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7 steps guide to developing a confident child. shares quick guide for all parents on how to develop a confident child.

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  1. 1. Developing a Confident Child<br /><br />
  2. 2. Let them Make Mistakes<br />Give your children opportunity to try out things<br />Nothing helps children gain confidence than the feeling of having been through and done that<br />Celebrating the moment of doing right way does not need to be taught<br />Learning from Mistakes need to be cultivated as possible- Few are able to teach it right way<br />
  3. 3. Say NO to the word “NO”<br />“NO” is big NO if you want your child to be confident<br />Children spend larger part of their life at home<br />Least they expect from their own family members is the word NO after everything they do<br />Children who can not get their share of YES from their own parents, do not expect the same from others<br />
  4. 4. Express your Love<br />Fear of loosing someone’s love creates fear of failure<br />Show them that irrespective of what they do they will get the love of their parents<br />All of a sudden the result of any activity start looking trivial. Even to children<br />No longer are they scared to try out things where they think they may fail<br />
  5. 5. Don&apos;t think for them<br />Unless you will be with them 24 hrs/day, 365 days/year for their entire life<br />Children by nature are supposed to be curious<br />Do not have a solution ready for them as and when they have a question<br />Let them find their own answers<br />
  6. 6. Hear them out<br />Attention comes for free, but that is all children want<br />Let them understand that they make sense when they speak<br />Talking confidently is a tool that most confident people are good at<br />
  7. 7. Being Good Listener is important<br />While children need to be heard, it is equally important for them to be a good listener<br />Hearing others is what babies learn first<br />It is us who do not help them build upon this initial learning<br />
  8. 8. Humbleness helps<br />Having a broader perspective of humanity helps in being confident<br />Appreciation for people from all walks of life goes a long way<br />Take your child to orphanage or old people houses<br />Show them both the metros and the villages<br />
  9. 9. Thank<br />