Too Many Parents Intentionally Create Fundamental Failure For Their Children

Fundamental Failure
Having your physical, mental, and emotional needs
in a particular situation neglected or denied,
setting you up to fail despite your own efforts

When parents do not want their children, they neglect their children’s basic survival needs and actively abuse them. In the United States, so many parents do not want their children that children are dying every single day because their parents kill them. And more American parents kill their breathing children than parents from most other industrialized countries:

The United States has one of the worst records among
industrialized nations – losing on average between
four and seven children every day to child abuse and neglect.”

But the number of deaths by parents is probably low.

“Many researchers and practitioners believe that child fatalities due
to abuse and neglect are still underreported. One report on national
child abuse and neglect deaths in the United States estimates that
approximately 50 percent of deaths reported as “unintentional injury
deaths” are reclassified after further investigation by medical and
forensic experts as deaths due to maltreatment (Every Child Matters
Education Fund, 2012)”

For every child who dies at the hands of their parents, other children survive. We don’t know how many children survive the murder attempts. It is likely far higher than the number of children who die.

Every day, parents set the children they do not want up to fail at living. Children who manage to survive can experience failure as adults because their parents neglected and denied their needs. I have first hand experience with the failure survivors experience, because I survived my mother’s two attempts to kill me.

Parents denying their children’s physical, mental, and emotional needs
set their children up for a wide variety of failures
despite their own efforts

“Child Abuse Statistics & Facts”
ChildHelp

“Child Abuse and Neglect Fatalities 2017: Statistics and Interventions”
Child Welfare Information Gateway

“Murder Secret Families”
Paula M. Kramer

“Was I A Loser?”
Paula M. Kramer

“When A Child Goes Missing”
September 14, 2007

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Straightforward Sports Success Makes Other Successes More Likely

Straightforward Success
Having your physical, mental, and emotional needs
in a particular situation satisfied,
setting you up to succeed through your own efforts

When parents, coaches, and teachers satisfy the needs of girls to play sports, they set girls up to be more likely to achieve the following successes through their own efforts. Even just swimming at community pools achieves many of these benefits:

Healthy hearts

Strong immune systems

Resilient bones

Healthy weight

Low risk for breast and other cancers

Low chance of becoming diabetic

Emotional health

Ability to leave an abusive man

Avoiding teen pregnancy

Satisfying girls’ physical, mental, and emotional needs
through sports
sets them up to succeed in all kinds of ways
through their own efforts.

Nike created an ad about many of these successes:

“37 Words That Changed Women’s Lives Forever”
Brian Rea
More Magazine
June 2012, pages 70-75

“8 Health Benefits of Swimming, According to Science, (+5 Tips to Help You Swim Better)”
Jen Reviews

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Eric Cantor’s Blunder Backfired Him Into An Historic Defeat

Blunder Backfire
Your neglect for other people’s needs and passions
backfires onto you as unforeseen blunders

Eric Cantor began serving as the Congressional Representative for Virginia’s 7th district in 2001. He became House Majority Leader in 2011. He seemed headed to succeed John Boehner as Speaker of the House. As time passed, however, Cantor chose “dealmaking” with Republican leaders over “wooing” voters in his district. His staff was “consistently described as aloof”. Community events in his home district became less important than exclusive events all over the country. Cantor ignored the needs and passions of his constituents to focus on his own need and passion for power. Cantor’s blunder made him the first House Majority Leader in history to lose a renomination bid for his position.

Eric Cantor’s neglect for his constituents’ needs and passions
backfired onto him as a historic defeat

“Eric Cantor Falls to Shock Defeat in Primary”
Jack Fitzpatrick and Alex Roarty
National Journal
June 10, 2014

“A Surprising Loss for Unsurprising Reasons”
Ford O’Connell
U.S. News & World Report
June 14, 2014

“Why Cantor chose Bobby Van’s”
Byron Tau
Politico
June 11, 2014

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Introductions Boomerang Back As Beneficial Invitations

Benefit Boomerang
Your respect for other people’s needs and passions
boomerangs back to you as unforeseen benefits

Marie Forleo of Marie Forleo International got her first job after college because of a customer in the bar where she bartended. The customer asked what Marie wanted to do. Marie wanted to work on Wall Street. The customer’s brother-in-law worked on Wall Street. The customer took Marie’s resume to her brother-in-law, and Marie’s first job after college was on Wall Street.

