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Book details
  • Genre:FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS
  • SubGenre:Parenting / Child Rearing
  • Language:English
  • Series title:How Can I Help My Kid?
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:302
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667831459

Tools to Build Great Kids

Boost Character & Confidence in Kids & Peace of Mind for Parents

by Janet Vinciguerra

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Overview
This impactful resource book is designed to help families build people skills to enjoy positive relationships. It helps kids recognize opportunities to be resourceful and empowered to solve problems. Children discover their Emotional Intelligence or EQ skills that give them the ability to get along with others, be self-confident, self-motivated, compassionate, and ultimately happy. EQ skills are the IT Factor we appreciate in all people and relationships. They are needed and rewarded at work and at play. Parents want IT. Employers Want It. Life Demands IT.
Description
This impactful resource book is designed to help families build people skills to enjoy positive relationships. It helps kids recognize opportunities to be resourceful and empowered to solve problems. Emotional Intelligence EQ skills are the IT Factor we appreciate in all people and relationships. They are needed and rewarded in relationships at work and at play. Parents want IT. Employers Want It. Life Demands IT. "Tools to Build Great Kids" sets the mindset for how to think, lead, and communicate with the social and emotional skills that build confidence. It's a collection of tried and true methods that make the virtues tangible. Children discover their Emotional Intelligence or EQ skills that empower people with the ability to get along with others, be self-confident, self-motivated, compassionate, and ultimately happy. Respectful, responsible, and resourceful become the norm. The Family Connection activities associated with each of the tools are designed to notice habits that cause self-sabotage, as well as the opportunity to practice positive new skills. The recognition and celebration of progress brings about more of the same. The activities are designed to help families come to consensus on the core values that matter to their family. Children rise to the level of excellence from which priorities are considered and family decisions are made. Benefit from ongoing reality checks to raise awareness, set goals and celebrate progress. Kids take on the motivation to be forces for good in our world.
About the author
Janet Vinciguerra is the Architect of "Building Character in Kids". She helps parents raise responsible godly children who model integrity and good character. She gives families the tools to think, lead, and communicate effectively. Her 30 years of classroom experience and now being a Nani to her grandsons allow her to write and inspire young people to do the right thing even when no one's watching. She cares about kids and wants to help parents build strong character and confidence in their children. Janet earned her master's degree in Guidance and Counseling from John Carroll University and now lives with her husband in Ohio. She's the proud mother of two adult children and loves being a Nani to grandsons Isaac and Marshall who inspire her to continue to write. As president of Roots and Wings Consulting, Janet is a National Speaker and offers helpful resources at her website for boosting communication and social skills in kids. Her heartfelt intention is to support families with strategies to address the challenges of today's culture and empower our children to greatness as we pass the baton of integrity between generations.
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