Parting Shot

    We C What You Did There

    Issue 160

    License to brag: taken at Pebble Beach Golf Links, California.

    6 comments on “We C What You Did There”

    1. Based on my experiences as a student, employer, business owner, and a husband of a 30-year teacher of middle and high school, this guy, a woman would unlikely have this license plate, does NOT now exhibit the same qualities of character that he showed while being a C student. The qualities of persistence, self-discipline, commitment to learning, passion, creativity, desire to improve, and optimism needed to succeed above others were neither shown nor addressed in his academic career.

    2. A lawyer?

      Based on the old joke about the “A” students becoming politicians, the “B” students becoming Judges, and the “C” students making all the money?

    3. I just saw a post online somewhere about a recent study that examined the school grades and adult economic circumstances of a large sample of the population, and they found that luck mattered much more than intelligence to the accumulation of fortunes.

    4. I think a C student is someone who has some potential to be something special. They are not necessarily the most talented or intelligent people that they could be, but they have something that is going to make them great one day. Read https://michaelleander.me/how-to-optimize-your-education-for-best-grades/ article to get best grades in exams.They may not be the most gifted student, but they have all the right tools and skills needed to become one of the top people in their field someday.

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