Helping a child on a road to success made easy with the ebook 33 Traits of Successful Children. Wow! What a catalyst for parents and children!
Kris Manley has done it again! The Resumes for Children lady has put together this encouraging ebook that gives parents ways in which to put their children on a road to success. A child can be a success in their own little world, and there are many ways to achieve success. This ebook, 33 Traits of Successful Children, details a variety of avenues that can be taken for children to be successful.
What's inside the eBook? Ok, just a peek.
- Learn how to create a successful child's Bucket List.
- Learn what's in a successful child's clothing arsenal.
- Why successful children are part of Mastermind Groups.
- Discover what organizations assist in the success of children.
- Download the children's Goal Setting worksheets in this ebook.
Get this book! It will encourage, inspire, and motivate any child.
"33 Traits of Successful Children is directed to parents who want to teach their kids how to create and focus on life goals leading to success, and outlines a host of attributes shared by successful children, from becoming tech-savvy and adopting a suitable mentor to understanding how etiquette works, creating a bucket list of goals, and even crafting a resume.
While some of these processes would initially seem to indicate an older audience's involvement, the pleasure of 33 Traits of Successful Children is that each trait is outlined with a child in mind. Thus, the discussion of the importance of etiquette is reinforced by links to Emily Post and other etiquette sites, while the admonition to "ask for help" goes beyond making a request and accepting its results to show how this action encourages a team effort and ultimately connects the child to a collaborative process with shared goals rather than operating in an isolating environment, alone.
It should be mentioned that the author's website promotes creating resumes for children, and this website branding is on every page and listed in the 'resumes' section as a key resource supporting the book.
This note aside, 33 Traits of Successful Children is not about building resumes alone; but about understanding and fostering positive relationships, attitudes, and approaches to life at a much earlier age than one might expect. The result is an accessible, simple, yet specific series of actions that invite parents to encourage the types of habits that lead to lifelong success."
"Thoughts: We've reviewed books of Manley before and enjoyed them, so we were more than open to reviewing another one of her books for her. Note that these books are not storybooks, but informative books/e-books on raising a successful child.
In Manley's 33 TRAITS OF SUCCESSFUL CHILDREN, she outlines 33 important traits that a successful child has. This is a wonderful, quick and clear guide to raising successful children for parents and is much recommended if you have a kid who is interested in trying out/applying for different activities or schools. We certainly found it helpful! Manley's writing is clear and informative, making this a perfect option for parents looking for some quick and easy tips. One note of warning, however: one of the traits mentioned is that successful children pray and attribute all of their success to God. People of different religions may have an issue with this, but even for us, being Jewish, we didn't really mind since it isn't a huge part of the story. On the other hand, something we liked most about 33 TRAITS OF SUCCESSFUL CHILDREN was that, in addition to including the 33 traits, it also gave helpful activities and websites recommended to help engage your child.
Overall, 33 TRAITS OF SUCCESSFUL CHILDREN is an extremely helpful guide that we recommend to parents with ambitious children."