Raising your child to be a leader is be a daunting task! Know that shaping a leader, one that adds to the world and that leads with empathy, can be done. But what methods do you use to get there..with no rules or regulations, not even a certificate to ensure you know what you’re doing! The reality is, raising a leader is the hardest thing you will ever do. The world shoves methods on how to raise your child at you through all channels. Honestly, the world knows nothing about your child and what methods work for your family.
So, how do you choose? The easy answer: start in your own home, pushing your child to be their best self, molding them to become tomorrow’s entrepreneur or the next big CEO. But, you may find yourself q
“Everyone Gets a Trophy” Method:
Nowadays, everyone gets a trophy, no matter what the team did. We are teaching children that just pure effort is the attribute that the world looks for. It’s NOT! The world is harsh and there is competition on all sides and in every aspect of life, know that your child is competing. Competing for all the things that they want in life. There are hurdles they will have to jump, and just jumping won’t be enough. Furthermore, a pat on the back in the home won’t push them to be a leader either, it may even cripple them in dealing with adversity that WILL COME. They will have to look inside themselves and pull out their competitive edge, the grit that gets them to their goals if you want to raise a leader.
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“Do What I Say” Method:
Moreover, in being a mompreneur myself, I sometimes feel like I have all the answers in being an effective leader and reaching goals. In turn, I feel like somethings will just transfer to my kids right? Wrong! I learned (the hard way) that osmosis is not a way to raise a leader. They will watch what you do in life and make choices on if they want to implement what you do. U
“Let Them Choose The Way” Method:
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More Helpful Hints for Raising a Leader
Overall, we just want to be great parents and we want our children to add value to the world around them. Raising a leader is what I like to believe all parents strive to do. To clarify, the method you use simply depends on you and your child; as no two people are the same, no two people lead the same. Make sure that you are talking to your child about pushing past his or her own limits and really reaching their goals. Try to listen to their input so that they know that you’re not the only leader in the house. Lastly, take their input on the decisions made for their lives; honestly, they are the only ones that have to live them. IN
Here are a two books that I found helpful:
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