As Susan L. Paterson added, “Inside the pages of ‘How to Motivate Kids – No Nagging Required!’ you’ll discover the very best, most effective tips and strategies about motivating kids. You’ll be glad to know there’s no fluff or filler and it’s packed with practical information you can use instantly.”
Where many books on this subject are written by those with a child psychology degree with a great deal of “head-knowledge”
Susan L. Paterson has addressed the most relevant frustrations to parents when it comes to motivating kids. “Have you ever wanted to close the door on your child’s messy room forever? Have you ever felt like smashing several screens in your home just to get your kids to stop staring at them and do something worthwhile? Has the sound of your own voice as you nag and nag and nag even started to drive YOU crazy?” As a mother she can relate. “I’m the mother of two teenagers with 15 years of parenting under my belt. I want children that are self-motivated individuals who want to succeed and are willing to do whatever it takes! So I went about the business of figuring out what actually works when it comes to motivating kids. Since my children’s early years, I’ve been working through this problem and have learned a lot in the process about how to motivate kids. And the good news is – I wrote it all down!”
Inside her eBook you’ll discover
• How to find your child’s internal motivators
• How to make rewards (aka bribes) work for you!
• Why praise can have the opposite effect you were hoping for
These how-to’s for motivating kids are just a few of the gems you’ll find inside the pages of “How to Motivate Kids – No Nagging Required!”
The eBook is available for immediate download at www.CommunicationWithKids.com and to help as many people as possible, this valuable eBook is available at the special introductory price of only $2.99.
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Susan L. Paterson has been a parent for 15 years - the last 8 as a single mother. Ms. Paterson’s highest accolades to date are when her 13-year-old son and 15-year-old daughter told her she was a “lot cooler than most parents.” Susan’