Kids (Teenagers) Advice To Parents

Been listening to a fair bit of Jim Rohn’s audio CDs (passed to me by a friend) and found this interesting to share.

These are some real live suggestions or feedback by teenagers in his seminar to parents. Some of them are pretty interesting and gave me a chuckle or two.

The Kids Advice To Parents are:

  1. Mentor someone and make a difference.
  2. Practice what you preach.
  3. Encourage and give your kids a chance.
  4. Support your children and don’t force them to do things they don’t want to.
  5. Be there for the kids and stop worrying too much. Parents should chill.
  6. Talk less, listen more. (I love this one)
  7. Don’t think your kids are too young. (and dumb I suppose)
  8. Take your children out for a walk every night.
  9. Instill good work ethics to your kids and encourage them to save early.

I have 2 kids myself, one aged 8 and the other just a few months old. I guess very soon my 8 year old daughter will turn teenage soon and I think I should heed these advice in advance. Kids these days are so different from our times.

And for myself I stand by one principle — they deserve our respect as much as we deserve theirs. So take a good look at these advice because they did not come from me. They come from teenagers to adults and this is the best way you can get feedback from your relationship with them.

Victor Lee is the owner of imVictorLee.com. Passionate in Affiliate Marketing, Personal Development and Training, Victor hopes to equip more people with skills and knowledge not just to make money online, but to have financial and time freedom for the things that matter most.
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Victor Lee

Victor Lee is the owner of imVictorLee.com. Passionate in Affiliate Marketing, Personal Development and Training, Victor hopes to equip more people with skills and knowledge not just to make money online, but to have financial and time freedom for the things that matter most.
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