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29
Aug

Find a Mentor

In Africa, the successful don’t share the ‘secret.’ Could this be one reason why we still lag behind others? Did you know the more you lift someone, the higher you […]

28
Aug

The Leader who Never Led

The Siberian Tiger is the largest of the Big Cats. Almost all documentaries show that the Siberian Tiger will fatally devour a male lion. The tiger bite is stronger. But […]

27
Aug

Born a Leader

Has someone told you, “Know your place.”? Know where you belong! Has someone tried to silence your voice? Has someone suggested you were born to serve others? Have you desired […]

25
Aug

There’s no ugly child

While we’ll continue to advocate for deliberate parenting, at the bottom line of victorious parenting is God. Don’t play God. Pray God. You’re just a mum. Don’t lose your cool […]

24
Aug

Are you a Red Lights Parent?

Children are experiential learners. That means they have to see for themselves if the stove is hot. Unless you’re worried about serious injury, give them some leeway for occasional experiments. […]

23
Aug

Have you given up on your child?

A survey on 35,000 parents by Dr. James Dobson indicated that the compliant child enjoys higher self-esteem than the strong-willed child – 19% of compliant teenagers and 43% of very […]

22
Aug

Fathers & Sons

Being a father is life’s fullest expression of masculinity. But for many males, regrettably, life consists of a search for the lost father. Are you a lost father to someone? […]

20
Aug

Fathers & Daughters

Fathers, you are your daughter’s inner voice. The way you talk to your daughter will become how she talks to herself. Be gentle but firm. Mum is usually the safe […]

20
Aug

Sex Education has Ruined the West

I’m writing to you this article from London. I’ll be speaking mid-morning (U.K. time) on parenting. I’ve been teaching on parenting and relationships over this weekend. I’ve lost count on […]

19
Aug

What is your teen doing with her phone?

Several pedagogical experts agree that watching TV for many hours compromises a child’s memory, concentration and attention spans in the classroom. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends parents limit […]

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