11 Crucial Questions Questions to Ask Your Child to Teach them Self-Reflection

As this year is coming to an end, I find myself self-reflecting and wondering how this year has gone by so fast! I am begining to think on what can I do to improve myself, my family, and career next year. Self-reflections is an essential way to find out why you think, say, and do the things you do. As a result, you are more likely to be more self-aware and understand your driving factors behind your choices and decisions. I have found using self-reflection to be very useful with not only myself, but also my children. It's can be hard to teach our children how to self-reflect. With our busy schedules, it may be difficult to find time to talk to our kids about their strengths and weaknesses,

9 Ways to Teach Your Child Self-Discipline

Self-discipline is the art of doing something that you don't want to do but know that you need to do for a long-term benefit. It also involves stopping behaviors that do not lead to the end you hope to achieve. Research tells us that children who have self-discipline are more likely to succeed in marriage, business and finances. Things to do: 1. Involve them in something bigger. For example, have them join a sports team, choir or dance team so your child can experience the consequences if he isn't disciplined enough to be at practice. 2. Teach them how to plan. For example, teach them how to how to make lists of things they need to get done and how to prioritize the list. Let them see you pr

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