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Being Positive During Change. Do changes paralyze you or motivate you?. How do you deal with change?. It is amazing how much stress can occur over a bite or two of carrots or peas. Almost 80 percent of kids inherit a fear of trying new foods from their parents

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it is called food neophobia

Almost 80 percent of kids inherit a fear of trying new foods from their parents

  • American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Cooke, L.J.
It is called Food Neophobia
be patient

Kids will try new foods when they are comfortable with them. They may need to be exposed to a new food several times before they even take one little nibble.

Be patient
be a team member

One person can’t make a team, but one person can break a team.

The measure of our success will not be determined by how we act during great times, but rather by how we think and respond to the challenges of our most difficult moments (The No Complaining Rule, p69, Gordon, Jon)

Be a Team Member
you can succeed

Thank you for trying!

Some of these quotes came from “The No Complaining Rule” by Jon Gordon

YOU CAN SUCCEED!
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