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Positive Parenting for Your Child’s Future | The LLiBrary Lunchtime Talk

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Find out why it is especially important to use a positive parenting style in your child’s early years of growing up.

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  1. Do you want your child to be a well-balanced adult?
  2. Do you want your child to be confident and successful?
  3. Do you want your child to be a future leader?

If your answer is ‘YES’ to these 3 questions, then come and listen to this talk to find out why it is especially important to use a positive parenting style in the early years of your child as it can make or break their future as an adult.

Parents, being the leaders of their family, need to know how to and why it is important to ascend the 5 levels of the Parenting Ladder as their children grow up. 

Parents need to constantly remind themselves to exercise a positive parenting style to bring up their children in a wholesome manner. The positive parenting style used during the early years of a child will come to fruition many years later when they grow up to be adults. Positive parenting can be in the form of words of praise or affirmation spoken to the child at appropriate times. However, if parents forget this essential parenting style and raise their children using only their position and authority as a parent, then the probability of infusing negativity in their children is high and may affect the level of confidence and success of their children when they become adults.

About the Speaker 

Andrew Soong is a very dynamic, vibrant, entertaining, and engaging speaker and trainer.  He has more than 15 years of speaking and training experience. He is also a father of two sons and brings with him a wealth of many years of parenting experience.

Andrew is a certified Speaker, Trainer and Coach and an Executive Director of the John Maxwell Team. He is also a certified Human Behavioural Analysis Trainer and Consultant. Andrew considers himself to be a ‘Bridge Builder’ of parent and child relationships.  He frequently speaks to groups of parents and helps bridge the communication and relationship gap between parents and their children.


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