What makes children from the lower socioeconomic echelons w/very little or even no conceivable opportunity become highly resourceful, even successful in terms of education & careers? How does socioeconomic scarcity propels children to become fearless, even fierce in wanting better for themselves? Conversely, what makes children from the upper socioeconomic echelons w/every conceivable opportunity become middling, even meandering in terms of education & career-not to mention unmotivated & failures in those endeavors?
it is a combination of factors. but the most important one is this: As kids they were not robbed of their Selves. They were not bombarded with too much outer stimulation by way of needless interaction or spoiled by being given everything they wanted. They have interest in life and in the comings and goings of the real things in life. They were not coddled and so they have a sense of their own strength. They want to do it themselves and were allowed and encouraged to do so. They were given the experiences which enabled their physical and mental strengths. They were not forced, they were encouraged and introduced and then left alone to practice and experiment. They had common sense boundaries in place. They were not forced. They were encouraged with sensitivity to their ability to be interested and motivated from within on a real level.
In my view.
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