May 18, 2015

Motivate Your Child Action Plan

*I was compensated with a FREE copy of the Motivate Your Child Action Plan for this post. My opinions are my own.*

Learn how to develop a parenting plan that takes your child’s unique needs into account. Use the outline of firmness, visioning, teaching, prayer, and coaching to flesh out a strategy to move your child from where he is today, to where he needs to go. The Motivate Your Child ACTION PLAN walks you through the process of identifying an area of weakness and then naming the character quality that needs to grow in your child’s heart. Read about the value relationship and learn the building blocks to make relationships strong in your home. From there you’ll have the framework to move through each day with greater direction and confidence.

The Motivate Your Child ACTION PLAN will give you the tools to address sibling conflict, poor school performance, disrespect, laziness, procrastination, sloppy work, emotional outbursts, self-centeredness, and so much more.
This approach will equip and empower you to parent any age child, from toddlers to teenagers, and beyond. If you have a problem to address in your child, this book can help you envision the solution and then lay out the steps to get there.

It also contains 12 audio presentations by the authors to explain, encourage, and inspire you as you develop your plan.

In the graphic below you will find a code for $5.00 off the already discounted price of the book! 



As a mom of 7, often I think that we as parents know it all by now. But almost everyday I am surprised at what I don't know! Parenting can be so hard at times and its hard to believe that the results will be worth the effort. 
When I first got this book, I was hesitant. But as I started reading and filling out the areas of questions and answers, I started to see the improvements that could be had in my kids. Better their insides and the rest will follow!

"If it looks like disobedience, sounds like disrespect,and feels like abuse, then there is definitely a problem." 

You cant just tell kids to be quiet, stop arguing, and stop the back talk. It may not be the best approach. Kids need to know what to do instead and they also need the tools to get there to do that.

This book can help you get the tools to help them

I give it a 5 out of 5!!


Prefer an ebook? From May 18-20 you can get the ebook version for only $2.99!








2 comments:

  1. Very nice review Debra. It was informative, but you also shared personally. How old are your 7 kids?

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