Tuesday, November 19, 2013


THIS follows my last post.
When you do have children (if you do not have any now) groom them to be the best while they are still small.
(Some start when they are in the womb?)

Do not wait for teachers in school to identify their skills and potential and suggest what you should do to improve or realise those.
You make the start – like Akim Camara’s mother.
Camara learned to play the violin before he could properly talk and use his potty. The mother believed in him and signed him up for lessons.

Educationists and psychologists say the most formative years of education start from birth to about five.
If you leave the child to work on a skill until they attend school ... you are late.

Please, do not be late.

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