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Motivate Kids
July 11, 2014, 11:58 am
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Kids are most sensitive and delicate to handle. Childhood is a stage where they are molded according to the family background and environment they are living in. So, be positive and lenient when motivating your kids.
 
 First you need to help your kid discover his likes, dislikes and passions. Encourage what he likes and try to build in him a sense of competence. Expand his knowledge and let him explore in all possible ways.
 
 Giving some kind of choices to your kid can also help you motivate your kid. Different kids enjoy doing different things, so it’s always better to give them a choice of doing what they like to do and what they want to do. This gives them an opportunity to act according to their own volition. This eventually helps in self motivation and leads to self esteem as well as self confidence.
 
 Another way of motivating your kid is to make him learn the concept of persistence. No knowledge or intelligence is injected from birth; it is achieved through perspiration, determination and motivation. Tell them that brainpower can be acquired if you have the will to attain. Promote your kid by making him realize that he can actually climb the mountains if he is determined to do so. This drive will definitely take him to unexpected heights.
 
 Showing your true emotions to your kid can also motivate them and lead them to success. Every child feels more comfortable, secured and loved if he realizes that he is loved and respected by his parents. Be supportive and connective in all cases. Make him identify and understand the concrete steps to success. Tell him various ways he can confront things, move ahead and reach his learning goals.
 
 Most of the students get depressed and upset after failure, so clarify them that failures are a part of the game. Tell them that one failure is one step ahead to success. In all possible ways discover their joys, happiness and desires. Be friendly and communicative with them. This will surely make the act of motivating your kids much easier.  

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