Taking that beginning to heart, Marie began introducing people to each other for their mutual benefit. Those introductions boomeranged back to Marie as invitations to appear with Oprah Winfrey and Anthony Robbins. Marie’s philanthropy brought an invitation from Richard Branson. Branson introduced Marie to a woman he thought could help Marie’s career.

Marie Forleo’s introductions for the benefit of others
boomeranged back to her with invitation benefits she never expected.

“Marie Forleo and the High Art of People Pleasing”
Leigh Buchanan
Inc. Magazine
August 20, 2014

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Fanatical Failure From Denying Historical Facts

Fanatical Failure
Obsessively working against others and depriving others
to satisfy your need to prove that your beliefs equal truth

British historian David Irving has spent much of his life denying the existence of the holocaust. His claims include the following:

Hitler intended only to deport the Jews, not kill them.

Hitler did not know about the extermination of six million Jews.

Because of his claims, David Irving has been “jailed, discredited and bankrupted”.

In 1993, American academic Professor Deborah Lipstadt wrote Denying The Holocaust: The Growing Assault on Truth and Memory. She named Irving as:

“a denier, falsifier and bigot, arguing that he distorted and
manipulated real documents to retell history with his own
prejudice.”

In 1996, David Irving filed a libel suit in the United Kingdom against Professor Lipstadt and her publisher, Penguin Books. He claimed that the book caused U.S. publishers to decide against publishing his biography of Joseph Goebbels.

In 2000, the U.K. High Court heard the case. David Irving lost. People around the world paid attention to this trial. Mr. Justice Gray wrote this in summary of his findings:

“Irving has for his own ideological reasons persistently and
deliberately misrepresented and manipulated historical evidence;
that for the same reasons he has portrayed Hitler in an
unwarrantedly favourable light, principally in relation to his attitude
towards and responsibility for the treatment of the Jews; that he is
an active Holocaust denier; that he is anti-Semitic and racist, and
that he associates with right-wing extremists who promote
neo-Nazism… therefore the defence of justification succeeds…
It follows that there must be judgment for the Defendants.

Irving’s fanaticism left him publicly humiliated. His humiliation is now available for all to see in the movie, Denial.

However, people are finding Irving’s “lectures” about the Holocaust online. He has young supporters. Those young supporters face their own fanatical failure in the future.

David Irving obsessively worked against Holocaust survivors
to satisfy his need to prove that his beliefs equal truth.

“Antisemite, Holocaust denier … yet David Irving claims fresh support”
Carole Cadwalladr
The Guardian
January 15, 2017

“David Irving and why the Holocaust went on trial”
The Telegraph
January 6, 2017

Irving v Penguin Books Ltd
Wikipedia

“London library makes denying the Holocaust a little harder”
Danica Kirka
The Christian Science Monitor
April 21, 2017

“Still spouting poison As Hollywood makes a movie about his views, how Holocaust denier David Irving continues to pervert history (and make money while he’s at it)
David Jones
The Daily Mail
December 3, 2016

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McDonald’s Went Back To Basics For Sustained Success

Sustained Success
Staying on the path of working with others and satisfying others
or returning to a path of working with others and satisfying others
after mistakenly leaving it

Fast food giant McDonald’s first restaurant started out featuring slow-cooked barbecued beef, ham, or pork sandwiches with French fries. The menu also offered “everything from tamales and chili to peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to ham and baked beans” and an “aristocratic hamburger” (History Channel).

