GPS Event: What Do You Say?: How to Talk with Kids to Build Motivation, Stress Tolerance, and a Happy Home

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Dr. William Stixrud & Ned Johnson What Do You Say: How to Talk to Kids to Build Stress Tolerance, Motivation and a Happy Home
The authors’ 1st book “The Self-Driven Child” shared the tools needed to enhance a child’s drive, confidence, and healthy decision-making to move from powerlessness to purpose and the action-steps needed to help students improve academic performance, career success, and positive emotional well-being. This psychologist and test prep CEO now share how to engage in respectful and effective dialogue, demonstrating the basic principles of listening and speaking. Learn the new ways to handle thorny topics that end in parent/kid standoffs, such as: delivering constructive feedback, discussing boundaries around technology, explaining sleep and their brains, the anxiety of current events, and family problem-solving.

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