Being an Imperfect Parent sucks because we all want our children to succeed and we know we have to lead them but the nagging question of “are we doing enough” is always there.
We struggled as a family, we tried lots of ideas and many simply failed but in the end we built a solution, a framework to thrive as a family. We want others families to succeed, be happy and thrive as well. Yes, wanting others to succeed is a cliché but we mean it.
How Imperfect Parents Lead Great Families
One of life’s great injustices is that having children does not magically transform you into a great parent. No matter how deeply you wish to build a strong family, you bring your emotional baggage, blind spots, and biases to the task. No parent is perfect, but there is a way to embrace our imperfections, set an intention for our families and lead them to epic success. The secret? Know who you are by living and communicating through your values.
How Imperfect Parents Lead Great Families teaches you how to establish a culture of communicating in your home with three powerful strategies for being an intentional parent and family:
- Bring your family together through unity by aligning your values and purpose.
- Communicate consistently and continuously with clarity to provide the example you want your children to learn from.
- Grow your children’s confidence through action by turning all their efforts into positive experiences.
Start Leading Your Family Intentionally by Turning Common Sense into Common Practice.