People in The 70s and 80s- “Why Were They More Successful Than Today's Youth”?

People in The 70s and 80s- “Why Were They More Successful Than Today’s Youth”?

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Success is everyone’s goal and what’s so like to live in your dream house, having a well-paid job, and giving your kids and family the best quality of life they deserve.

If success were to be placed on a table, am sure no one will try grabbing it in a hasty manner, which shows how success means so much to people.

Success does not come overnight and the rate of genuine success is very low despite our hard works and hours spent every single day in workplaces and homes.  This is what we are missing that the folks did to achieve success.

In the olden days, there was love and compassion among siblings, families, and friends and some even go to the extent by taking people they don’t know as theirs and taking care of them until they are well to do in life.

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Teachers in the olden days were respected, valued and dignified in the society despite their meager salary. In turn, teachers were teaching children wholeheartedly, with passion and joy. Students benefited greatly from their experiences and storytelling. Children from poor families succeeded easily after school unlike today education is reserved for rich kids.

In their jobs, they give people from all standards and families jobs without second-guessing and being discriminative. So with the positive mindset, it made them succeed in whatever they touch or plan to do…

These were their secrets to success but in today’s world, nothing of such exists. Greed, betrayal, lies, and hate are almost everywhere. Most people don’t want to see their siblings, friends, and families succeed or be more prestigious than them and why do we have to behave so?

Let’s not sleep or downplay our success or other people’s. Being one and loving each other is enough to bring success to our doorsteps.

If success were to be placed on a table, am sure no one will try grabbing it in a hasty manner.

By: Michael Djan

French Tutor and Digital Marketing Blogger/Content Writer and GhanaWeb Professional Reporter/ frencheducationgh.com

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