Congratulations! A new year has come with her hopes and dreams of millions of creative mothers and fathers, children and families!
What will you accomplish this year? What are your children looking forward to accomplish? How will you encourage them to continue? How should we succeed?
Here are some basic rules to follow.
1. Is your goal or theirs? Make sure that your children's goal is that they come from them and not you or their grandmothers, teachers or caregivers. They must have a desire that is gathered from deep within them.
2. Require huge commitments on cliffs. Ask them how committed they are to their goals? What will they do when preventing obstacles? Grow sticks with the attitude before moving to each level.
3. Write down goals. Purchase a small notebook in the dollar store and register each goal.
• Dr. Gail Matthews, a psychologist at the Dominican University of California, conducted a study of goals with 267 participants. She found that you are 42 percent more likely to achieve your goals just by writing them down. just
4. Use SMART format when writing down boundaries .
• Relevant (Fair, Realistic)
• Temporarily (Temporarily, Temporarily)
• For example: 8 year old boy has a burning desire to play hockey but he does not know how to skate. His parents do not skate either. They have reservations about how well he may be. Instead of abolishing him, they settle down with his son [or daughter] and chart what he needs to do to achieve the successful implementation of this goal.
• He needs skating and opportunity to practice. His parents rent a wheelbarrow (with the option of buying them) and one of his parents parents advises to show him how to ride the public. He has the ball! Three times a week he is practicing skating.
• His parents take him to the library to explore how hockey is played. He spends information. Sometimes he gets a test for a hockey team. You get the picture.
5. Mark Calendar Progress: Cut out the timeframe for a calendar and what daily steps are required. Do not be afraid to ask for advice from people who have already done what your child is working on. Why refinance the bike?
6. Create a preview and stage . As your child meets the goal, he delivers visual representations from the Vision Card to his Assembly. What an easy way to build trust! Teach him to taste success. How does he celebrate? Is he going to keep a diary about his progress?
7. Daily ask this simple question. "What is your child's ability to do today that he can not fail to bring him closer to reaching his goal? Teach him to take it one step at a time, but the visual result clearly in his mind. 19659002] 8. Perseverance – If he does not finish the first time, he asks the coach what he needs to do to improve. NO as a confirmation that the goal is unmanageable. Never give up. Continue to hold until he is happy with income.
"Most" impossible "goals can be accomplished simply by breaking them into pieces of bits, writing them down, believe them and go to full speed ahead as they are. "- Don Lancaster