Teaching Your Kids to Set Goals

Christina composed in and asked: “I was wondering if your older children set their own goals and if they do, what does that process look like? I have a 9 and 6 year old and I would love to help them define small and large goals for themselves but I’m not sure how to translate my personal and business goal setting process to something that is exciting for younger children.”

In today’s episode of the podcast, we share a few of our ideas on assisting our kids set objectives, motivated by Christina’s concern. We share how we’ve approached goal-setting with our kids and some methods to assist them be motivated to set objectives and concepts to assist them take ownership of their objectives and follow through with them.

We likewise share about books we’re reading, something brand-new we discovered this previous week connected to sleep, and something that assisted repair a skin concern I was having.

In This Episode

[00:34] – Welcome to another episode of The Crystal Paine Show.

[01:14] I taught Jesse something brand-new today. Have you became aware of this?

[08:12] Blistex’s medicated lip balm is what is conserving my life today.

[08:22] Jesse’s book upgrade.

[10:50] A book I’ve been caring.

[15:33] – Today’s podcast motivation originates from a listener.

[16:19] – The initial step to assisting your kids set objectives is to design it for them.

[19:56] – We had great deals of discussions including them and speaking about it conceptually.

[21:44] – Recognize their interest, their character type, and what is going to encourage them.

[25:41] – Sometimes it’s similar to a bit of challenging them and supplying motivation that you believe they can do more.

[26:51] – And lastly, be their cheerleaders.

[27:30] – Celebrate the development that they make. This can sustain their desire to do much more.


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