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Even when you believe you’re treating each of your children the same, they often don’t think so.
Each child has different perspectives on life, different strengths, different passions.
What if you had a more accurate, clear understanding of each one’s unique, dominant strengths?
How much more effective could you be in supporting their development?
How much better could you recognize where they’re most likely to excel?
What new ways could you find to guide them towards more productive, fulling careers and pursuits?
You can discover your children’s unique talents.
And also how you can use your own talents and strengths to be the most effective and supportive parent possible.
Strengths Based Parenting addresses these and other questions on parents’ minds.
Written for parents to help their kids make the most of their talents — and to help parents make the most of their own talents so they can be truly effective mothers and fathers.
Grounded in decades of Gallup research on strengths psychology — as highlighted in Gallup’sStrengthsFinder 2.0, which has sold nearly 5 million copies to date — Strengths Based Parenting shows you how to uncover your kids’ top talents and your own.
Includes Access Codes For Two Strengths Assessments: One for Parents and One for Children.
Unlike many parenting books, Strengths Based Parenting focuses on identifying and understanding what your children are naturally good at and where they thrive — not on their weaknesses.
The book also helps you uncover your own innate talents and effectively apply them to your individual parenting style.
You’ll find stories, examples and practical advice as well as a strengths assessment access code for parents and one for kids, so you can take the first step to discovering your innate talents and those of your children.
The strengths journey is one that the whole family embarks on together, and Strengths Based Parenting will guide you and your children to more fulfilling, productive and happy lives.
PS: Once you have completed the Strengths Assessments, I highly recommend reading our article “Step 2: Now That You Know Your Strengths, Fine Tune Your World.” It will help you and your children naturally make more successful daily task and pivotal life choices driven by their strengths. Paul G.