Monday, May 18, 2015

Motivate Your Child Action Plan


My husband attended a leadership training  dubbed as Center for Serving Leadership.  He was skeptical in attending the  training but he ended up loving it as he did not only learn about leadership at work but he also learned stuff about parenting.  He said that the  guest speaker is a God-fearing family man who uses   examples about what he have experienced personally and thru working with other people.  I was smiling when he was telling me the story because  I was reading this book called "Motivate Your Child Action Plan"  by Dr. ScottTurnasky and Joanne Miller.  
 Being a parent is not an easy task.  Our children are different and that they have their own individual personalities.  Having said that, sometimes, we are put in the situation where we don't know what to do  and don't know how to address the issue we are facing with our children.  There are even instances where I  question my ability as a Mom, sometimes I asked myself if I am doing the right thing.  I don't think there is one parent who have never encounter a problem with their child.
 I am so blessed to receive a copy of this book because it  gives me  new tools and different ideas on how to effectively handle things about my kids.  I love that  it serve as an outline  where we can use it  in our daily parenting style.  As my kids grow up, I notice so many different things changing in their character thus  gives me different challenges as well as a parent.  
 I love that you can write in it but I decided to  use post it notes on the succeeding pages.  This book sheds light in what I am doing  certain things the wrong way which I  completely agree.  This  is a great guide especially if you have  children that are totally different from each other.  Everyday is a  learning process with parenting so I am so glad I have something to reference to when I am having a hard time.  
This book not only give parents the tools but it also give  you that time to reflect and reconnect with your children.  Having this book gives me  effective tools  to  address the issue  that I have with my kids.  I admit that they are not  major issues but  knowing that we can correct  whatever we are doing wrong in certain ways makes me feel good.  There are times when I want to talk to my Mom about something but I can't since she is so far away so having this book somehow gives me that tool to  handle the issue.
You can buy this book on sale for $29.95 with an online savings of $10. This book is  geared towards crafting a unique strategy to propel your child forward.    You can also use the code below  to have an additional $5 off to an already discounted price.  


33 comments:

  1. Very interesting book. This will be a great help to many parents.

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  2. Seems a nice book to help. But we're through with raising kids, Perhaps, Karen and my other daughter needs to have this book.

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    1. I thought Karen was your only daughter KUya. Yup they could use this as a guide.

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  3. this is awesome, to those who would like to learn more about leadership I'm sure this would be a great book to acquire.

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    1. The leadership was about the training that my husband attended to but this book is a great tool for parenting, you should get one.

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  4. I will recommend this book to my friend. She has younger children and I think this would be very useful for her.

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    1. Thanks Caitlin, I am sure she would like this.

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  5. This sounds like a very good book to help out kids. I think this would be very useful with my two daughters.

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    1. Hi Kat, this book is actually for parents like us. This can be used as a guide, a very good tool to address any issues we might be having with our kids. I love it..

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  6. This is really a good and inspiring book to read. My son needs motivation. Sometimes he fall and sometimes he is on top.

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    1. You can use this as a gue and useful tool to help him.

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  7. I really want to be able to read this book. even though my son is still 2 and a half I think it's going to help me prepare in the future :)

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    1. I agree, it's never too early to learn our children's stages in life.

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  8. Great review. Thanks for sharing so personally and honestly. It was a pleasure to read this post.

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    1. Thanks Ed, a pleasure to work with you guys as well.

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  9. I loved your post, simply to let my sister in law read. I know she has been having a hard time with my niece growing up and learning different ways to help with her would be great! Thank you for sharing this great read. I cannot wait to use it with my sister in law and niece!

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  10. Seems like a great book for kids and motivation. Seems very useful. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Raising kids is a tough job, but I think books like this definitely help make the job a little easier. Sounds like a great read for any parent.

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  12. Being a parent is definitely not for the weak! My kids have turned out very well, but there are always struggles along the way. This sounds like a helpful book. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. This sounds like a great book for all parents! As a homeschool family, we're constantly looking for fun ways to keep motivation levels high to get through the week and keep the kids fresh :D

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  14. This sounds like a great book for parents to read. Being a parent can be the toughest thing in the world but also the most rewarding.

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  15. Motivate Your Child Action Plan sounds like a great book and one I would love to read. Thanks so much for sharing and the chance to learn first hand info on the book.

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  16. There is nothing like motivating our children. I need to get my hands on this right now!

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  17. This is a great book for kids. I LIKE that it gives you the ability to reconnect with your children. Being a parent is challenging and we need all the help we can get

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  18. What a great idea for a book. Sometimes just a simple idea that has never crossed your mind before or an idea from a different perspective is what we need.

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  19. What a very interesting book. Your certainly right, raising kiddos is certainly not easy! I will have to check this out.

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  20. I have a book similar to this, but its for little girls. About the age of 10 -13 when they are starting to develop friendships and learning about rumors and gossip and other girl things that tend to happen as they learn their voices. It's a lot of "what to do when..." and kiddo and I read some things together and discuss it.

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  21. This is a great resource for the kids future, motivate them as early so that they know the right track.

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  22. This looks like a book that can help parents focus on their parenting strengths, weaknesses and obstacles they may face. I also like books where you can write in and take notes.

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  23. Omg what a fantastic book for those that need to learn a tad bit more on leadership! I will have to keep this in mind so if I ever see someone needing some guidance I can recommend this book!

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  24. Keeping kids focused and motivated is a challenge sometimes, more tools is always a good thing.

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  25. What an amazing book. I'm way to young for kids but it's nice to know that their are a lot of books to help motivate your kids 💕

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It's always a pleasure to read what you have to say! Thank you!

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