For the things that matter most and the ones we care most about
Your values are your unconscious drivers. They give you a place from which to make decisions, take action (or not), and frame the way you show up in the world.
We live our values, and we live them subconsciously. They happen on autopilot and may even work against the outcomes we want for ourselves.
“When your values are clear to you, making decisions becomes easier.” R. Disney
Show up in Your Family From a Place of Knowledge
Time spent on self-reflection leading to self-growth is never wasted.
The values you live by may not even be the values of your conscious choosing … If you’ve ever felt yourself on autopilot buying something you don’t want or need, eating something you don’t want or need, or saying something you don’t want or need … then you would benefit from taking a look at your values.
And how about your rangatahi, do they even know what their values are? Without values, your life can be rudderless. Leaving them floating, and open to peer pressure.
When parents step up and make the unconscious conscious, their rangatahi are watching. And learning. Figuring out your values changes you. And it will change them too.
Why your best intentions are just not working.
What to stop saying.
What to start saying.
How to listen AND understand.
How to state your position clearly and get your needs met.
The best way to work with your tween, teen or young adult.
Your new understandings.
Strengthen your strategies.
Talk with your tweens/teens/young adults.
Listen to their thoughts.
Reconnect with love and authenticity.
Guide them because they’ll ask you to.
Refer back to the online resource.
Wherever you are in your parenting journey, you want your kids to be happy.
It starts with you, because it only takes one person.
Coaching by design: couples, small groups or solo learning following the teen talk course.
When the course is completed, you get to keep the online resource.
Priced at $49 and useable for individuals or the family.
Are you ready to be the change you want to see in your family?
I wanted to thank you for the wonderful workshop on Wednesday night. We have had a lot of feedback both from parents and teachers on how much they enjoyed this. They certainly got a lot of takeaways/tools to use when communicating with their tweens/teens