Empower Kids…
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Mindset Skills are the Key.
Stories are the Answer!

Empower Kids…
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Mindset Skills are the Key.
Stories are the Answer!

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You will always miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take

This is a powerful quote from Wayne Gretzky, one of the most famous and highest-scoring professional hockey players of all time. It is also a very powerful lesson to share with your kids. So many people, kids and grownups, let their dreams stay on their “wish list” instead of putting them on their “to do” list - leaving them there to wither as...

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Teach Your Children to be Their Own BFF

There's nothing like best friends - they can make you feel great because they see the best in you.  Wouldn’t it be great if your BFF (best friend forever) was always with you!  Well that can happen…when you become your own BFF! Now this might sound a little silly but please hear me out. Teaching your kids to become their own BFF can be one of the...

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Does Self-Doubt Mean a Lack of Self-Confidence?

How to calm your nerves and build self-confidence before you do something new! Do you ever experience self-doubt when you’re about to do something new? Do you ever get the jitters and feel nervous? Do you ever wonder where your self-confidence has gone when this happens? Guess what…you’re normal! You’re supposed to feel a little nervous before...

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How to talk with your kids about grades

How to talk with your kids about grades

Whether your kids tend to earn A’s, B’s, C’s, or F’s, kids often define “who they are” based on the grades they receive.“I’m an A-student”“I’m not very smart”“I’m an average student”Unfortunately, when kids label themselves based on grades, it can have a negative impact on their self-esteem – even for “A-students”.  If they bring home...

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When you know better you do better

When you know better you do better

  When Kids Know Better, They Do Better. This is one of Oprah Winfrey's favorite quotes and we think it's a great quote to share with your kids. Oprah first heard this quote from Maya Angelou, after sharing her embarrassment about some of the decisions she had made during her twenties.[1] Maya encouraged her to release...

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How Life Coaching Kids Differs from Parenting (video)

How Life Coaching Kids Differs from Parenting (video)

    Click Here for Special Report Mentioned in Video   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 others and learning how to behave. In fact, what kids learn in our program,...

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Three Steps to Help Kids with Back-to-School Anxiety

Three Steps to Help Kids with Back-to-School Anxiety

Returning to school after a long break or starting school for the first time can bring up difficult emotions for children, such as fear, anxiety, worry, and stress.Here are three steps you can take to help kids with back-to-school anxiety and smooth the transition, if your children are feeling uneasy about the upcoming school...

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Is Your Child Afraid to Fail? Two Reasons Why Kids Fear Failure

Is Your Child Afraid to Fail? Two Reasons Why Kids Fear Failure

Have you ever wondered why children often shift from believing they can do anything at the age of four, to becoming afraid to take risks by the age of 7?Developing a fear of failure is common during the elementary school years as kids often face their first disappointments – failing a test in school, missing an opportunity to win the...

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