Are your children always on their phones and not engaging with the rest of your family?
Do your children refuse to come to you for advice?
Do you have to nag your children in order to get them to do something?
Or do you have children who aren’t motivated or willing to put effort into something?
A Savvi Family is a functional family. They are able to trust each other, as well as align themselves and most importantly support each other by coming together as one when times are tough.
A Savvi Family will also build a strong sense of togetherness by supporting and motivating each other to help achieve their goals. This will help the family to grow and develop their bond.
Realize the importance of personal development by living by strong principles leading to a more fulfilled life.
Learn an effective way to help motivate and support each other.
Mutually identify a strong and sustainable set of values to live by and make sure everyone is prepared to stick by them.
Talk to each other when something unexpected happens to make sure a solution can be reached and arguments within the household can be avoided.
Set goals that can be collectively reached together as a family, whilst setting rewards for reaching them.
Do you as a parent understand your behaviour and that of your children’s?
Understanding your strengths and weaknesses will help bring the best out in you as a parent.
Your parenting style will manifest within your behaviour.
Identifying how your child behaves will help you become a better parent.
This is why we offer training and psychometric profiles for both parents and children.
If you'd like to learn more, please watch our YouTube Video on psychometric profiling below:
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“ ‘I can’ more important than IQ”- Robin Sharma
If you don’t have that ‘I can’ attitude, your children won’t have a fulfilled life.
Quarterly Updates and Annual Goal Setting will make sure that your children are on the right path to achieving any of their targets.
Develop ways of creating a culture of goal setting that will enhance success in your family.
Setting goals and responsibilities will teach your children how to plan, prioritise and get results whilst learning the importance of persistence.
Whether your children achieve their goals or not, they are still taking responsibility and developing that ‘I can’ attitude.
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“If you don’t know what you stand for, you will fall for anything”- Modern Day Proverb
Teach your child lasting values so they are not influenced by others.
Guide your children by educating them on the topics of right and wrong.
“It’s not hard to make decisions when you know what your values are”- Roy E Disney
Give your children a sense of direction and something to aim for by creating a bond within your family.
Use a family charter to help identify ‘Hidden Motivators’, which everyone in you family has to agree to live by.
If you would like your own family charter created, you can download our guidelines by filling out the form below:
"It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it”
Connect with your children and open channels of communication in your family.
Sit down and have a 1-1 with your children. This will help with their self esteem and builds a positive relationship.
Understand how your children like to communicate and the ways they struggle to. 1-1’s are also important between children to help them bond and support each other as they grow older.
Weekly meetings are a great way to catch up with your family and ensure that everyone gets a chance to discuss any thing that they need to.
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Understanding and implementing weekly family meetings is discussed in my book which can be purchased on Amazon if you follow the link below:
“When you stop growing, you start dying”- William Shakespeare
Mentoring is a great way to seek inspiration and reach outwards and upwards.
Learn effective ways of motivating and supporting your child. Get your child to look towards you as a credible source of advice.
Empower your child to make the right decision in their choice of friends and university subject choices.
As your children get older give them hands on experience through work experience to develop their motivation and independence whilst driving to succeed.
Avoid your family from stagnating and plateauing, which is detailed in my book which is available by clicking the link below.