Forget everything you thought you knew about how to motivate your child—at school and at home, or to simply get them to listen to you.The secret to good behavior and self-confidence, or even high performance, has little to do with attention or talent. It lies mainly with what we repeatedly and regularly do. In today’s fast-paced and turbulent world, what makes the biggest difference in terms of thriving and happiness for kids (and for parents) is essentially the craving for learning, creating new things on your own, and making sound decisions for yourself. And this emotional intelligence can be cultivated from an early age through repetitive and positive habits. While the old-fashioned carrot-and-stick approach worked successfully in the past, we now better prepare our children for the tumultuous environment we live in through powerful mental habits. We give them the tools to adjust to continuous change, not feel overwhelmed, respond calmly, and always find the motivation within themselves. You can teach your child to be more patient, more independent, and to take responsibility for their satisfaction, even as a toddler and without being lavish nor extremely severe in your parenting style.
Unlock the power of routines for a greater family life, to raise responsible children, and to enjoy hassle-free days!A habit is defined by Wikipedia as a “settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up.” If you are like me and think that regular routines sound boring, but you are still struggling to get your children’s needs to fit to your own lifestyle, not even mentioning finding time for what really matters in life, then this book might give you some framework on how to get your kids more self-sufficient and overall improve your family life. As human beings, we are extremely habit driven. Habits are a big deal. Your habits, or routines, become who you are. Psychologists agree this plays a major role in our characters, especially when forming personality traits in early childhood. With positive habits you can help your child develop top qualities to take into their adult life.
Positive habits can also help you as a parent to free up time and connect deeper with your childIt’ll come easier and easier to have a fulfilled and happy day when you master a few spots in your day. Routines set limits with love and firmness and can put many activities on automatic mode. This, in return, will free up great chunks of time for bonding rather than spending on discipline. Choose and practice good habits and things will come easy for you and your family. Habits impact our success in just about everything we do, be it health, relationships, sports, school, or any activities.
Say goodbye to constant arguing, raise confident and caring children who thrive, and have more fun in your parenting roleInside the book, you’ll discover:
Get ready for radical family life changesFree Bonus The books come with printable visual charts for creating your own routines. Don’t forget to download them. Grab your copy and immediately apply those tips to develop listening children and enjoy your family time. Tags: parenting skills, powerful habits, positive habits, power habit, positive thinking, break bad habits, raising children, parenting toddlers ,toddler discipline, children routines, happy children, family time, confident children, rituals, rythm
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Anna Andersen, author of the Zen Parent guides, is helping busy parents develop powerful habits to make family life with toddlers and preschoolers much easier. She gives fresh suggestions on how to solve common challenges with small children and ultimately find simplicity, harmony, and happiness as a family. As a mom of two, her books are always full of practical tips to react calmly and creatively to any situation and to raise self-sufficient, respectful, and happy children. Anna is French and lives with her two young boys and her sewing machine in Munich, Germany.
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