December 30, 2012
A commitment to do something
differently in the coming year that was chosen
because YOU want it.
Confidence is created from the
inside out by first knowing what you want and what you’re good at.
that play to your strengths and desires positions you well to achieve
hard and we make it harder by shooting for the moon, going it alone, or changing to
About 80% will break resolutions and miss the chance to bolster their confidence.
5 questions to help
your child leverage strength, desire, and support.
Question 1: Clarify Strengths
are you good at doing?”
Question 2: Clarify
you want to have by the end of next year?”
will be possible if you get it?”
4: Leverage Strength
||“How can you
use your talent/strength to get what you want?”
I help you each day so that you get what you want?”
These questions will help you influence and
guide your child into making the right resolution and then establish you as a source of energy and power to get the
Unless the resolution is harmful to your child
or others or will break laws, put your oar in the water and help
him row to the other of change.
A clear understanding of
strengths and desires helps him keep this year’s resolution and all the ones to
Helping her to uncover and
leverage the personal benefit of the change planned will make the pain of change bearable.
With permission to support the goal, you are given insiders access to the place
where your influence is most powerful.
We promise to teach our kids
how to make good decisions. By asking these questions,
you are demonstrating the strategy for doing just that and keeping your promise.
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