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Mindset Skills are the Key.
Stories are the Answer!

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Mindset Skills are the Key.
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10-Year-Old Heather Learns to Worry Less and Build Confidence

10-Year-Old Heather Learns to Worry Less and Build Confidence

  Heather* knew she wanted to change but wasn’t sure what to do.  She constantly felt worried and felt nervous about trying new things.  She also had frequent tantrums that she struggled to calm down from. Heather had seen the positive changes in her brother after he had worked with certified WISDOM Coach® Susan.  She asked her parents if...

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Teach Your Children to be Their Own BFF

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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Using the 7 intelligences to help your kids discover their gifts

Using the 7 intelligences to help your kids discover their gifts

Grades, “IQ” tests, and other standardized tests have caused major debates among parents and the education community because many believe they don’t measure the “whole child”. Although these tests might predict how a child will perform in school, they don’t predict which children will become powerful leaders, accomplished composers, unique...

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How Your Mind Shapes Your World (Power of Belief Systems)

How Your Mind Shapes Your World (Power of Belief Systems)

Have you ever wondered why are some people wildly successful in their lives while others tend to constantly struggle? Have you ever wondered why some people live in fear while others live in possibility? Have you ever wondered why are some people confident and go for it in life while others tend to shy away from new people and new experiences –...

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Bad Things Come In Threes

Bad Things Come In Threes

  I'm sure you've heard this expression before - or at least one like it. But did you know that this expression communicates a limiting belief? It's actually a limiting belief of the worst kind because it will attract negative things to you. Let me explain... You see, every 'mind' likes to be right! If you have a belief that "bad things come...

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I’m the boss of me!

I’m the boss of me!

“I’m the boss of me!” Have you ever heard your child say these words? I bet you have…and probably with an attitude mixed in! These words can trigger a power struggle in many families as parents’ automatic first thought is often, “Oh no you’re not!” But what if your answer was…. “You’re right! You are the boss of you.” BAM No power struggle … …and...

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10 Easy Ways to Connect with Your Kids at Home

10 Easy Ways to Connect with Your Kids at Home

  If you're like most parents right now, you're probably spending a lot more time with children at home during the global pandemic. While this can certainly be stressful as you balance work, online school, and household responsibilities, there are still easy ways to connect with your kids that will make this time count -- and even make some...

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Eight Tips to Help Kids Break the Worry Cycle

Eight Tips to Help Kids Break the Worry Cycle

  Our minds are incredibly powerful. They have the ability to help us create amazing things AND they have the ability to torture us.  A powerful example is worrying.  Many children experience worry – it’s a natural human phenomenon. Worry happens when we have thoughts about a potential threat or problem occurring in the future – something...

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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 school, sports, and even while playing at home. His inner critic was rising and...

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Four Clues to Check In With a Child’s Self-Esteem

Four Clues to Check In With a Child’s Self-Esteem

  How kids feel about themselves is critical for their happiness and success in life, and it's crucial for parents or those working with children to check in with a child's self-esteem.  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....

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