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How to Motivate your Child? | Hansaji on Chanakya's Ways!

Convincing your child to do things they don’t want to do can be challenging many a times. But then as parents how do we improve their behaviour, and yet increase their knowledge.

On the occasion of Children’s Day, Smt. Hansaji shares her expert tips on cracking the code to inspire children in various simple yet unconventional ways.

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How to Motivate Your Child to Brush their Teeth

Join Carlene Dorsey as she motivates her daughter to brush her teeth by using a song. This educational video will begin to create interest in the teeth brushing process and make teeth brushing more than a mundane task.

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ADHD and Oppositional defiant disorder – How to Motivate a Defiant Child

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When your ADHD child does something you don’t like, perhaps they’re missing the life skills to do what you’d like them to do. This video will show you how to teach your ADHD or oppositional defiant disorder child in the most positive and proactive manner possible.

We’ve been taught that this is a disease you’re all left to suffer through for eighteen years. But, that’s not the truth. All kids are born with the perfect potential to be, do and have whatever they choose in life.

How can we discipline our children while maintaining a healthy spirit? Motivate them to engage in life and the learning process.

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How Do I Get My Kid Motivated for School? 3 Things You Can Say to Motivate Your Kids

What you say to your kids can make a big difference in his/her motivation to work hard in school!
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Motivate Your Kids to Learn

Productivity guru Jason Womack explains how to use your children’s interests to engage them in their schoolwork. (www.womackcompany.com)

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How To Motivate Your Kids Parent Training Video Series

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How to Motivate your Kids

Lee Hausner provides some value advice on how to get your kids motivated.
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Parental Advice – Using Effective Motivators by ParentTools

http://Parenttools.org has created a series of 6 videos designed to help frustrated parents with difficult teens.

The information in the videos is applicable not only for difficult teens, but is an excellent resource for parents of children of all ages. In fact the sooner a parent starts using the techniques taught in these videos, the sooner they will see a positive impact with their children.

This is the 3rd of 4 sample clips from the 1st video in the series titles “How to Motivate Your Teen”. This clip talks about how parents are in a perfect position to create an environment that motivates positive behavior from children, but fail to take advantage of this position.

You can motivate and create leverage with your teen by holding the keys to things that motivate them. This can be both things they strongly want or consequences they strongly want to avoid. Consequences are strong and necessary motivators. Getting fired, failing grades, going to jail, getting benched on your sports team all play an important part of motivation. Equally important is rewards and benefits. For teens this may include receiving physical possessions but more often is privileges or opportunities. This includes things like being able to be with friends, having a cell phone, watching TV, listening to music, having money to spend, playing video games, going out with their friends, having transportation, and use of a computer. Parents are in a perfect situation to create leverage with their teens since almost every possession, privilege or opportunity that teens have are either given, supplied or granted by their parents. Yet most parents, and especially those with defiant teens have very little if any leverage with their teens. Why? This is the key. Most parents have put their teens on what we call teenage pension.

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Kids will tell what motivates them

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What motivates your child?

Motivation! Are all your kids the same or do you, like me, have to come up with different things to motivate them in schoolwork and life?

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