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"How to Get Your Children tobe an independent person...

without any screaming or shouting."


Building Habits

Good

Bad

Successful Failure

ExperienceExperience


Seven habit of effective kid

1.Having good Nutrition

2.Doing Exercise

3. Having Dream

4. Asking questions

5. Fostering Imagination

6. Thinking Positively

7. TakingResponsibility


Two types of people

The reactive one

The proactive one

who take responsibility to the life

who blame to the life


Two types of people

The reactive one

The proactive one

who take responsibility to the life

who blame to the life


Two types of people

The reactive one

The proactive one

who blame to the life

who take responsibility to the life

who get happened to

who make things happen


1. Having good Nutrition

Back in 400 B.C., Hippocrates said, "Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food."

Today, good nutrition is more important than ever. At least four of the 10 leading causes of death (like heart disease, cancer, stroke and diabetes) are directly related to way we eat.

Eating right is the cornerstones of health.


The keys to good nutrition are balance, variety and moderation. To stay healthy, your body needs the right balance of carbohydrates,fats, and protein --the three main components of nutrition.


2. Doing Exercise

The American Heart Association advises 30 to 60minutes of aerobic exercisethree or four times a week. Doing less than this will minimize your health benefits. Exercising 4 or more times a week will increase your health benefits. Regular aerobic exercise reduces the risk of getting circulation problems, strokes, and heart disease.


3. Asking questions

It is the key to engaging students in learning


The Question Game with your kids

To start, two participants decide on a topic to question. One person starts with an open-ended question, then the other person responds with a related open-ended question. For example, the topic might be an object in the room, such as a light bulb: A: Why is it important to have light?

B: Where does light come from?A: How does light help people?B: Where is light used?A: What would happen if there were no light?Try asking a question and going around the room, each person asking a question based on the one before.


4. Dreaming

Dare to hope

Dear to know

Dear to do

Dare to change


5. Fostering Imagination

Imagination is a creative power that is necessary for inventing an instrument, designing a dress or a building, painting a picture or writing a book. The creative power of imagination has an important role in the achievement of success in any field.


6. Taking Responsibility

It is the road to become an independent person.


7. Thinking Positively

While we can’t control everything that happens in life, we do have one thing we can control: how we respond to what happens to us.


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