements etc. person2 bad grades barely pass his subjects, lucky to have graduated. Even though exact opposites they knew each other very well and in good terms.Both of them tried to applied for a job, took entrance job exam, then went through a series of interviews. Person1 did those tasks with ease. Person2 just went through it and wing it leave it all to luck. Person2 got the job because he got connections inside. That's how it works...
A year passed, and person1 tried again on the same company and finally got the job.
The question is....how did the person1 got the job?
99% of the billionaires are dyslexic. Bill Gates dyslexic Steve Jobs dyslexic Richard Branson dyslexic Warren Buffett dyslexic. I really believe it has to do with the brain dyslexic people are very creative. I think if you want to be a billionaire you have to be dyslexic.
I failed a shit ton of exams in my school life.
More than me, or anyone can think of.
I am that boy that dreams off to my wonderland when the teacher was teaching.
*mainly because the teacher was teaching stuff in the language i don't know but me failing is just my part of life anyways*
I never failed once only last year, i was an A student only last year.
This year i am back to my own roots, otherwise, i still need that degree.
I don't care if i am an entrepreneur or what not. I don't wanna be one.
I just want to be an astrophysicist.
This is true there's this one kid in my AP world class and he never has fun. Like I feel bad for the kid. We are doing a class project in the class and he was complaining like "I just wanna do an individual popsicle stick project". All he does is go to school and study, which is good Bc he might go to a Ivy League but he has no atheletic or creative side. I also might add that while I would prefer an individual project as well, the class project we're doing is sooo creative and the kid is afraid because we're going to be losing classtime (even though projects are supposed to be hands on learning.. and plus he would still have to do it on his own and in all honesty he'd probably complain about it taking out of his study time) sry for the people who actually read this rant lol
It's a true fact , working hard all my life and becoming a doctor I earn peanuts from the govt
My friends who didn't study much went on easy or entered business now earning 4-5x of whatever the hell govt pays me
A students can still work well with consistency
Just b cuz they haven't failed before doesn't mean that they would in the future
C students are making a risk starting a business which could make or break their way to being a millionaire.
My grandparents to my parents were all A students. And that's probably why I get to enjoy this luxury today.
C students are more suitable for businesses since they are more social. BUT. Like I said it's making a risk which would be nothing new for them.
We always hear about the ppl like Steve jobs who succeeded and not the ones who don't. Why? Cuz they probably failed and our now living for scraps. But small businesses work fine too
I didn’t know that I was being limited by my good grades I should work harder to lower them only then I can become rich like Jeff bezo, bill gates and warren. Buffett. Oh wait they all had good grades in Ivy League school hmmm....
Bush jr. was a c student and he turned out great as a president. I mean starting and managing a war inefficiently and everything. It’s like he didn’t use family connections or anything to get all of this right, it’s because he was a c student obviously. Guys let’s follow in his foot steps and waste the economy.
Tbh i dont think its the struggle of failure they had went through. It's just that they know themselves that it is extremely useless to memorise things that is in no use at all. In an exam they are testing for your memory. The C students tbh, some would have creativity and critical thinking, shittiest thing is that its way outside of the textbook. What i notice is that they tend to be insterested and curious. Once they are, they would read books irrelevant to what their school are teaching. Im a C student myself, aint saying im smart nor dumb tbh. But persnally i hate how secluded education is. I should be memorisinh for my essay but im reading a book about fashion loool
As a former A student who hasn't progressed yet in his career, I can say that the world of work is much different from University: a firm is an organization of people, stop. If you've never worked in an office you cannot imagine; it's all about your personality, confidence, humility (never complain, but act), discipline etc. Some of my former University colleagues are Project managers or Platform managers and they were A-students. Some have found the right firm, others were extroverted and used to have fun while at the same time get high grades. I think it's all about deciding what you really want to do in your life and overcome obstacles
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