Ensure the success of your children
Make your child goal-oriented and successful
Are you concerned about your child's future?
Of course you are. As are all parents when they think of their child's future. So what could better guarantee that he achieves success in everything he tries than by making him goal-oriented from a very early age by using "Make Your Child Goal-Oriented In Three Easy Steps" as a guide. Instill confidence, passion, determination and a hard work ethic that are going to remain with him for the duration of his life.
Learn the important steps you need to make in order to achieve your goal. Find out how crucial it is to know your child before guiding him towards a certain activity. Learn what other important factors, like the child's natural inclinations and hobbies can determine his path. Above all, learn how to encourage him once he has found his way and how to help him remain goal-oriented.
Here is a glimpse of what you will read in the book:
How to know your child's state of mind. Learn his likes and dislikes and get a clear picture of his strong points and not so strong points.
Assure your child's success in anything he will try from an early age by making him goal-oriented and instilling a proper work ethic.
Learn when to interfere and give him guidance and when to let him make his way, even if that means he has to deal with small failure before achieving great success.
Learn how important constant encouragement and interest in the child's activity are. Involve your spouse in his activity and show him that you care and are there for him.
Learn how to analyze his success and address his failures in a way that won't discourage or leave him feeling unappreciated.
Learn how to motivate him, how to guide him and keep him focused by giving him examples of other successful personalities in the field he wants to pursue.
This and much more awaits.
The length of this book is short because it contains just quality information, organized in a logical, easy-to-follow order, saving you time while addressing the issue at hand holistically and from a common sense perspective.
Answers to these questions and more await:
"How can I make my child goal-oriented?"
"How can I be assured my child will be successful?"
"How can I better understand my child?"
"How can I show my child I care about his interests?"
"How can I be involved in my child's activities without him perceiving me as a nuisance?"
"How can I encourage my child without smothering him?"