Training a Child to Work Hard

Parenting 21 October 2014 | 0 Comments

This is always the phrase that is used by mentors to motivate their students. But in a child, it seems to be a motivation as you are only making your child feel down. Yes, it is true that you can improve your skills if you practice more. On the other hand, it is not an assurance that you can perfect the things that you practice. In reality, there is only a great chance that you can do well to what event you will attend.


For example, in the field of basketball, you have to undergo an intensive and weary training to achieve the championship trophy. There are a lot of teams in the league and all these teams practice every day to win. But why there are still teams that lose where in fact they practice well? This is why you should not push your child to practice hardly to perfect his skills because there is still room for failure no matter how hard you practice.

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Once you do this to your child, there is a tendency that you child will train hard and will be hurt once he failed to win. He will feel that he did not train enough. Now, if this happened, all you have to do is motivate your child to maintain and improve his skills in order to encourage him to continue what he started. Your child might be lost for a while but he’ will come back when he is prepared and equipped.


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