Why Your Children Need To Make Eye Contact When Talking To Others “I have realized how little eye contact we make with others as we rush through our day and how hard it actually is to be fully present in the moment…” – Coach Sabine Brandt from NobilityCoaching.com. Making eye contact is an important element in good conversation skills. We can get so rushed in our day to day … [Read more...] about Teaching Our Children To Make Eye Contact With Others
How do you teach your kids to think for themselves? Last week I had a great visit with a group of parents and grandparents about how to teach children to think for themselves. We all want that for our kids, don't we. Let's talk about 5 strategies for helping kids make wise decisions. 1. The first step is to let your children see how you make good … [Read more...] about Teaching Your Kids To Think For Themselves
7 Ways to Raise Grateful Children Instead of Entitled, Spoiled Kids I've had several people ask me how they can help their children to be grateful for what they have instead of complaining about what they don't have. If you think about it, gratitude is a learned behavior. It doesn't come naturally to adults or children. People are naturally self-centered, but if … [Read more...] about 7 Ways to Raise Grateful Children Instead of Entitled Kids
Savory Greek Salad I'm always on the lookout for yummy, healthy recipes. This week I came across a great recipe for a way to eat more raw veggies - Savory Greek Salad. Give it a try, because I bet you'll enjoy it as much as we did. Ingredients: 1 medium/large chopped tomato 1 medium cucumber, peeled and chopped to bite-sized pieces 1 15 oz. can black olives, … [Read more...] about Savory Greek Salad: Quick and Easy Meal Planning Strategies
Whether you are a family member, a student, an employee, an employer or an entrepreneur, you can greatly benefit from having an ownership mindset and your kids can,too. Mindset is more or less synonymous with attitude. Having an ownership mindset means taking ownership of what you say and do. A person who takes "ownership" of themselves and their surroundings is someone who is … [Read more...] about Do You Have an Ownership Mindset?