@soundmoney
8 months ago

Which misconception would you like to debunk?

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I think more and more Millennials and Gen Z kids are made to believe that they are born for greatness and nothing can stop them on the way. More and more schools are becoming lenient with exams and sports and other competitions in turn destroying the confidence of those who work hard and facilitating over confidence in those that take home a participation trophy.

So when we grow up, we enter the real world and everything changes. Those kids who received validation instantly from their social media friends now have to take hour long meeting calls and then wait for days to actually build or deliver something significant.

Since the brains are believing that they are destined for greatness and the social media has taught them it is easy to receive appreciation quickly, their worldview in an office environment is shattered and they end up being depressed because work isn't immediately rewarded and it is HARD.

So if I had to remove the misconception, that would be "you are destined to succeed". Because you are not. You have to work for it. Be patient. Taste failure. Work harder and only then you will taste success. It isn't destiny.
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That people in general, can get wealthy, by working really hard for someone else.
If you even come close, imagine what your employer is making.

I've just always thought, why spend you life, making someone else dream come true.
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The misconception that you must be brilliant in your studies to be successful in life
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That world can be fair to all( every living being) anytime sooon
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Their is democracy in India.
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People with glasses are smart...
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You can't get justice if you are true and poor!
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