Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Goal Setting for Kids

The more specific the goal, the clearer is the message to the subconscious brain.

To take a very mundane example, imagine that your child comes to you and says: "I wish I had a bigger bedroom!” You might respond by asking questions to find out exactly what the problem is - for instance, perhaps another bookshelf is required, or the closet needs an overhaul to create more space. Then you will have taken the first step in turning that wish into a goal.

Happy goal setting with your kids,


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