Self-Discipline: “A child is not a vessel to be filled, but a lamp to be lit”

Keep in mind as you are reading this, it is 6:00 AM; my 7 month-old son is playing beside me; and mom is trying to get some sleep.

Leading by example

I believe that many traits on this list, including this one, for one, needs to be lived by example: Your child’s largest training tools are their own […]

What Confidence means to me as a Proud Papa!

“I love you, Ella!” “I love you dada!” The nature vs nurture question has merit on both sides of the discussion. Common sense should tell us that positive reinforcement and love will lead to Confidence in a child. It is my belief that expressing a sincere form of love has helped to shape Ella’s Confidence. The […]

Eating one marshmallow can lower your SAT scores.

This week’s topic is self-discipline. Interestingly enough, I am a day late in posting this because I lacked the ‘self-discipline’ to carve out the needed time this last weekend to edit my draft.

I have a four-year-old son, Eli. He has incredible self-control. He never throws a fit. He knows how to express his […]