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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Successful Kids Make a Difference

Teaching our children at a very young age how to make a difference in their lives or in the lives of others challenges them to look beyond themselves and focus on the world around them. Volunteering or becoming involved in things that interest them are ways to encourage them to succeed in whatever they choose to explore. 

If they are involved in sports or other types of after-school activities, they are already working toward mastering skills and feeling good about themselves (as long as they enjoy what they are accomplishing), but if you are an alert parent, you already know that from a very early age, children truly enjoy helping others. Allowing them to develop their innate desire to help others will, in turn, help them discover that feeling of fulfillment. They won't become so wrapped up in themselves that they'll hide out in their bedrooms looking for anything that helps them feel better about themselves. They will look within and they will find a way to use their own talents to benefit themselves and others.

For more information about how to help your child make a difference, please read, How YOU Can Make a Difference in the Life or Lives of Others.

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