Everyone knows, Jews are recognized worldwide as “the most intelligent people in the world”. Only 0.3% of the world’s population, but 17% of the Nobel laureates and 30% of the whole world belong to this people.
Jews make up half of the world’s richest entrepreneurs, one-third of all millionaires in the US, and 18 of the top 40 people on the Forbes list (according to 2013 data) are also people from this nation as oil king Rockefeller, financial magnate George Soros, financial magnate Wall Street Morgan… It seems that the most successful people are all outstanding representatives of the Jewish nation.
Not only have good business skills, Jewish parents also have a unique way of educating their children. Their method of educating their children is summed up by the following 8 more precious sayings than gold:
1. Reading is the best way to fill the brain with wisdom
The intelligence of the Jews had a lot to do with their love of reading. Although in poverty and poverty, the Jews had to sell their belongings to make a living, they never thought of selling books. The Jews never damaged a book, they would always repair it if it was damaged, when the old books were unreadable, they would solemnly dig a hole to “bury” them.
Jews are known as the “reading people”, they can read books regardless of time and place, on the street, square or even train station.
It is because of the habit of self-study that is cultivated from an early age that reading has become an indispensable part of the Jew throughout his life. They turn human intelligence into their own knowledge and use it to create values and wealth.
It is for this reason that Jewish parents always teach their children to love books because they know that reading is the best way to fill the brain with wisdom.
2. Learning is non-stop repetition
Jews see learning as “repetition”. Reading, speaking, listening, and writing must be practiced over and over, and what has been learned must be memorized by repetition. This Jewish educational method is quite similar to Lenin’s saying: “Study, learn more, study forever”.
3. You are always unique
Jewish parents attach great importance to building their children’s self-esteem. They teach children to think that we are unique from an early age. Parents encourage their children to pursue everything good and teach them that differences have nothing to do with innate.
This allows the kids to be confident and believe in their abilities from an early age. Of course Jewish parents will also pay attention to cultivating other virtues so that the children do not become arrogantly confident.
4. Don’t judge people by their appearance and don’t discriminate against others
From a Jewish point of view, the difference between the rich and the poor can sometimes be a big one. But they think that the rich are not necessarily happy and the poor are not necessarily desperate. The Jewish people believe in the saying: “Do not despise the poor, for many are also very learned”.
5. Find the reason for failure, not focus on the score
When their children get bad grades, many parents only focus on the grades to scold. But the Jews focus on finding out what causes their children to fail. Because failure is the key to next success.
For example, if a child gets a low score on a test, Jewish parents usually do not criticize their child, but find out the cause and thoroughly solve the problem.
6. Asking questions is the habit that needs to be cultivated the most
If many Vietnamese parents are bothered with 1000 why questions from their children, Jewish parents encourage them to ask questions. Because people with wisdom are skeptics and questioners.
Therefore, Jewish parents always encourage their children to dare to ask questions, to dare to question. When they know how to ask questions, they will ask more and more and when they go to find answers to their own questions, they will learn useful things.
Jewish parents believe that knowing how to ask also means that the child has thought about things. Therefore, if they can discover the answers on their own, they will feel interested in learning and understanding knowledge. Therefore, parents not only encourage their children to ask questions, but also need to listen patiently and help them find answers.
7. Cherish time like gold
The Jews take their time very seriously and this is taught from an early age. This nation considers time as life, as gold and silver, so they always seize every minute to have the opportunity to develop and break through.
According to Sina
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