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Parenting 101: #6 of a Series—Using a Rewards and Consequences List to Motivate Your Child to Change Behavior

This is part of a series on parenting advice, and an excerpt from a free article by the same name in the Free Stuff section of my website.  You can find the entire article here.  In this series I am sharing what I’ve learned as a dad and what I share with parents that I coach.  As always, please let me know what you think.

  • In Part 1, I shared the identity of parents’ greatest ally, and provided the most important thing we need to teach our kids.
  • In Part 2, I recommended we love kids according to their primary love languages, and also urged parents to choose their battles carefully.
  • Part 3 provided a way to not argue.
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Parenting 101: #5 of a Series—Sample Rewards and Consequences List for Motivating Your Child

This is part of a series on parenting advice, and an excerpt from a free article by the same name in the Free Stuff section of my website.  You can find the entire article here.  In this series I am sharing what I’ve learned as a dad and what I share with parents that I coach.  As always, please let me know what you think.

  • In Part 1, I shared the identity of parents’ greatest ally, and provided the most important thing we need to teach our kids.
  • In Part 2, I recommended we love kids according to their primary love languages, and also urged parents to choose their battles carefully.
  • Part 3 provided a way to not argue.
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Parenting 101: #4 of a Series–The Best Motivators for Changing Behavior

This is part of a series on parenting advice, and an excerpt from a free article by the same name in the Free Stuff section of my website.  You can find the entire article here.  In this series I am sharing what I’ve learned as a dad and what I share with parents that I coach.  As always, please let me know what you think.

In Part 1, I shared the identity of parents’ greatest ally, and provided the most important thing we need to teach our kids. In Part 2, I recommended we love kids according to their primary love languages, and also urged parents to choose their battles carefully. Part 3 provided a way to not argue. …

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