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How to Talk to Kids & How Children Succeed

The Perfect Parent Guide 2 In 1. Help Prepare Your Kids for Success and Get Your Children to Listen to You
Narrated by: Amy Abell, Millie Green
Length: 6 hrs and 9 mins
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Summary

Do you want to succeed with your kids? Are you totally nailing it, failing miserably, or just want to up your parenting game?

Now more than ever, in a fast-paced, ever-changing world, with more opportunity for success than there ever was before, it is imperative that parents teach and prepare their kids for success through a strong responsible character, resilience, and a can-do attitude. In order for that to happen, it starts with first getting our kids to listen to and respect us.

This two-in-one bundle will help you to do both. By following the step-by-step instructions in this book, you will unlock your kid’s hidden potentials all while having respectful, open communication with them.

Book One, How to Talk to Kids, offers foolproof strategies on talking to your child and getting them to listen. Some areas explored are:

  • Understanding why your child is not listening to you 
  • Active listening
  • Discipline vs punishment
  • Mistakes made when listening to your kids
  • Your anger – how to manage it
  • Understanding your child’s psychology
  • Effective consequences
  • Teaching the importance of good manners
  • Conversation with your kids a daily priority

Book Two, How Children Succeed, is the ultimate guide on nurturing kids with strong characters, positive attitudes, and emotional and intellectual intelligence. Some areas explored are:

  • The importance of teaching responsibility
  • Teaching emotional response to failure
  • High expectation and its benefits
  • Fostering social skills
  • The importance of committing to learning daily
  • Praising them when they do well
  • Healthy choices
  • The significance of problem-solving skills
  • Confidence - physically, emotionally, and intellectually
  • How to raise an entrepreneur

With a solid, encouraging approach, Rachel Burgess, mother of three, offers tried-and-tested advice with ease and confidence from an experiential angle. By the end of this book, jam-packed with nuggets of wisdom, you will be equipped with everything you need for fostering respectful, successful, communicative adults. 

Do not pass up on this gem!

©2019 Rachel Burgess (P)2019 Rachel Burgess

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a teacher residency.

I am doing a teacher residency. This was a required read before summer courses & I loved it!! specifically the discussions in grit in working with inner city students. Good read for educators/education students

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This book has flavor and personality.

This book provided an enormous amount of relevant facts and statistics. But it went far beyond the numbers. This book is a fresh perspective on deep issues surrounding poverty and it's impact on society. Reading this book is like watching a skilled artist construct a masterpiece.

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Perfect Parent Guide

The book intelligently pulls together various disciplines (psychology, economics) & is an easy and compelling read, whether you're an academic or completely unfamiliar with the fields. The conclusions explained in the book are backed up by empirical data

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Help Prepare Your Kids for Success

Good book to refocus me as a teacher. I work at a school with emotionally/behaviorally disturbed kids and character is crucial in our setting.

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one of the best

I really Rachel Burgess enjoy writings. He researches and gives great information. It has been a while since I’ve read this so I can’t remember the details of why I liked it, but I know it has been one of my favorite reads...along with his other writings.

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A Gift For Parents

This book is a great resource that dives into how to deal with children as a parent. An invaluable tool to really understand how to help your child. With children being do fragile and impressionable. It's essential to build a strong foundation for them to thrive and succeed!

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Great combo for any new parents!

Definitely making a great gift this holiday season for your other parent friends. A quick easy read even with a hectic schedule. I'm recommending this to my other friends' with kids.

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informative

really good tips and tricks about talking to your kids. The author has given some really good ideas about getting the children involved in everyday life and high expectations and definitely give praise to make them feel valued

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Brilliant bundle

That goes really well with one another. How to talk to kids, and how to prepare your children to succeed. Very valuable if you want to raise a better, and more productive generation that the one you grew up in. I am millennial so I view that as a must haha!

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Great for parents, really easy to follow along and practical steps to help them along the way.

