Using the Right Tools, at the Right Time, in the Right Way
Aimless Discipline is Like Building a House Without Plans As In Business, So in Training Children, If You Fail to Plan, You Plan to Fail When your children leave home, or your students move on to the next class at school, what would you prefer you had helped your child to achieve, a good character or academic attainment? The ideal would be they accomplish both.
Your Tone of Voice and Attitude Can Say More Than Your Words The Tongue Can Be a Power For Good or Evil When Training Children Most times parents and teachers use their voice and body language in productive ways, but there are occasions when what they say and do are counter-productive. The underlying aims of good communication focus on developing the child's positive character traits.