How 8-Year-Old Cory Learned to Quiet His Inner Critic

How 8-Year-Old Cory Learned to Quiet His Inner Critic

  Eight-year-old Cory was struggling with perfectionism. Each time he made a mistake, he verbally beat himself up and called himself names.(1) Over time, Cory had become so worried about making a mistake that he stopped trying new things or performing his best at...
Three Clues to Keep Pulse on Children’s Self-Esteem

Three Clues to Keep Pulse on Children’s Self-Esteem

Children’s self-esteem, or how kids feel about themselves, is critical for their happiness and success in life. Kids with strong self-esteem feel good about themselves – they tend to stay true to their values, stand up to peer pressure, and go for their dreams....
How Life Coaching Kids Differs from Parenting (video)

How Life Coaching Kids Differs from Parenting (video)

    Get Special Report about Life Coaching Kids   People often confuse “life coaching for kids” and parenting. But life coaching goes beyond the traditional parenting roles of moral and character development, and it goes beyond learning how to treat...
What Kind of Mark Did You Make Today?

What Kind of Mark Did You Make Today?

Checking in with your children each day is a great way to help them remember their values and to focus on the type of person they want to be. And a great question to ask each night is, What Kind of Mark Did You Make Today? You see, every time we are with someone we...
How to Figure Out the Perfect Time to Go for Your Goal

How to Figure Out the Perfect Time to Go for Your Goal

 You may have heard statements like these before…As soon as I have more money…As soon as I have more time…As soon as I’m a little older…then I’ll go for my goal!When deciding the “perfect time” to go for your goal… you must look out for a sneaky dream-stealer called...