How to Motivate Your Children


Parents are children’s first teachers. However, many times it gets frustrating if the children are not motivated. Early in a child’s life, he or she needs to learn the meaning of ‘no’ because there are lots of prohibitions to keep them safe. At the same time, however, the child needs to feel loved so as not to take the ‘no’ negatively.

It is the tendency that most parents want only the best for their children. It does not mean, however, that they have to always get what they want. Children are not experienced, but parents are when it comes to daily issues. Parents should be the guiding light of their children; not the other way around.


Many parents get frustrated, but that should not be so. With Motivate Your Child Action Plan, you can train your children the way they should be so that when they are older, they will not depart from their teachings.

There are specific needs that holler for attention like anger in kids or parents, defiance, resistance, blaming, justifying, lack of respect, communication problems, lying, sibling conflict, bad attitudes, learning about sex and many other concerns. You will receive TWELVE audio teaching lessons that you can listen to, together with the book, which is a Christian Parent’s Guide to Raising Kids Who Do What They Need to Do Without Being Told.  Visit their Facebook page for more details and to all my lovely readers, the book set (MYC and MYC Action Plan) are discounted right now — $29.95 and $36.99 (reg. $39.99 and $56.94) plus you have $5 off — code: AP5BGT (good through May 30)