Author: Passivity sets up good students for disappointment in life

In an excerpt from her new book, "The Good Student Trap," career strategist Adele Scheele says many students mistakenly believe that if they do their work, the educational system will take care of them. The danger, she cautions, is that such students often learn to fear failure and never regain the courage to follow their curiosity and passions.

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