How Children Succeed
- 12 Steps to Help Prepare Your Kids for Success
- Narrado por: Amy Abell
- Duración: 3 horas
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What are the strengths of your children? What are their weaknesses? Are they responsible, or are they dependable? What would they do in a situation if...?
If you haven’t asked yourself these questions about your child before, then it is time to start before it’s too late.
Education is important, but character even more so. And it starts in the home.
Children are a direct reflection of their upbringing. How they handle themselves, unexpected problems, setbacks, rejection, or the harsh reality of the world all depends on how and what they were taught. It’s a big but important task, and you may even feel unqualified for the job, but this navigational guide is all you will ever need.
In How Children Succeed, Rachel Burgess offers a 12-step guide on how to raise your children as responsible adults of character and resilience. A mother of three, Rachel not only advises from a place of experience, but from confidence in the results of her daily-tested strategies.
Here’s a peek at some of the topics touched on:
- Teaching responsibility through chores
- Responding emotionally to failure
- Knowing the benefits of high expectation
- Fostering social skills
- Nurturing commitment to learning daily
- Praising kids when they do well
- Promoting healthy choices
- Learning the importance of problem-solving skills
- Understanding the relevance of confidence - physically, emotionally, and intellectually
- Raising an Entrepreneur
Whether you are a new parent, a seasoned parent, a single parent, or a double unit, How Children Succeed is for you. We can never “know enough” when it comes to raising our kids - it takes a village. As the world evolves at such a rapid pace, so do our kids.