Many of the successful people we have seen today have rich parents. In fact, a whole load of memes have been made regarding that. Rich parents or a strong family background allows for far more resources at their disposal compared to the others, and in the process saving a lot of time. The human lifespan is limited, and by the time an average human gets back up from failure, accumulated enough resources to really have a go at it, he will most likely be old.
That is why when parents start helping their kids from a very young age, the kids will have a much higher probability of doing well. Be it money, network, guidance, opportunities, the rich children do not need to spend time accumulating resources before trying out a venture. They do not need to spend time getting out of the pits of a failure and hesitating whether to try again another round or not. In short, with the resources given to them by their families, they have saved on one very important thing: time.
Time is the only somewhat equal resource allocated to all of us. How we spend our time determines how fast and how far up we climb. Having rich parents is akin to having a speed boost in the game of life. In the time people take to grind 1 project, they have already completed 10. From young, they received a far better education and attained knowledge beyond academics which others spent years getting, they got the opportunities to keep trying, the backing to fail without worry of debt and the network to accelerate any venture they try. That is why successful businessmen like to tell you that they keep persisting despite multiple failures and finally made it out successful. In all their failures they have attained the required experience and wisdom to be successful in the shortest possible time.
That is why people scorned at second-generation rich people when they said they depended on themselves for their success. And that is why first-generation rags-to-riches stories are so inspirational. Because these people defied all odds to stand at the top.
In whatever we do, time management is a critical skill. It allows us, within reasonable limits and in accordance to our situation, to do more things in a given set of time. With this, we either gain skills or experience faster, or try out more things and consequently, achieve a higher probability of success. Different people have different success formulas. There are some who swear by the idea that one cannot just be focusing on one single skill, but the need to have a wide range of skills, ie being the jack of all trades. Then there are those who are the total opposite. In fact, one person who swear by the latter even suggested taking out half of your monthly income to pay people to do the things that you are not good at, just so you can free up more time to focus on your own stuff. But whatever it is, they have one thing in common – superb time management skills. Their difference lies in how they make use of their time.
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