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  1. 1. Entitlement inAmericaCitizens for a hardworking America
  2. 2. • Ignoring basic foundations of our Human Instincts, the fit will survive.• Expectation of everything, including income being communal.• Feeling that we “Deserve” to have things made easier, or given to us.• Weak being rewarded, while strong being surpressed.Problems Entitlementshave created
  3. 3. • As parents, our youth. • Didn’t our struggles makes us stronger?• As Americans: • Would we spend more than we earned as a family? • Do we set priorities on what is more important then other things? • Would it feel better to struggle for something, or just have it handed to you?Outcomes to think about
  4. 4. • Our Children • Entitled Children have; • a tendency to be lazy • Selfish • Have a lack of independence • Poor sportsOutcomes to think about (Contd)
  5. 5. • As Americans • Pay attention to our voting habits • Force an accountability to our peers for their behavior • Not as in parenting, or confrontational, but as peers making suggestions, learning from each other. • Set appropriate boundaries on spending • Take care of our immediate and extended Families. • Save Money • Work Hard • Most importantly lead by example.Corrective Action
  6. 6. • As Parents • Encourage independence • Three barriers to get past (Richard and Lynda Eyne, 2011) • Old Beliefs • Children to earn things, vice just be provided a better life. • Old Excuses • “They are just kids”, “They’ll out grow it” • Not Enough Time • To tired, or don’t want to spend time after work reprimanding them. • Manage Emotion • Allow confined failuresCorrective Action
  7. 7. • Mission to provide a “come back” and return to core American Values• Re-educate both Children, and Adults through neighboorhood programs.• Constantly evaluate programs by large scale discussions and suggestions.• Organize, Organize, Organize!• Encourage Growth, and adaptation. • Everyone’s ideas can be helpful, it’s good to have open discussionsCitizens For A HardWorking America
  8. 8. Sullivan, Molly (2012, March 21). American Entitlement and its Consequences Abroad Retrieved fromhttp://umwbullet.com/2012/03/21/american-entitlement-and-its-consequences-abroad/Hansen, Dale (2012, January 20). The American Entitlement Problem Retrieved fromhttp://blogs.detroitnews.com/politics/2012/01/20/the-american-entitlement-problem/Sullivan, Molly (2012, March 21). American Entitlement and its Consequences Abroad Retrieved fromhttp://umwbullet.com/2012/03/21/american-entitlement-and-its-consequences-abroad/Eyre, Richard and Linda. (2011). The Entitlement Trap. New York, NY: AveryTwenge, Jean M., and W. Keith Campbell. (2009). The narcissism epidemic: living in the age of entitlementNew York, NY: Free PressBe Prepared to remote the Three Barriers. Retrieved on the 23rd, of March fromhttp://entitlementtrap.blogspot.com/2011/10/be-prepared-to-remove-three-barriers.htmlRichardson, Deborah (2012). Why Children Misbehave Retrieved fromhttp://pods.dasnr.okstate.edu/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-2410/T-2325web.pdfAndrew, A. (2012, April 4). My generation had to make its own luck. Daily Mail p. 16References

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