Five Misconceptions Parents Have About Their Children’s Ability

January 14, 2013
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Every parent wants their children to be successful. The question is, as parents, do you know what it takes to cultivate a successful mindset in your children?

What are you doing at home that is teaching your children the mindset of success?

In this week’s show, host Chiao Kee Lim speaks with two-time award winning marketeer and speaker, Ann Morgan James about the Five Misconceptions Parents Have About Their Children’s Ability that may impact on their children’s ability to be successful. Ann is also the author of the book “How To Raise A Millionaire”.

Listen in as Chiao Kee and Ann talks about the following:

  • How our own assumptions about our children’s ability may sell our kids short;
  • Why loading our children’s schedule with extra-curricular activities to make them well-rounded individuals is a myth;
  • Why teaching our kids to win deprives them of an important skill in life;
  • The fallacy with telling our children how great they are; and much more.

Go HERE to listen to the show.

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About The Guest

Ann Morgan James is a two-time award winning marketeer. She is also an author, a speaker and Jack’s Mom. In her book, How to Raise a MillionaireTM, Ann tells how she helped her son Jack regain his self-esteem and confidence after being bullied in school. You can find out more about both Ann and Jack at their website http://www.howtoraiseamillionaire.com.

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