When it became obvious that hamburgers were their bestsellers, founders Maurice and Richard McDonald closed the restaurant for three months. They overhauled their business to a self-service restaurant with assembly line production based on specific tasks with many items preassembled. The menu offered only “hamburgers, cheeseburgers, three soft drink flavors in one 12-ounce size, milk, coffee, potato chips and pie.” The new restaurant focused on speed, lower prices, and volume. However, the real success for McDonald’s began only with the brothers replaced potato chips with French fries and added triple-thick milkshakes. Franchises followed in California and Arizona.

Ray Kroc bought the rights to franchise McDonald’s across the country. His first restaurant opened in 1955 in Des Plaines, Illinois. He kept the assembly line, but added automation, standardization, and discipline. New franchisees owners attended Hamburger University in Elk Grove, Illinois. Frank Turner established Hamburger University and wrote the training manual. He succeeded Kroc as chairman.

McDonald’s sales began to fall with competition, nutritional concerns, labor violations, and concerns about cutting rain forests for beef production. In 2007, McDonald’s began expanding its menu. This expansion led to unhappy customers, unhappy franchise owners, and lower sales.

McDonald’s sustained its success “by simply reverting to being McDonald’s again.” Those values were value, quality, and simplicity.

McDonald’s returned to its spectacular success by driving costs so low it could introduce the dollar menu, focusing on food quality and cleanliness, then adding just a few new items to the menu, such as salads and coffee. McDonald’s began removing antibiotics and other ingredients and launched a program to advance sustainable beef production. McDonald’s also returned power to franchise owners. “By putting more restaurants in the hands of our best owner/operators, we’re getting closer to the communities and customers we serve,” CEO Steve Easterbrook.

“The result? From a low of about $12 a share and rampant fears that health-conscious consumers were abandoning the restaurant to a stock price of over $67 and acknowledged leadership in the global restaurant wars.”

McDonald’s returned to the path of working with and satisfying
customers, franchise owners, and investors
after mistakenly leaving it.

“Biggest Corporate Comebacks”
Stephen Simpson
Forbes
June 22, 2010

“McDonald’s Is Cutting A Ton Of Menu Items”
Ashley Lutz
Business Insider
December 10, 2014

“7 mistakes that led to McDonald’s downfall”
Hayley Peterson
Business Insider
May 4, 2015,

“Greenpeace: McDonald’s Fueling Rainforest Destruction”
Associated Press
April 07, 2006

“McDonald’s slide continues as it finalizes plans for turnaround”
Jessica Wohl
April 22, 2015
Chicago Tribune

“McDonald’s Surprising Start, 75 Years Ago”
Xheiarophwe Klein
History Channel
May 15, 2015

“Why McDonald’s Is Banking On Sustainable Beef”
Steve Banker
Forbes
October 16, 2015

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A Forgetful Failure Makes A Life Wonderful

Fruitful Failure
Failure that plants a seed for future success.
 
The movie It’s a Wonderful Life is now a Christmas holiday classic. Produced in 1946 by Liberty Films, it was a box office failure. Liberty Films couldn’t recoup the $2.3 million production costs, closing its doors in 1951. After a number of sales, Republic Pictures ended up owning the film. At the time it was filmed, copyrights lasted for 28 years. Copyrights could be renewed for another 28 years through registration with the copyright office. 
 
The first 28 years of copyright for It’s a Wonderful Life ended in 1974. Republic Pictures failed to register a renewal. The film became part of the public domain. Anyone could show the film without asking permission. This meant hundreds of local television stations could air the film every Christmas. These local airings went on for about 20 years, making It’s a Wonderful Life a success as a holiday classic. Republic Pictures reasserted its copyright in court in 1993, giving airing rights exclusively to the NBC TV Network in 1996.
 
Republic Picture’s failure to renew
the copyright for It’s a Wonderful Life
planted a seed for the future success of
a box office failure.
 

