Am sure this is not the first time you have come across this topic.
In an analysis of the members of the Forbes 400, the 400 richest men and women in the world today, researchers found that a person who dropped out of high school and who made it into the Forbes 400 was worth, on average, $1.2 Billion more than those who had completed college or university.
There are a record 2,208 billionaires in the world, according to Forbes’ 2018 rich list
The reason I mention this is because many people feel that if they didn’t get good grades in school they are permanently limited in what they can accomplish later in life. Nothing could be further from the truth. Some of the wealthiest, most successful men and women in the world, did poorly in school.
Remember the question, “How do you eat an elephant?” and the answer, “One bite at a time.” This is the same way that you become absolutely excellent at what you do. You move to the top one step, one skill, one small improvement at a time.
So what is your opinion on this topic today. Is having an education essential to success?
Meadow Hall Foundation through its School Adoption Programme (SAP) provides infrastructural.and educational support to schools, pupils, teachers, and the host communities.
It was a successful outreach with Meadow Hall group last Friday. Over 400 pupils who are have been assisted to get settled in this academical session. It wouldn’t have come through of not for you guys kind donation and support.
Am very happy and glad that we at Motivated And Free did our bit and supported this great initiative. We use this medium to thank the management of Meadow Hall Foundation, for trusting us and making us one of their media partners. God bless.
In our world today, the academic expectations placed on our children has increased significantly compared to times of old. Such expectations most of the time lead to frustrations especially when environmental and sometimes biological and psychological factors don’t work in favour of the child. Research has shown that many children suffer from Depression and Anxiety with a strong link to their academic performance. Coupled with other reasons, its no wonder many children find it difficult adapting and reacting to the ever changing expectations of the society.
If you are an educator or parent, join us on the 28th of April 2018 as we unravel the reasons for these challenges our children face and learn the psychological principles for getting the best out of your child. See you there!!!