Tag: parenting

8 Ways To Nurture Leadership In Young Children

“Mommy, I’m not a leader.” Why do you say that? “Because John is the one that tells us what to do on the playground and we follow him. So that makes me a follower.” Ugh. Tricky. I’m not impressed by John’s “leadership.” I want my son (and all young children) to see kindness, listening, understanding, and caring about other people as important leadership

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How do we make the invisible, visible for our children? The next in our Saturday Series in developing leadership in kids. On Monday we return to our regular leadership fare. A Guest Post from Sonia Di Maulo, Canada Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others. ― Jonathan Swift  Samuel picks up the slightest change in his environment. He senses that his mom needs a hug. And of course, mom is grateful

What Dad Doesn’t Say

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The Dad Conversation Continues

Thanks to all who contributed to my last post Dad Says: Best Advice from Your Dads. For those who read closely, you may have noticed that I did not share any advice from my father. Why? Because he swears he doesn’t give it. I have huge respect for his approach. He believes that “It’s hard enough to live your own life and you never know the full

Dad Says: Best Advice From YOUR Dads

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In the spirit of Fathers Day, my son Ben (17) and I set out to collect as much fatherly advice as we could in a week. We asked everyone we knew or ran into friends, work, school, church, airports, restaurants, and random encounters “what’s the best advice you ever got from your dad?” The question also became a conversation piece in a wide variety of contexts and our whole family got involved. We

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