What Motivates Your Child? Motivating Kids Has the Answers
Tired of nagging and nagging? Frustrated with your kids’ lack of motivation? Looking for ways to inspire and motivate your children without using force?
Find out what motivates your child with Motivating Kids. Get this groundbreaking parenting book and turn you child’s life around.
Parents are very important agents of their children’s identity. To support their kids’ development, they need to be able to support themselves and have basic motivation skills. Parenting requires high emotional intelligence, which is the key to success in life.
In my parenting classes, 100% of the participants want their kids to have love, success, friendships, confidence and happiness. Like those parents, you need the formula to help your kids get these things.
In this book, I share with you all there is to know about what motivates your child. This ultimate guide to motivation is based on 28 years of education experience and practical work around the world with parents, teachers and kids of all ages. I have perfected this toolkit over the years by researching its effectiveness with parents, kids and readers. I am happy and delighted to share them with you as well.
Happy parents raise happy kids and you are the best person to be your child’s motivator.
What you will learn
- How to coach your children (including teens) to be the best they can be.
- Why empowerment is better than discipline and the science behind it.
- What the subconscious mind has anything to do with motivation.
- How to motivate your children.
- Why games are great incentives for kids and how motivation can be a game.
- How to find out what’s in your kids’ navigating mind and how to help them recognize it.
- How to chunk down your support with the right praise and appreciation.
- How to find out if you are in the approval trap or if your kids are trapped as well.
- How children use approval as drug and how get yourself and your children out of the approval trap.
- How to prevent your kids from being praise junkies.
- How to encourage cooperation through motivation.
- How to emotionally stretch your children, without creating pain and fear.
- Self-regulation and how important it is in understating and successfully using motivation to support and help children excel.
- The science of rewards and how to pick the rewards that will not backfire.
- How happiness can turn into self-reward.
- How to instill persistence, courage and resilient in your.
- Why inspiration is a future oriented motivation concept and how to use it wisely.
- How to develop character traits that promote drive and self-motivation.
Table of contents
The Motivating Kids book includes 17 chapters and a summary chapter that is a fantastic reminder of all important messages of the book. That summary is your “quick reference” for what motivates your child.
|Parenting, Coaching and Motivation||9|
|Motivation, Sailing and War||16|
|What is Motivation?||31|
|Carrots and Sticks||56|
|The Approval Trap||66|
|Praise and Appreciation||95|
|Fear, Fear, Go Away||157|
|Planning & Deadlines||169|
|Permission to Motivate||209|
|Affirmation for Self motivation||239|
|External Influences and Sustainability||271|
|Final Words and Summary||283|
Get your first impression from these sample pages from the book.
About the author
Ronit Baras is an educator, life coach, author, journalist, justice of peace and motivational speaker. She has been coaching and teaching emotional intelligence techniques for 28 years in several countries (USA, Israel, Thailand, Singapore & Australia). She has developed and implemented many educational programs for teachers, parents and children, which have been hugely successful.
- Organizer of many relationship and parenting workshops around the world
- State Director of Together for Humanity Foundation
- Lecturer at the University of Queensland
- Trainer at the institute of public administrators (IPAA) Queensland
- School program director at the Global Learning Centre
What readers say
Ronit Baras has written a wonderful new books, Motivating Kids. It is filled with warmth, wisdom and emotional intelligence skill-building tools.
M.Ed. Author of Teaching Kids to Be Good People
This books is a must for anyone who wants their children to grow into self-regulating and motivated human beings!
Master in Asian Studies, Grad Dip Ed (Sec), PhD in Counselling