As a parent are you worried about…
- How to help your child make better choices?
- How to help your child select a college major and relevant career that utilizes their talents and abilities?
- How to help your child change their mindset so they see clearly the opportunities that have been put in front of them and take advantage of them?
- Do you want to better prepare your child to transition from high school to college?
- Do you want your child to have a plan to afford college by taking advantage of scholarship money?
- Do you want a plan to make a difference?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions you are probably worried about the costs of your child making poor choices that can reverberate for years.
What is worse than having a child unhappy and not getting the guidance they need? What is worse than your child not selecting a college major and career path that utilizes their talents and abilities? What is worse than financing your child’s higher education and then your child keeps changing their college major? What is worse than financing your child’s college education when your child is capable of applying to scholarships? What is worse than your child graduating from college with a degree in an industry they no longer want to be in and your child has to get a job they hate just to pay the bills month by month?
If you have these worries, you are not alone. Join the community of likeminded parents who share the same worries by subscribing and reading our weekly parent newsletter.
As a parent you want to guide your child but it can’t just be you all the time.
Do you see the value of accountability, someone outside of the family to validate the need for responsible decision making about college?
If you are tired of being a nag and want outside support you then need to subscribe and read our weekly parent newsletter. While your child may not be immediately open to the idea of joining a support group there are things you can do to guide your child to see the value and want to join. If you want to learn how to talk to your child to persuade them to make better choices, subscribe and read our weekly parent newsletter.
Do you worry about the influence children at school have on your child?
Your child’s doubts are seeds planted by de-motivated individuals that your child socializes with at school. If your child doesn’t have a drive and a passion your child is going to make choices to fit in. Depending on who your child hangs out with, these choices may not be within your child’s best interest. Doesn’t it make sense to encourage your child to make friends with their ambitious peers?
Can you see the advantage of helping your child become more independent and see the leader they are and letting that shine through? Do you want strategies to help your child manage communication and develop their confidence? Do you want your child to become an advocate for themself? Do you want your child to have a mindset change and to clearly see the opportunities that have been put in front of them and to take advantage of them?
If you are interested in learning more about how to help your child make new friends with their ambitious high achieving peers then subscribe and read our weekly parent newsletter. Similar to how likeminded parents hangout together, likeminded ambitious children hangout together as well. Find out where these high achieving children are hanging out and what they are talking about by subscribing and reading our weekly parent newsletter.
Do you realize the importance of your child transitioning well?
Will your child allow themself to have a fun experience and not get caught up with other things that are a distraction? Will your child give themselves time to adjust and not put so much pressure on themselves?
While academics are important so is the quality of life. If you want to find out how to be a more supportive parent, provide proper guidance and resources to make the transition easier for your child then subscribe and read to our weekly parent newsletter.
While information and education are important, wouldn’t it be worth while to have a plan to make a difference?
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