3 Tips to Raise Self-Confident Children – – Mindvalley

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Raising happy, healthy, and self-confident children is a much more difficult job than it seems. In this video, I’ll use information I’ve gathered from years of research to explain the best ways to ensure your children grow up healthy, happy and full of confidence.

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  1. Thank you Brian, this should come handy. I have tried to handle my boy child with discipline but it is certainly not working out,I elicit the exact opposite of what I set out to achieve, I will surely do things differently with this video and would appreciate any further assistance in this regard.

  2. My middle son isn't very confident in school and he's somewhat a perfectionist. He's very consciousness and cautious . He doesn't like to disappoint. My other two are extremely confident and outgoing. Right now, it's a struggle to get him to write independently. He only wants to write if his teacher is right there helping him every step of the way. Any advice? I want to help him, but I'm unsure how.