Leaders that play to their strengths and understand their blind spots are able to be their best, lead others to be their best whilst juggling multiple other plates at the same time. It makes sense as busy parents that we are doing the same in the home.
How do we maximise our efforts to fit in what we need to do?
How do we keep both children and parents happy and healthy?
How can we feel confident our actions today will take us where we want to be?
How do we ensure good habits are instilled in our children?
Most people want certainty. As a parent you want to know your child is happy, is healthy, is capable, is successful, knows how to read and write and express their opinion.
According to the world economic forum, creativity is number 3 in the top 10 skills demanded in 2020.
No-one is happy all the time.
No parent is perfect all the time
No child is well behaved all of the time.
You can make choices in the moment that determine your energy, influence the way you lead and craft the meanings your child takes from the exchange.