Practicing healthy mental habits isn't just important for us as adults, but we most definitely should also be teaching our children how to develop a strong mindset, too.
Big humans (adults) and little humans (kids) alike can build a growth mindset through daily habits and self-development. Everyone has the ability to build mental strength, but most people don't know how to do it. You can only develop a strong mind by working on yourself every single day. We do this in different ways and one of the greatest opportunities to practice mental training is during challenges. When my 9-year-old had a meltdown during Math recently, I helped guide him through it with three tips to help him manage his emotions and get his head back in the game.
I'm giving you the full scoop in the video below. Yeah, we're keepin' it real over here.
Oh, and good news, these tips don't just work for kids - they work for YOU too!
Check it oooout....
BRAIN-TRAINING FOR YOUR KIDDOS (and YOU!)
Stay healthy, stay home, and stay positive.
Love you guys!
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