Is it wrong for parents and teachers to tell young people "You can be anything you want to be in life" when it's clearly not true?
Rajesh Pathak
Parents and teachers need to be realistic in approach. To motivate someone doesn’t mean to create rainbows for them. Once kids grow up and start facing struggles to get jobs or their first professional break, they start thinking that only they are the losers as others have all they want. Then there are times when they lose their hard-earned jobs too. Many times, they don't get the work that they have dreamt about for long. They need to make compromises in life.

Realistic and truthful motivation will create a real and better picture of the world. That will help the kids to grow with a more matured mind and they will be ready to face the real-life challenges without losing patience or without getting demotivated with rejections.