In some culture, children are often told that they can achieve anything if they try hard enough. What are the advantages and disadvantages of giving children this message?

In some
of
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the education, teachers and parents will tell their children that if they work harder, they can reach any goal.
This
type of strategy may benefit
to
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some pupils,
however
, it may have some negative impact on others. In
this
essay, I will briefly explain both sides of
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and give my own opinion.
First
of all, for the benefit,
this
educative strategy can motivate youngsters to put more effort into any situation, regardless of what the
result
is. If the outcome is successful, the young generation will become more ambitious and have
confidence
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to conquer difficulties in their future.
Although
the
result
is
failed
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, they will not
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their confidence simply.
Therefore
, they can bear adversity and prepare to cope with
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challenge. They will have
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optimistic mind to deal with any problem.
On the other hand
, without any success, some young adults may become pessimistic because they will find out
this
statement is not always the truth. If they can not undergo failure, they may think that
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is meaningless. For those who have
successful
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outcome
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, they might become
overconfidence
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and self-satisfied.
This
characteristic will lead them to a negative cycle when they get into trouble. It will be hard for them to comprehend the reason why they failed. To sum up, it seems that there have both advantages and disadvantages whether the
result
is.
Beside
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the outcome, I think it is significant for adults to tell children not only
try
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harder during the process but
also
the way they look at the
result
. If the children can look at the positive way, they can put more effort into any difficulties which they will meet in their future life.
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