Just because there are some YouTubers that have been successful does not mean that your kids will be.
Consider the difference.
The internet has given virtually every kid in America the dim hope of being a celebrity. And for what? For showing the world their dinner at the Olive Garden? Parents; please let us not lead our kids to believe that there is a future in getting the whole world to make them millionaires simply for having a heartbeat and fogging a mirror. Lets help our kids understand that success requires some kind of useful skill, some kind of talent. Something that genuinely benefits other human beings, and/or advances the human race as a whole.
Don’t be like those delusional parents on American Idol who are mad at the world because the world voted their darling offspring’s obvious lack of talent off the show. It’s a classic case of cognitive dissonance.
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