Jaden and Willow Smith know the privilege and the opportunities that are offered to them, that are very few among the others in the age group. Jada Pinkett-Smith and her husband, Will Smith, would surely teach their children about the privilege early on.
"There are two things with my kids that I think really worked well," Jada told participants at the Sundance Film Festival on Sunday (January 27). "As much as people had with me about having them working early, I did not want them to grow up thinking that because they were in the middle of wealth, they did not have to work hard or work alone." said the celebrity's mother.
"They have been able to see that there is life beyond all the glare and lights," continued Jada Pinkett-Smith. "This was very important to me, that they understood that listening to you are really privileged and you must learn how to offer and offer yourself and be in the service of the world. I think Will and I always lead with this.
Jada told the Sundance Film Festival participants that their children learned that their hard work, not their parents' work, would lead to success. "They have to see very early, life is not a game and all of this is not yours," Jada revealed. "Dad and I worked for all of this," she continued. "I would tell them:" Your room? This is temporary! This is not your room, it's a room you're using in our house. "
What is the next level of business for the Smith family? We have to keep watching to find out!
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