that your child already uses goal-setting techniques. Remember, this is a new
concept for most children, so using examples that they can relate to will be a
big help. If you notice that your son has managed to save up his money to buy a
toy or video game, or worked to get a good grade, for example, discuss what they did to get what they wanted. Be sure you discuss the effort energy and skill they put forth and teach how these techniques could be used in other challenges.
Have your children make a list of the things that are easy for them to do, and hard for them to do and then talk about strengths and weaknesses (we all have them). Successful people are always working on their weaknesses though, so as you set goals, have them choose at least one thing off the “difficult” side of the list.
short time. Little goals help kids move to bigger goals and feeling the success will give them confidence.
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