Parents, if after reading this sign, you feel as if you have a teenager who feels like this at home, I can help!!!!!
If you need guidance in traveling the teenage world, don’t hesitate to email me, firstname.lastname@example.org for a FREE 30 minute Parent Life Coaching session.
Helping Navigate the teen world,
Certified Professional Life Coach
July 15, 2013 in assistance, Children, consultation, daily word, empowering, Father, God, inspiration, Laugh, Life, mother, motherhood, support, Uncategorized
Tagged consequences, rules, Teenagers, teens
In order for me to be successful at this game of life, I have to make sure I am focused on what I want out of life. To this accomplish this objective, I have rules which I follow, these seven rules help me keep focused.
What are the rules you follow?
1. GOD Is First in my life, my world and my affairs.
2. If is in front of me is because I can do it.
3. Even when I fail at it, my daily goal is to be good to others.
4. Out of ALL of my experiences ONLY Good will come.
5. Everything that happens to me happens for my Highest Good. Even when I don’t see it.
6. One day at a time.
7. The World is conspiring in My Favor!
Coach Arthur, Certified Professional Life Coach
April 21, 2013 in assistance, Coaching, empowering, God, inspiration, Life, Life Coaching, motivation, Spiritual, support, Truth, Uncategorized, wisdom
Tagged bible, Life Coach, meditation, mission, parent life coaching, rules, rules to live by, thinking, thought, vision, words
On Saturday, My Sorority (Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.) had the Honor of hosting the 40 days of Peace Youth Symposium. We had over 300 individuals attend and many of them were young people.
We had a panel of experts speak to the young people. We had a pastor/professor/major of a city in Miami, a Chief of Police for a local community college, a community college professor, a mother who after her child was murdered started RJT Foundation, Inc.
“Women Supporting Families of Murdered Children” (please check out her website: www.rjtfoundation.com), and a pastor.
I listened as intently as I could possibly listen under the stress of thinking that I myself had to go up on stage at the end and also speak. One thing that I heard said time and time again is what I want to share here. I am sharing it because I heard this message over and over again, last week in different venues so I know I MUST share.
The main idea I heard at this symposium for our young people was,that our thoughts create our experiences. There was one young lady who asked how can she who lives in the inner city, who is confronted with violence at every turn, how can she have peace? How can she not retaliate when that is the world she lives in? The answer was the same. Just because you are surrounded by violence, doesn’t mean you have to be part of the violence.
I read this in a blog last week, well, this is my interpretation:
thoughts + feelings = manifestation.
I will ask parents to try this exercise for the next 40 days and reply to this blog to tell me how it worked out for you. Consider this a Life Coaching FREE session: Reflect upon an area in your parental life you will like to change (ie: screaming excessively). Decide to think differently about screaming. Feel the feeling you will have when you are no longer in need to scream at your children. What does you not screaming look like to you? How does it feel like? What do you hear?
I can’t wait to hear from each and everyone of you that read this blog.
By the way, I decided that for the next 40 days I will not loose my Peace when it comes to my children! I am not going to get upset when they are listening to POP That Pandora and sing it, I have no clue on what they are saying and that drives me NUTS! This is day two, so far so good!
Posted in Children, Coaching, Father, Life, Life Coaching, mother, motherhood, Parenting, Truth
Tagged children, fatherhood, Life, Life Coach, Lifestyle, mother, motherhood, parenting, parents, rules, Teenagers, thinking, Thoughts, truth
APPLY THESE RULES TO YOUR PARENTING ARSENAL
January 4, 2013 in Children, Life, Parenting, Teenagers, Uncategorized
Tagged children, happy, Life, Lifestyle, parenting, rules