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  • ~Anonymous~
  • 14-03-20

It really works!!!

This book works. It's hard to believe but if you read each chapter and do the exercises (for practice) and then try it out on your kids (or in my case, my kindergarten aged niece) -- it actually works! Here's an example: my niece was having a WWIII type of tantrum one day because her candy cane had broken in half. (It was Christmas time.) Her parents, older sister, grandma, everyone was telling her that it was no big deal, she can have another candy cane, it will still taste just the same, etc., anything to get her to see reason and calm down. It only made her fit worse. Things escalated. Her mother started shouting threats to send her to her room. Then - I tried something that I had read in the book: Let the child have the feelings she's feeling and let her know that she's having those feelings. So, I went over to her and said -- just like one of the book's exercises: "It's terrible. Your candy cane broke, and now it's not a perfect candy cane anymore. Even though it will taste the same, it's not a candy CANE anymore. I can see how upsetting it is, because it's not the perfect candy cane that it used to be." "This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review" Plot. ⭐⭐⭐⭐stars Story. ⭐⭐⭐⭐ stars Narrator.: Amy Abell ⭐⭐⭐ Narrator.: Millie Green ⭐⭐⭐

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  • Candie
  • 12-03-20

2 books

Both books are well thought out and written. offers great advice on ways to help you understand the mind and workings of a child.

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  • Tacet
  • 12-03-20

Helpful bundle

What a great gift that is perfect for listening to the car on long commutes. There are a lot of great lessons here on how to help your child be the best version of themselves.

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  • Ivan
  • 11-03-20

A great foundational title for all parents

I have read many books in this genre and have two boys. The advice given here by Rachel is immediately applicable and most importantly, it works! The books is written and narrated well. What more can you ask really? I think any parent can find some gem of wisdom in this book. Highly recommended!

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  • Matin .T
  • 10-03-20

2 for 1 Value

I really enjoyed this bundle. It really is a value of 2 in 1. It was a good learning book about how to communicate with children and help them succeed with whatever they want to achieve in their lives. I really enjoyed distention got it too. The two different narrators made it better in a way. I really like it and think that everyone should listen to it. Even if you don't have kids, like me.

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  • Ruth
  • 29-08-20

Great book for parents

You want your children to succeed, look no further, this book is for you. I love this book because it gives you the secret to parenting your children. The author talks about letting your children help with chores when they are young. Also, when parents set high expectations for your children, the children will live up to those expectations. I love chapter 7 when the author talks about teaching your children to eat healthily and exercise. Great book.

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  • Alex Kerr
  • 10-07-20

Great

My cousin just had a child and this was really helpful for me. looking forward to implementing all the teachings in the book!

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  • Chuzpah
  • 02-04-20

2 good books, great value

Great for anyone who has kids at home. This value bundle is a good dea because it provides 6 hours of information for one credit.

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  • Janalyn
  • 23-03-20

Sound and helpful advice.

I thought this would be a book full of common sense and in some ways it is, but in other ways I learn things I didn’t know. I have read a book by this author before and can tell she wants nothing more but for children to get the best start in life and any power and who reads this book and implements its advice will certainly do that for the child. It is a great book.

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  • Lauren Smith
  • 18-03-20

Interesting timing...

Thanks to a certain virus (which shall not be named), I found myself with more time at home with my kiddos, and to sit back and enjoy an audiobook or two. Well...this audiobook certainly came in handy. I've been spending so much more time with my kids that I could actually implement what I was learning in this audiobook. Oddly enough I learned more about myself than I did about my kids. For one, I realized I don't really take the time to truly listen to my kids. With all of the hustle and bustle of life, sometimes actually listening (and not just hearing) what my kids have to say isn't a top priority. That's not the parent I want to be, and it was a hard pill to swallow. There's a lot in these two books so don't feel you need to implement every single thing. Pick one particular area you'd like to improve on with your relationship with your kids, and run with it! You won't regret. Happy parenting!