Children who grow up in families who are short of money are better prepared with the problems of adult life than children who are brought up by wealthy parents.
It is the in thing since the beginning of time when the society can define the gap between the poor and the rich. The debate comes with different variety but still emphasise the pros ‘n’ cons of raising a child in short of money family and the wealthy one. Although the argument is far from its conclusion, the idea of having a child in the family with short of income can teach them more valuable lessons on handling the problems of adult life than others. The first example of those children is their resilient and the second one is proactive.
According to recent observation and interview from companies with candidates from the early of Millenial Generation, the majority from the pool are resilient, meaning that they are willing to work and learn after their failure. The critical value of understanding the lesson of failing forward is crucial; these kids shall pick themselves up rather than sitting and wait for support from mentors. The response to a particular scenario is the result of having fewer options to choose and capability to achieve the goal. By all means, they should push their limitation with ideas, craves for knowledge and information, training for skills to assist them to cope with future issues.
Furthermore, being resilient can also trigger the proactive site as the behaviour to acknowledge and analyse the situation, this act will not be done by the kids upon the parents’ protection from a wealthy family because of mindset. The more we protect the child from being fall is the more we prevent them to explore the world and live their life independently. Proactive is one of the many skills that we need to train people in recent years; being proactive can be the result of having an experience in the past and using that scope to overview the current situation and anticipate the next event. So, children with families who are short of money must think wisely before attempting any action.
Notably, the children from families with short of money tend to act with more responsibility, resilient and proactive. Because of their fewer choices, they have to train themselves under different problems and think like an adult, or they will find it very hard to catch up with their lives.