Very motivating article.
However, is there actual statistical evidence that show C students are more “successful” than A students?
Would be interested to see some numbers..
Just based on anecdotes, it seems like some C students are more successful than A students, but some A students are also more successful than C students.
When you make a general statement like “C Students Are More Successful After Graduation”, it would be nice to see some research that actually backs this.
Also, random thought, if that statement was also true, we should probably see that on average, most “successful” people in the world (ex. Presidents, CEOs, etc.) are more likely to be a C student than A student? Is that the case?