Tag Archives: Good Habits

Two Life Skills Every Young Person Should Learn

Life skills, like values, are best learned at an early age.  In today’s stipped-down, minimalistic educational system, values and life skills are not taught, let alone reinforced, so as parents, it is our duty to prepare our children for success … Continue reading

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A Backpack Full of . . .

Most parents understand the problems of children stuffing their school backpacks with too many books, papers, calculators, pens, rulers and all sorts of stuff. It is painful to watch young children struggling with heavy backpacks, and not good for their … Continue reading

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Been Busy . . .

As you may have noticed, I haven’t posted with my regular frequency lately.  I’ve been totally focused on trying to complete my new business book, The CEO’s Guide to Corporate Culture. As I mentioned in a previous blog, the task … Continue reading

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2011 Review: The Best of Parenting

I am in the midst of raising a second family (I have one daughter aged 35 and another aged 12) so I have some experience of getting it right and wrong over a period of nearly three decades.  Not that … Continue reading

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