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Without the money in the first place they would not be in a position to make money.
So the statement in it self is full of bull ****.
Wealthy parents may not necessarily spoil their children by doing everything for them - but one thing they do, is giving them a good education - and bags of confidence. They know they're going to be successful because they've been told so by parents and teachers, because of who they are.
A person from a poor background won't have that confidence, ragardless of talent. They'd be looked down on, crushed by criticism and ignored. It's been said that, the greatest talents God gave to mankind are buried in the cemetery - people who's gifts were never discovered or regarded as important.
Is Felicity Hannah for real? Does she not think family money, good education paid for by parents, a network of the rich and their brand name had anything to do with their success?
Another worthless article by a dillusional idiot!
Of course wealthy parents open doors for their darling offspring! To pretend otherwise is delusional. They will always have access to money, a good education and a network of talented people that run in their social circles.
Most of us will never have that kind of safety net in life. If your fall is going to be painless, and the bank of mummy and daddy will always fund your hopes and dreams, it will make you confident and equipped enough to pursue whatever it is you want in life.
In answer to your question in the last paragraph, the answer is a slight maybe for one or two at most, tf they did fail their parents would bail them out.
its ok stateing that these kids have made their own way in life but with wealthy fathers such as these who couldnt . it was there to start them off.dont say otherwise. if i had wealth parents i could have done the same instead of bringing up 5 kids on my own and holding down a mon-fri job then having to work sat -sun in another job and still do all my own housework and cooking and providing for my kids. them lot had it easy to begin with. stop kidding yourselves
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