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Parent Your Way

Zig Ziglar said, “I don’t care how much power, brilliance or energy you have, if you don’t harness it and focus it on a specific target, and hold it there you’re never going to accomplish as much as your ability warrants.”

We need to #ParentWithPurpose and harness our focus on specific targets, or goals for our children.

You are the best person to give your children what they will need. Taking the time to find out what your goals are, will help you figure out what your ‘own style of parenting’ should be.  Don’t allow others to influence you to follow the ‘newest’, ‘best in the market,’ ‘parenting method, ‘Parent Your Own Way, #ParentWithPuporse!!!

Listed below are some purposes including the five that I had picked while discovering my own style of parenting.

Please feel free to join our community and add other great parenting goals.

Pick 3-5 goals, commit to spending a ½ hour a week to learning better ways to parent with your goals in mind, by following along and see if any of the videos, blogs, or comments from other parents will help you achieve your goals even more so.

Click here to tell us your goals and commit to learning to with #parentwithpurpose.

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One Comment

  1. Gary Nettleship September 16, 2017 at 12:20 am - Reply

    Lynda has lots of life experience and wisdom. She and her husband have raised four children and she has learned through the school of hard knocks. She has “been there and done that” and learned all the way along through her success’s and struggles that all parents go through. I think she has lots of practical advice that will be a wonderful help to parents who are trying to “get it right”. She is kind yet firm. She is a great inspiration to parents who are struggling because for the most part she had been there and done that.
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