How and Why to Teach Character to Your Children (and You)

If you know my story, you already know I had terrible habits when I was single… I used to wait until the last minute to do my essays and I was always late for school. When I became a mom, I used to talk to my friends on the phone, while the kids made a…

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My Bad Habits Caught Up with Me When I Had Children

I was the person who waited until the last minute to get up in the morning for high school and I was known for doing a 50 page paper the day before it was due, in college. Although I was good in a lot of things, I was really lacking character in others and it…

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No More Drama for THIS Mama! [Case Study]

Earlier this week, I had a group coaching call with the parents in my Powerful Parenting Academy Program (sign up for webinar to learn more about the system). We started the call celebrating any improvement the parents had seen in themselves and/or in the children thus far. I could not have expected the news that followed……

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5 Character Traits Your Children Will Learn from Doing Chores

When I was a little girl, my mom used to make my brother and I do chores around the house. Before she’d leave for work, she would tell us “by the time I come back, make sure the bathroom is clean.” And so it was each day she left for work, she’d leave a new…

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What is the Youngpreneur Program?

I stood on a plastic cube in my aunt’s kitchen (where we lived for 4 years) and with my little hands I added spoonfuls of sugar to 3 cups of water and the juice of 5 lemons. There were lemon peels everywhere and water covered most of the surface around me. As I tasted the lemon water, my sweet buds told…

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Why Teaching Your Children About Business Teaches Them Character

When my oldest was 5 years old, I attended my first homeschool convention. In the list of workshops provided, I checked off a class titled “Children of Character” by Mardy Freeman. (See reference at the bottom) Promptly before the scheduled time, I walked in to find a room full of other committed parents who were…

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