|The Winner's Edge Coaching Tips|
|Written by Denis Waitley - Author, Speaker|
|Wednesday, 05 May 2010 13:52|
Become enthusiastic about your family members’ interests. Young children need their parents’ involvement and approval—but remember that involvement shouldn’t mean taking over or becoming their agent and manager.
Schedule mandatory family time together, even at the expense of seemingly pressing obligations. Family members often meet coming and going, making the home like a pit stop at the Indianapolis 500. One meal a day together with the television off is a bare minimum.
So to recap, take an interest and schedule family time—both important in raising healthy, well-adjusted children and developing strong relationships!