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Resources for parenting and raising emotionally intelligent children

Cómo ayudar a los niños a perseguir metas nobles

Cómo ayudar a los niños a perseguir metas nobles

‘¿Cómo puedes animar a un niño a perseguir metas nobles? Josh Freedman y May Duong discuten la importancia de tomar en serio las ideas de los niños y no tener miedo de preguntarles a los niños qué aportan al mundo.’

Posted February 12, 2019 by in Family , Life


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Reflecting on Bad Parenting Moments

Reflecting on Bad Parenting Moments

Jay Grant shares a story about a time he got really angry with his kids – and the lessons he learned reflecting on it that he hopes will help him be more measured in the future. A healthy look at self-compassion and recognizing patterns.

Posted September 3, 2018 by in Family , Life


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How to Create More Positive Family Interactions

How to Create More Positive Family Interactions

Michele Royan and Josh Freedman talk about the challenge of recognizing the patterns we fall into as parents, like a morning routine that consistently causes stress for everyone. And also the amazing opportunity we have as parents to make a choice to examine and change those patterns.

Posted August 27, 2018 by in Family


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A Little Inspiration for Parents

A Little Inspiration for Parents

Parenting is difficult. This short video from a group of parents is inspirational because of its perspective on parenting, life and learning.

Posted August 12, 2018 by in Family


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How Can We Help Kids Feel Motivated?

How Can We Help Kids Feel Motivated?

CEO Josh Freedman sits down with Ramona and John Miranda to talk about extrinsic motivators, feedback styles and levels of autonomy – and how they all relate to each other and to kids developing a healthy sense of intrinsic motivation.

Posted July 30, 2018 by in Family


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How to Keep Learning as Parents

How to Keep Learning as Parents

To do our best job as parents, we need to admit that we do not have all the answers and embrace the opportunity to keep learning. Eldon Pascoe shares two tips he’s learned to keep growing as a parent.

Posted July 23, 2018 by in Family


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How to Become an Ally for Children

How to Become an Ally for Children

Barbara Fatum and Josh Freedman talk about the challenge for parents of walking side-by-side with their children, as opposed to in front of them. An amazing conversation about parenting, power, autonomy, and self-awareness.

Posted July 9, 2018 by in Family


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Praising Kids’ Abstract Paintings

Praising Kids’ Abstract Paintings

Josh Freedman and Jay Grant have a short, lively conversation about how we normally talk to kids and nuanced ways to improve the feedback we give to praise efforts more than outcomes.

Posted July 1, 2018 by in Family


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Learning Styles Overview

Learning Styles Overview

Are you a visual, aural, verbal or kinesthetic learner? What about your kids, students, or clients? Learn more about each of these learning styles and strategies and tips for teaching to each.

Posted June 6, 2018 by in Business , Education , Family , Life


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Manual del Asesor SEI YV

Manual del Asesor SEI YV

Manual actualizado para Asesores de SEI YV

Posted June 5, 2018 by in Education , Family


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Feeling Stressed as a Parent? You’re Not Alone

Feeling Stressed as a Parent? You’re Not Alone

The expectations for kids’ involvement in constant activities seems to grow every year, and this causes a lot of stress for parents. Barbara Fatum and Josh Freedman discuss this trend that many of us feel – and what we can do about it. For more tools for parents after watching the video, check out this […]

Posted May 21, 2018 by in Family


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El Secreto de la Longevidad

El Secreto de la Longevidad

La psicóloga Susan Pinker comparte los hallazgos de su investigación acerca de lo que se necesita para vivir hasta los 100 años y más allá incluso, pero los indicadores principales no son los que ella esperaba encontrar.

Posted May 14, 2018 by in Family , Life


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