This short story may not seem to have anything to do with being a financial planner. But it has a lot to do with success - and that's a concept that's relevant to everyone.

I was a fairly smart kid; the intellectual part of school came easy to me. The behavioral part didn't go so well, on the other hand. By the fifth grade, I was failing five of eight subjects deliberately.

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