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Top Tricks for Killing Procrastination

Top Tricks for Killing Procrastination

Procrastination is something that can ruin your day, damage your career and negatively impact on your relationships.

Often, we laugh about procrastination as though it were an amusing habit and sometimes it can be. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t also incredibly destructive. Imagine it’s 4pm and you have work you desperately need to finish by 5pm but you can’t stop browsing Facebook or making trips to the kitchen for cups of coffee.

What happens? One option is that you end up going home very late and lose out on time with your family. Another option is that you end up not finishing the work and starting the next day incredibly behind.

Either way, this is a serious problem.

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Secrets of Fearless Performers

Secrets of Fearless Performers

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what stands in the way of reaching our musical goals besides the actual musical training.
Often discomfort and fear are the only things holding us back. It’s true for kids and adults. It’s okay to feel that way, because courage requires vulnerability.

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5 Tips to Help Your Child Live Authentically

5 Tips to Help Your Child Live Authentically

Helping your child live authentically will help them act like their true selves, resulting in increased happiness, improved self-esteem, and better relationships.

Authenticity is not something that you have; it’s something that you choose. But why is authenticity important? Why is it important for your child?

How exactly can you teach your child the value of an authentic life? These tips can help your children act like their genuine selves:

1. Live acceptance yourself
2. Show them the relevance of a genuine existence for themselves
3.Make your child feel loved and valued
4. Eliminate the social masks
5. Be the standard of authenticity

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12 Proven Tips to Boost Your Child’s Self-Confidence 

12 Proven Tips to Boost Your Child’s Self-Confidence 

Consistently boost your child’s self-confidence. The idea of feeling good about a kid’s skills and abilities is referred to as child self-confidence. Occasionally, we certainly notice when kids seem to feel good about themselves and when they don’t. 

The world can be a confusing and challenging place. This is especially true for a child. Children don’t have a lot of control over their lives. They also have to spend all day with other children, who can be less than supportive and encouraging.

It’s your responsibility as a parent to ensure that your child has a healthy level of self-confidence.

As children grow and mature, that confidence can be as important as the skills themselves.

To thrive, kids need to trust in their capabilities while knowing that they can handle it if they aren’t successful at something. It is by experiencing mastery and rebounding from failure that they develop healthy self-confidence.

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