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Habits to Benefits, Vol. 1: Building A Brilliant Child
- Narrated by: Simone Feiler
- Length: 12 hrs and 17 mins
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Are you doing parenting right?
In a world filled with half-baked adults, ridden with polluted culture, and individuals with confused identities, the responsibility is resting on parents to build a healthy future. No longer can we rely on external authorities like governments, schools, and the society to groom children. No longer can we hope and pray that children turn out well. No longer can we accommodate inappropriate parenting. Parents must rise to the task and imbibe healthy habits in their children.
Habits to Benefits, Vol. 1 contains 56 healthy habits that parents can help their children to develop. The audiobook provides an exposition on the benefits and applications of each of the 56 benefits. Not only are your children going to have fun implementing good habits, but they are also going to be able to retain the habits into their adulthood.
In this audiobook, you will gain a different perspective on parenting. It will show you the research studies done on habit formation, how you can take advantage of these findings, and how beliefs and self-concept affect children’s behaviour.
Habits to Benefits, Vol. 1: Building A Brilliant Child - Written by international best-selling author Ha-Le Thai.
This in-depth examination of how to create helpful habits will be a life-saver for parents struggling to understand their children and help them lead happier, more successful lives. For those interested in the science behind habit formation, the first section offers a theoretical framework for thinking about the influence parents can have in early childhood. The rest of the audiobook is a treasure-trove of 56 practical habits that will help parents to create resilient human beings. Listeners will return again and again to seek inspiration for becoming better parents. - Dr Rich Allen