Unlock Your Child's Potential!

Get smarter about making your kid succesed

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Hello, that's Breaking Egg. We hope this newsletter finds you in great spirits and health. Guiding your child to become the best version of themselves is a rewarding and challenging responsibility. An essential tool in this journey is instilling a growth mindset in your child.

In today's mail:

  1. How to Encourage a Growth Mindset in Your Child

  2. Key Strategies to Encourage Growth Mindset:

  3. Praise the Process

πŸ” Focus: The Importance of 'Yet'

A small but powerful word, 'yet,' can transform a child's mindset and encourage positive thinking. Instead of saying, "I can't solve this math problem," encourage them to say, "I can't solve this math problem... yet."

🌟 Key Strategies to Encourage Growth Mindset:

Praise the Process: Praise your child for their efforts, not just the outcome. For example, say, "You worked so hard!" instead of "You're so smart!"

Lead by Example: Show your child how you learn from your mistakes and face new challenges.

Explain the Science: Teach your child that our brains can grow and change through learning and practice.

Introduce New Experiences: Encourage your child to try new activities and learn new skills.

Seek Services to Help: If you have concerns about your child's skills, consider therapy services like Speech, Occupational, or Physical Therapy from TherapyWorks.

πŸ” Don’t forget: you are parent and friend, not coach

🌐 Real-World Impact: 

The power of a growth mindset is exemplified in the stories of many successful individuals. For instance, Thomas Edison, the inventor of the light bulb, faced thousands of failures before he successfully created a working light bulb. His determination and belief in his own potential, despite numerous setbacks, led him to become one of the most prolific inventors in history. Similarly, Oprah Winfrey faced a challenging childhood and early career setbacks, but her belief in her own abilities and her determination to overcome obstacles led her to become one of the most influential and successful figures in media. In both cases, the theme is consistent: when individuals, supported by their families and communities, maintain belief in their potential and dreams despite setbacks, the path to success becomes more attainable and fulfilling.

You are lighthouse for your kids:

πŸš€ Albert Einstein was once thought to have learning disabilities. Today, he is regarded as one of the most brilliant minds in history. Encourage your kids to overcome challenges and keep pushing forward!

🎡 The Beatles were rejected by many record labels before becoming one of the most famous bands in the world. Teach your children to persevere and never give up on their dreams!

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