November 18, 2017

Guest Blog: Mimicry – A Most Powerful Super Power

The child tunes in to life and learns at breakneck speed. Mimicking what he sees and hears – he plays tribute to the old “Monkey See; Monkey Do” adage. If the child were raised by wolves, he would howl in the wind and walk on all fours. But unlike the monkey and wolf, children are not animals. … It is the same with manners. Have you ever met a beautifully behaved child? A child who says “please” and “thank you,” a child who is considerate of others, who is a delight to be with? Without a doubt, the people around such a child are polite to him, treat him with respect and grant him importance.

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The Power of the Dreaded Five-Letter Word “Chore”

Kid’s minds evolve at lightning speed. Forget traveling faster than the speed of light, try faster than a child’s mind!

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Traits and Super Powers of a “Long-Haul” friend.

A long-haul friend is a life MUSE in disguise. Pick’em carefully and keep them close.

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There is Only One of You With Your Super Powers

There is only one me. There is only one you. The words I say, the words I write belong to me; as do my desires, ambitions and talents, as do my shortcomings and frustrations. Your words, desires, ambitions, talents, shortcomings and frustrations, belong to you.

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Kid Inspiration is All Around us – Can You See it?

I walked into the bathroom to find my 6-year-old son, practically naked, and painted from head to toe. The cat cowered in the corner.

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Super Heros influencing children’s choices

Super Heroes influence the life choices of children in both a positive and negative way. This is especially true in today’s world of abundant information and numerous entertainment choices. They often focus on their hero’s Super Powers without realizing the very real powers of their own passion, talents and abilities.

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