Children are born within a family unity with every tools and talents for success. They are programed via DNA with academic as well as physical aptitudes. Living to their full potential is directly dependent on their family unit. The three best learning tools that parents can use to ensure success are love, acceptance and encouragement.
Love: In the past when “love” was mentioned its definition was implicit. Presently, due to negative acts done in the name of love, its definition must be qualified with the word “unconditional”. Children provided with the learning tool of unconditional love absorb quickly how to be whom they are as well as how to express their talents. This manifests in the classrooms, in assignments and ultimately on report cards. Within a loving family unit, children are eager participants. They function within their DNA program with such easy that they are labelled above average.
Acceptance: Individuality is a trait that should be respected. It is a vital part of children’s DNA and when tampered with will short circuit children’s success. If your child is an introvert and is forced to be an extrovert, added stress to act outside of his or her nature will manifest adversely in the classroom, in assignments and ultimately on report cards. Acceptance of physical abilities is just as important. Making him an athlete when he is a chess player is counterproductive. Making him or her use the right hand when a “lefty” is what he or she is by nature, creates physical, psychological, and emotions dysfunction. Children’s success is nurtured in acceptance.
Encourage: Positive reinforcement is the driving engine for encouragement. Children progress quicker in a positive environment. Children are eager for encouragement. They enjoy the attention. When children are encouraged they advance academically, emotionally and yes even physically. This will absolutely trickle into the classroom, in assignments and ultimately on report cards.
Most often parents think their children’s success depends on what clothes they wear, and what school they attend. When in fact, the tools for success cost nothing and only requires a willingness to be used.