Learning to go with the flow is part of creating your best life & will help your children create theirs . . . People think of different things when they hear “go with the flow”. For our purposes though, and for the purpose of creating our best lives and helping our children create theirs: It means knowing . . . read more
If you want happier kids, and to be happier yourself, then Dream Big! Here's a great video from Brendon Burchard on making "DUMB" goals instead of "SMART" ones. It's all about Dreaming Big! Remember, if you want your children to Dream Big, then you have to Dream Big. You have to practice what you preach, if you want your children to practice what you preach . . . .
Dream Big today if you want to be happier & more grateful. Teach your children to Dream Big today if you want them to be happier & more grateful! . . . Take a few minutes today and think about all of your dreams and aspirations and then write them down. That's all you need to do today. You don't need to try to figure out how to make your dreams come true, today you just have to dream them. Put your . . .
Happiness is a choice. You can choose to be happy, right here, right now, no matter what else is going on in your life. No matter how many times I’ve tried to teach this to you, or practice it myself, it’s easy to fall back into the habit of thinking that something outside of ourselves will make us happy. “I’ll be happy once I have _____, once I’m able to ______, once I’ve ______.” “If all . . .
If you want happier kids . . . tell your children that everything is possible, period. Tell them that almost everything we use in our lives today, was not too long ago thought to be impossible, or not even thought of to begin with! Tell them that most things are considered 'impossible' until someone does them! Children of all ages need to hear this as often as possible. We
“We are each gifted in a unique and important way. It is our privilege and our adventure to discover our own special light.” - Mary Dunbar. Today, and every day, tell your children that their life has meaning and purpose, that they are unique and special, that they are important and make a difference, and that the world is a better place because they're in it. Tell them . . .