Do you know in your gut that your child is capable of so much more?
(Especially since he always seems to find his favorite snack no matter where you hide it or how many locks you put on the cabinet door.)
Are you looking for a way to get your child interested in the learning process?
(Like the way she's interested in that YouTube video?)
Do you find yourself saying, "I just wish I knew how to motivate him to do it."
(whatever that "it" may be)
Well, if you find yourself saying that last sentence above, then you're on the exact right track.
The difference between how your child interacts with you during a learning task and how your child behaves in the examples in the parentheses above is (pay attention now)...
He or She is highly motivated to do those things.
That's it. That's the only difference.
It is human nature to be attentive to and engaged in activities that we are interested in.
Our motivation to get something we really want will make us persist past challenges to get it. It's science and human nature. It's just how our brains are wired and...
Your child is no different!
So, how can you use this principle of human behavior to help your child?
The answers to this question lie inside the...
The Motivation Map is a downloadable pdf sent right to your inbox that outlines 5 easy to implement steps.
These steps take you from discovering what your child's interests are to learning how to use those interests to help your child reach his/her goals.
Simple explanation of reinforcement and why it's important.
5 Easy Steps to put into action right away
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