September 24, 2017

Help the Super Power of Genius Come Out in Your Kids

Can you teach your child to think like a genius? Yes, that’s capital Y-E-S.

But before we push children into the realm of genius, it would be good to look at what it means to be a genius.

Most people equate geniuses with high I.Q. but that is the last definition in Webster’s college dictionary. And the World Book Dictionary lists that definition as specific to psychology.

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Book Review: Becoming a Nation of Readers, What Parents Can Do

I have found an EXCEPTIONAL book that I feel should be embedded into every Parent and Teacher Manual that every was, is, or will be.

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Guest Blog: Raising Boys to Become Super Heroes

This is our final installment of blogs on the subject: Raising Boys! Join the converstation with our earlier blogs.

How do you expect them to go out into the world and get good paying jobs when they “faked” their way through the days of their childhood “job” as a student? Start now, make them do the homework, help them understand, and let them take PRIDE in doing it THEMSELVES.

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Guest Blog: Raising Boys Supers With Imagination and Common Sense

There is no such thing as an “allowance” in real life. Why should there be one as a kid? They do the dishes and they get a $1. They ask for something, I ask them how much money they have? They do not ask me for money anymore, they ask me what they can do to earn money for something they want. Isn’t that what we want our kids to do – EARN MONEY, not ask or beg for it?

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Guest Humor Blog: Parenting Decisions Simplified!

I get high on math graphs as often as a high school boy huffs paint. I use them all the time, finding value in almost every parenting decision I have to make.

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Guest Blog: Play the Game of Writing

These individuals taught me the most important rule of the writing game: to be a writer, you must write. Of course one may dream or ponder, but such actions are preparation. Dreaming is not writing. Pondering is not writing. Putting thoughts down on paper is writing. The only way to be a writer is to write. There is no other way.

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Unschooling – Unending Stream of Questions

“It is important that students bring a certain ragamuffin, barefoot irreverence to their studies; they are not here to worship what is known, but to question it.”

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Obituary of the late Mr. Common Sense

He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as: Knowing when to come in out of the rain; why the early bird gets the worm; Life isn’t always fair; and maybe it was my fault.

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Real Life Super Heroes are … Well, REAL!

There are 100’s, maybe thousands of REAL LIFE Super Heroes. More are pouring onto the streets daily.

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The Super Power of Keeping Imagination Exercised

IMAGINATION is a vital “Super Power” most strongly held by children. It only appears to fade as we age.

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The Secret Ingredient in Elixir to Gain Super Skills

Imagination precedes future plans and actions; Why not make it healthy and active for your child as he grows older?

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Real Life Super Hero Inspiration for YouthMUSE

Ponder this long enough and you realize that imagination is a good thing! I, for one, don’t want to squelch it. Kids and adults alike need inspiration and dreams. That’s how we go from good to great.

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Private! Churning Your Imagination

You have to clearly name the goal in all its guts and glory.

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The Super Power of Imagination

How far down the rabbit hole we have fallen to think that imagining things is equivalent to some form of “insanity”! Imagination is valuable and vital to creating the future and tomorrow’s society.

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TV – Does it Help to Develop Imagination?

Does TV help to develop imagination?

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