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*This boxed set is also available as two separate audiobooks* Do you want to succeed with your kids? Are you totally nailing it, failing miserably, or just want to up your parenting game? Now more than ever, in a fast-paced, ever-changing world, with more opportunity for success than there ever was before, it is imperative that parents teach and prepare their kids for success through a strong responsible character, resilience, and a can-do attitude. In order for that to happen, it starts with first getting our kids to listen to and respect us. This two-in-one bundle will help you to do both. By following the step-by-step instructions in this book, you will unlock your kid’s hidden potentials all while having respectful, open communication with them. Book One, How
*Additional audiobooks by this author also available, including a boxed set containing this audiobook* What are the strengths of your children? What are their weaknesses? Are they responsible, or are they dependable? What would they do in a situation if...? If you haven’t asked yourself these questions about your child before, then it is time to start before it’s too late. Education is important, but character even more so. And it starts in the home. Children are a direct reflection of their upbringing. How they handle themselves, unexpected problems, setbacks, rejection, or the harsh reality of the world all depends on how and what they were taught. It’s a big but important task, and you may even feel unqualified for the job, but this navigational guide is all
*Additional audiobooks by this author also available, including a boxed set containing this audiobook* In an age where technology rules with an iron fist and attention spans are becoming shorter and shorter, it is becoming increasingly challenging for parents to not only keep their child’s attention but also to get them to listen. And it all starts with how we talk to them. Believe it or not, how you speak to your child determines whether they will listen to you or not. You are at war with outside influences on your child’s behaviors and reactions. For this reason, wise and tactical approaches are recommended to not just win your child over but to have their utter and complete respect. With a no-nonsense, straightforward approach, How to Talk to