- Kids who are deemed as "hardheaded" may not necessarily mean that they are bad because this trait could also help bring them to success
- A study looked at 700 kids from the time they were 12-year-old until they were 52 and they found that rule breakers were also among the highest achievers
- This includes children who would not immediately follow their parents but would always have questions to their parents before they yield and follow
- Although the study suggests that those rule-breakers tend to become the highest achievers, it also stated that it does not necessarily follow that when one disobeys, he will become successful and that parents still play a very important role
Parents may not worry too much now if their kids tend to be hardheaded because a new study revealed that these kids have the tendency to become successful later in life.
Psychology Today stated that a 40-year-study showed that defiant kids who tend to break the rules are more likely to become successful.
Parents Together noted that those children who had "perfect behavior" were not always synonymous with success in adulthood.
Those who tend to get taken to the principal's office often end up successful business owners later in life.
Some school dropouts who built empires include two of the foremost names in the tech industry - Bill Gates and Steve Jobs.
There are many great kids' success stories in the entertainment industry. Jana Agoncillo at a young age was already able to start building a home for her family. She showed this in an IG post recently.
Another kid was Elha Nympha. Her performance of "Chandelier" amazed the international audience. One of them was Steve Harvey.
Elha rose to fame in 2015 when she won "The Voice Kids" Season 2. In 2016, she released her first studio album entitled "Elha."
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