“It’s a Wonderful Life”
Library of Congress
George Thuronyl
December 22, 2017

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Even An Industrial Powerhouse Can Sour When It Stops Doing The Nuts & Bolts Work

Leaving a path of working with others and satisfying others
to focus on satisfying your desire to feel special

General Electric (GE) was formed in 1892, a merger between Edison General Electric Company and Thomson-Houston Company. Over the years GE’s research lab would give the world:

x-ray machines
(including portable ones)

electric locomotive

technology for voice radio broadcast

electric kitchen appliances
(including the first air-tight refrigerator,
making microwave oven technology possible)

trans-oceanic radio

LED lights

solid-state lasers

self-cleaning ovens

magnets that were precursors to MRI machines

fluorescent lights

GE also contributed to:

industrial plastics

early electronics

power generation

aviation
(including trips to the moon)

From consumer goods to industrial machinery to commercial airliners and nuclear submarines to radar altimeters to romantic comedies to Nobel Prizes, GE was the elite of corporate capitalism. In the beginning, GE did the nuts and bolts work that made it an industrial powerhouse.

With success came expansion, and with expansion came the need for more leaders. In 1956, GE President Ralph Cordiner opened a management training center in Crotonville, New York. The training instilled “consistent values across its management echelon.”

End of the 20th century CEO Jack Welch kept the focus on leadership training, but cut research and development. One part of Welch’s leadership training was moving young executives to different areas of the corporation for different perspectives and experiences. That focus was part of GE’s success. But Welch’s cuts to research and development stopped the nuts and bolts work crucial for remaining a powerhouse. GE’s success began to sour.

Jack Welch thought his leadership training could create flawlessness. That belief was part of GE’s souring. Flawlessness is impossible, especially when perspective and experience are limited by cuts to research and development. High quality products and manufacturing took a back stage to low quality financial maneuvers. GE wanted to continue the special industrial powerhouse feeling without doing the nuts and bolts work crucial for remaining a powerhouse.

Under CEO Jeff Immelt, GE turned to acquiring financial businesses, assuming GE managers could fix anything. It turns out that GE managers couldn’t fix the multi-billion dollar pension shortfall that was bigger than any other corporation’s pension shortfall.

The 2008 financial crash exposed the souring. The company survived only through emergency stock sales and government loan guarantees. GE did poorly even after much of the rest of the world began recovering. After becoming CEO in August 2017, John Flannery decided to start selling off pieces of GE to reduce its size, debt, and pension deficit. GE also faced legal issues, including fraud accusations and SEC investigations.

In 1896, GE became an original member of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. It was a continuous member from 1097 until 2018 when it lost its membership. In 2017, GE was the Dow’s worst performing stock.

None of GE’s leaders at least through Jeffrey Immelt saw the opportunities for near flawlessness that Wisconsin billionaire Ken Hendricks saw. Hendricks saw opportunities in focusing on the perspectives of people most CEOs ignore — workers at the bottom. When Hendricks considered buying a business, he listened to what the people at the top claimed about the business. Then Hendricks visited the people at the bottom. Hendricks would ask,

“If you were running this business, what would you do
differently?”

Hendricks told Inc Magazine the results of his conversations with people at the bottom:

“I guarantee if you fixed what they tell you, 95 percent of
the time that would be a successful business. These guys
hit it on the head all the time. But management never
asks them.”

A 95 percent success rate is nearly flawless success.

If an industrial powerhouse can sour, any business can sour. Ken Hendricks demonstrates how to protect your business — small, medium, or large — from souring. He looked for the nuts and bolts work crucial for creating success, then did the nuts and bolts work crucial for maintaining success. For your business, find and do the nuts and bolts work crucial for making your business a success. Keep looking for the nuts and bolts and keep doing the crucial work. You may even create a powerhouse in your industry.

GE left its path of working with others and satisfying others
to focus on satisfying its own desire to feel GE
managers were special

“The bombshell report accusing GE of ‘Enronesque’ fraud is just the latest in the company’s long history of accounting controversies”
Ben Winck
Business Insider
August 16, 2019

“From Light Bulb to Industrial Powerhouse: A Brief History of General Electric Company”
Steve Heller
The Motley Fool
July 12, 2015

