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Education or talent? Focus on weakness or strength?

Saturday, 7 November 2009
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Been Asian, obviously many if not all of us still believe the foundation to a better life is a strong fundamental education. But does education really the most important things in life so that we can make more money? If you know that your son cannot study do you still force him to study? Does the young man have other talent?

There are many very successful and wealthy businessmen that actually do not have any degree, but they are more capable as compare with many others.

In many country, especially in Asian country, when you look at their syllabus you’ll find that the students are put through a very rigorous education system. Their kids definitely learn a lot much more. But do they need all the subjects in the syllabus. The subjects almost include all the subjects that I can think of. Parents who can afford it, pay a small fortunes for their kids to go into private and international schools, which when you are actually look at the qualifications of the teachers and principals, you’ll be puzzled how can they actually charge so much. In the Chinese school system, children are drilled in mathematics and science in many languages, and take home piles of homework on a daily basis. Once start working, all the grown kid will forget many of what they have study.

In some other countries like in Australia, it almost seems that the extracurricular activities take a key place in their early education years. So, how does Australia create so many scientist, musicians, noble prize winners, outstanding sports men and women with such an education system that most Asians would consider very ‘relaxing’?

This is because they emphasis on the strengths rather than the weakness. In Australia, if you are good in a particular subject, you are given the opportunity to go deeper and further into it, whether it is arts, maths, science, or sports. It doesn’t matter. You can opt out of your regular classes and take these extra classes. In some country like Malaysia, most parents will ensure that you are given more tuition, and emphasis is given to the weak subjects. Think of the output of these 2 actions: one focuses on strengths and the other on weakness. Which system do you think generates common results and which promotes excellence?

The same principle would apply when we look at a BaZi Four Pillars of Destiny and FengShui of some houses or offices. I believe it is much better to work the strengths rather than fix the weakness.

If you know that your son lack of concentration in his study, find out his talent and concentrate on it. For example if he likes counting get him to study account. Do not get me wrong when I said “study account” I do not necessary means put him back into school for a few years. The kid can just enroll in some sort of account classes and start doing the actual accounting in a firm. It can be any firm and not necessary accounting firm. If you have your own company you can get him to help you in an actual field environment.

Now let me picked an example. She was born in 2006.

She is a Extreme strong daymaster 專格. Her BaZi chart is full of “Resources” and “Wealth” stars.

Bazi fengshui – education
Chart 1. Her Ta Yun the 10 years luck cycles.

1. She only have an average education luck during his education period.

2. She is smart and talented at figure and like doing business.

His father is a wealthy businessman running a multi-national company. He has the choice to send her to school or staright away involve her in his busniess. But it will be better off for her to finish her study first. Look at all the Ta Yun printed in red. She will be successful.
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