The thunder rolls so loudly

pedestrian accident
Time flies…this happened a week ago. Learning how to safely cross a busy road is taught at a very young age. Learning how to manage your time so you don’t take dangerous shortcuts may never be taught to children by adults.


The thunder rolls so loudly.

And what you do thunders so loudly, they can’t hear what you say…

Parents serve their children when they:

Articulate a clear, concise, and compelling vision of the future.

Move past training on the basics (personal hygiene, spell, read, write, etc) to developing their children with the soft, life-skills like honesty, judgment, responsibility, initiative, fun, and self-control.

Create clear expectations on their priorities until they can create their own accountability for those priorities.

Teach them commitment by demonstrating it every, single, day.


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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites.