1. It’s Never Too Late to Achieve Your Dreams

    six people who prove age isn't a barrier to successIf you think that it’s too late to achieve your dreams, think again. Age shouldn’t be a barrier to achieving a goal or fulfilling a dream.

    Remember, what applies to kids also applies to adults: Kids often learn best from example, and so showing a child how to work toward what he or she wants in life, and to not give up when the going gets challenging, can be a great lesson.

    The example set by these six real-life entrepreneurs – Colonel Sanders of Kentucky Fried Chicken, Ray Croc of McDonald’s, television personality Joy Behar, Stan Lee of Marvel Comics, and Tim and Nina Zagat of the Zagat restaurant guides and ratings – illustrate why success does not have an age limit.

    Although your goal may not be to start a major global franchise or become a star in another way, the stories of these six men and women are inspiring.

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  2. Time Management for Parents: How to Organize Multiple Schedules for Multiple Children

    Girl writing on family calendarOrganizing your personal schedule can be challenging by itself. Add to that the schedules of multiple children and any number of their activities, and you could spend days trying to keep track of everything that needs to get done.

    The key to managing multiple schedules is having the right tools and the right mindset. Here are six tips and tactics for time management for parents:

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  3. 10 Steps To Achieve Any Goal

    10 steps to achieve any goalMany people like to set resolutions and goals for the year ahead. What’s even better is finding the motivation to follow through.

    Achieving a goal may not always be easy, but one shouldn’t get discouraged. Be inspired by the following 10 steps to achieve any goal and ambitions, whether you want to get into better shape, pay off financial debts, change careers, or follow a dream.

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  4. 10 Really Easy New Year’s Resolutions that You Can Keep

    New Year’s party hatAccording to the research institute Statistic Brain, nearly half of all Americans – 45 percent – usually make a New Year’s resolution every year, of which only 8 percent successfully achieve it.

    One reason that so few people accomplish what they set out to do is because their resolutions may be unrealistic. For example, going to the gym every day may sound like a great idea but may not be workable within the constraints of everyday life.

    Setting attainable resolutions for the New Year can keep you on track as well as help you to work toward more lofty goals in the future.

    Here’s our list of 10 easy New Year’s resolutions that you can actually keep this year:

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  5. 30 Random Acts of Kindness Your Kids Can Perform

    random acts of kindnessA little bit of kindness can go a long way, and often it doesn’t take much to brighten someone’s day. The term a “random act of kindness” – allegedly coined by writer Anne Herbert, author of the children’s book Random Kindness and Senseless Acts of Beauty, published in 1993 by Volcano Press – refers to a selfless act performed either to help or cheer up someone else.

    Kindness and compassion are contagious. To help you teach your child that he or she can contribute to spreading goodwill, here are 30 ideas for “random acts of kindness” that your child could perform on any day.

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    Categories: Parenting Tips