“GE’s legal troubles are mounting”
Matt Egan
CNN
February 26, 2018

“General Electric gets booted from the Dow”
Matt Egan
CNN Money
June 19, 2018

“How Do You Make Better Managers?”
Seth Stevenson
Slate
June 9, 2014

“How To Buy A Business”
Inc Magazine
December 1, 2006

“Inside the dismantling of GE”
Matt Egan
CNN Money
June 2018, no specific date on article
http://money.cnn.com/interactive/news/GE-dismantling-interactive/index.html

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Finding Fault Failure In A Modern Day Version Of The Scarlett Letter

Finding Fault Failure
Other people responding negatively to you
because you created a failure they detest

In the 1850 book The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, married woman Hester Prynne had an adulterous affair that left her pregnant. After spending time in prison, Hester had to wear a scarlet letter A so everyone would know she committed adultery. Hester also had to endure public shaming from other people in her town.

While filming the modern day Twilight vampire movie series, stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson became a real life couple. In 2012, the relationship came to an abrupt end when Kristen betrayed Robert. Kristen met up with movie director Rupert Sanders for several public necking sessions. Since Rupert was married, Kristen also betrayed Rupert’s wife.

Twilight fans who found fault with Kristen Stewart’s betrayals erupted with anger. Instead of Kristen wearing a scarlet A so that everyone would know her crime, fault finders wore t-shirts to remind Kristen of her crime:

Kristen Stewart is a Cheater

Kristen Stewart F*cking Sucks

I Wanna Take a Dump on Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart is a Trampire

Fault finders also publicly shamed Kristen Stewart on the Internet:

homewrecker

loser

whore

Kristen SLUTwart

Miss Slutsten

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart reunited for several months, then broke up again. Rumors swirled. The scarlet A followed Hester Prynne to her grave. The word trampire might well follow Kristen Stewart to her grave.

Other people responded negatively to Kristen Stewart
because Kristen created a failure they detest.

Note

Rupert Sanders was equal to Stewart in homewrecking. He also betrayed both his wife and Robert Pattinson. Fault finders did not publicly shame Sanders equal to the way they shamed Stewart. One possibility for the lack of shaming is that Sanders did not have the fan base Stewart had. Another is that fault finders blame women more than men for the same detestable actions.

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 Paula M. Kramer
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Spotlighting The Standout Success Of A 12 Year Old Boy

Spotlighting Standout Success
Other people responding positively to you
because you created a success they value

As told in A Grandson Creates Spectacular Success for His Grandmother, 12 year old Noah Lamaide, grandson of Janice Sparhawk, saved Sparhawk’s house from foreclosure. As news of Noah’s success spread, Internet and television news organizations featured Noah in admiring stories. Noah and Janice appeared together on CBS This Morning.

The spotlights on Noah included:

“‘I never knew that there were so many good people in this world’: Boy, 12, saves grandmother’s house from foreclosure by raising $10,500 in a month”
Daily Mail
England

‘I called our local representative, the governor, the president, not asking for money but asking them to help me find a program and they couldn’t do it. But this 12-year-old could. He saved the house.’
Janice Sparhawk, Noah’s grandmother

“Wisconsin Boy Saves Grandma’s House From Foreclosure”
ABC News

“…always putting others before himself”
Jill Sparhawk Lamaide, Noah’s mother

“12-year-old Philanthropist Noah Lamaide Saves Grandmother from Foreclosure”
Itsy Bitsy Steps

“What a hero!”
Joni Ricar

“Bubby’s Boy! 12-Year-Old Raises Money To Save Grandma’s Home”Global Grind

“…grandson of the year!?”
“The world needs more kids like Noah; what an inspiration.”
The Decider

“Local boy named hometown hero”
KITV News
Sioux City, Iowa

“It is my honor to present a hometown hero award to Noah LaMaide,”
Wisconsin State Rep. Louis Molepske

On The Road
CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley

”…what America really is.”
Steve Hartman

Other people responded positively to Noah Lamaide
because Noah created a success they valued.

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Paula M. Kramer
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A web host transfer made some posts disappear. Luckily, I copied each post and emailed it to myself. Since I alternated success and failure posts, I will have to remove posts and republish them in success and failure order. I will do this as I have time. Apologies.