Sharpen their Saw is the companion book to Tools to Build Great Kids and offers a kid-friendly focus of activities to support parents and bring meaning to character and leadership for families. These character-building activities are intentional, interactive and fun. Help your family build the people skills to think, lead, and communicate effectively. These skills are learned and result in respectful, confident kids who know who they are, make good choices and lead with integrity.
Sharpen Their Saw is a collection of fun activities (ages five and up) that encompass 50-star quality attributes and builds resourceful, capable, responsible kids. Experience peace of mind and enjoy respectful relationships at home, school and work. Discover strategies to change negative thought patterns that sabotage their own progress and happiness. The relationship skills that build family unity loyalty and trust are the same skills that employers, family and friends appreciate and celebrate.
A person's Emotional Intelligence EQ is a powerful part of their excellence. EQ skills are the people skills that empower us to think, lead, and communicate effectively. These skills create awareness of the ineffective thinking habits that hold people back and the skills to practice that bring positive results. These life skills empower children and teens to build family unity loyalty and integrity. The EQ skills change negative thinking habits to EQ Power Thinking. It develops empathy for others, resourcefulness, and self-motivation and equips kids to stand strong to their family values. EQ skills are the IT factor for all relationships. Parents want IT, children need IT, employers require IT and to be successful and happy, life demands IT.
Begin the day with Benjamin's Word a Day Vitamin vocabulary game for kids and teens. This tool is a five minute a day activity to discover 50-character attributes that include respect, responsibility, diligence, resourcefulness, patience and more. Help your family rise to a higher level with tangible EQ strategies to empower them. Your children's heritage is what you leave or give to them. Your legacy is what you leave in them.
It's better to build strong children than repair broken adults. Help your children to listen to the wise voice within them to make good choices, even when no one's watching.