Children desperately want to become adults, and they learn how from what they see around them. Parents have enormous power to influence their children's lives and directions. By recognizing and harnessing that power, they can help kids develop the sense of belonging, individual identity, self-worth, and competency they want and need to become strong, effective adults. In this live presentation, Denis Waitley helps you understand:
Denis Waitley is one of the most sought-after keynote speakers and productivity consultants in the world today. He has counseled leaders in every field, from top executives of Fortune 500 companies to Olympic Champions. One of the most prominent coaches in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Latin America, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, and China, he has sold 10 million audio programs in 14 languages and is the author of 12 books.
Best nuggets of info from this book are not to be an authoritarian, teach financial responsibility with allowances divided into spend, save, and invest... and finally to just tell your kids you love them.
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inspired to follow speaker as a mother. As a single father author brought up his 5 children with micro and stretgy level.why I can not?
I wish I had this audio book 18 years ago. All the information here is very important and useful. Recommend to take copious notes.
Denis gives great values, fundamentals and also very good insights. some of the things he mentioned really were eye openers for me.
Loved it. Short and simple. Structured and well narrated. I went back listened some sections again and again. It would be nice to see more titles from this Author on this subject.
What did you learn from Raising Confident Kids (Live) that you would use in your daily life?
I learned to praise my children every night and tell them how much I love them.
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This is a great short read... wonderful advice to keep in mind in raising your children.
buy a couple more of Denis' programs. Some good solid reminders. Yes it was worth it.
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