Success for Your Children


About the Book

In Success for Your Children: Practical Wisdom for Raising Great Kids in Challenging Times, the author shows how parents need to step up and take charge immediately. The process starts the day the first baby comes home from the hospital. This is the hundred-yard dash of parenting. The first three years are crunch time. After seven years, it may be too late.

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Key Parenting Insights

  • The big success secret: The early years
  • How to study workshops give your child a big advantage.
  • Goal setting: Good things do not just happen.
  • How to locate a great school system
  • Best wisdom: Copy the successful.
  • Best motto: Get off to a good start.
  • Parenting is a team sport.

Life’s Three Biggest Decisions

  • Who you marry
  • Your career choice
  • Where you live

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Career Counseling

  • The number-one life changer
  • Start before ninth grade
  • Interest testing is vital

Positive Beliefs

  • Wisdom
  • Common sense
  • Good judgment

Wonderful Wisdoms

  • It is easy to be great
  • Law of concentration
  • Success in a nutshell

Copy the Successful

Success for Your Children: Practical Wisdom for Raising Great Kids in Challenging Times is about being the best that you can be. Overall, it is based on one simple premise; copy the successful.

Success gurus have researched America’s most successful people. They found that successful people tend to do the same things. Their family backgrounds, values, and beliefs are pretty much the same. These similarities are referred to as the commonalities of success. It is these commonalities that parents need to teach to their children. This wisdom will work on almost anything in life.

Beliefs Are Incredibly Powerful

James Allen wrote his masterpiece book, As a Man Thinketh, in 1906. Readers loved his simple message: You become what you think. What you think is your opinions or personal beliefs. Beliefs dictate what a person is willing to do and what he will not do. The wrong opinions may literally block a person from doing things that might be to his benefit. Eventually, beliefs will determine what an individual will become.

Parents need to teach the right positive beliefs to their children. The correct opinions are those held by America’s most successful people. Parents have 18 years to get this done. Success for Your Children provides a master list of positive beliefs that are pure gold. It shows the how and when to start instilling these beliefs in your children.

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