Let’s face it: Your children are not likely to be above average. Unlike the people of Lake Wobegon, our kids follow a standard bell curve and that means most children will fall into the “average” category. Not brilliant. Not stupid. Just normal kids.
While we like to think that our offspring will, of course, be geniuses, some might be but most won’t. Not being a genius, however, doesn’t mean your child can’t succeed. After all, take a look around you–most likely you and your coworkers fall somewhere in the middle 60 percent of the bell curve as well. (Yes, intelligence has a huge hereditary component, so if you are above average you child has a higher chance of being that way too, but don’t bet your life on it.) So, how best to help your child succeed?
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