Good manners for kids: Get them to say PLEASE and be POLITE
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[updated November 2015 with new skills] Have you ever wished for that secret formula for getting your children to say please and be polite? You probably don't believe there is one!
Watch the PROMO video to see parents share their success stories, don't just take my word for it!
How do some parents just seem to do things right and have amazingly polite children?
How do you get your children to say please and be polite in such a way that demonstrates YOU being polite and respectful while teaching them?
Or do you end up resorting to threats, bribes and frustrated 'angry-eyes'?
And now those secrets and that step by step plan is revealed in this one easy to follow course!
This course was filmed live while I taught other parents these skills. You will see that I haven't just 'Googled' someone else's theory, scripted it carefully and read it on a teleprompter.... when it's live you get to see it as it is. And most importantly, you will see whether I really know what I am talking about .... or not..
I will share with you how to accelerate their learning, how to handle some for the curve balls your children may throw back at you, and take you on a journey in understanding the science behind why this works so well.
If you want to respectfully get your child to say PLEASE and be POLITE, then you need to add these emotionally intelligent skills to your skill set.
Simply watch and listen to the secrets that have transformed ordinary parents into empowered mom's and dad's who are getting great POLITE results every day!
No shortcuts, no 'wishy washy' unproven skills, no nonsense.
Just simple, proven and incredibly effective steps to everyone feeling respected and empowered.
As a school principal I trained all my teachers in these skills and our school was known in South Africa for the respectful and polite children!
Give yourself a special treat and find out what EVERY parent out there wants to know!
Every moment you delay just reinforces your children's impolite habits and makes them more difficult to change later on.
Imagine how much more successful your children will be in being respectful and polite?
All future updates to this course are free - you are "locked-in" at the current low price of $89 - but you will never pay more if you enrol today at the introductory price.
And there's a 30 day absolutely no questions asked full money back guarantee - if you don't get a breakthrough or don't find value, then I didn't do my job in supporting you right! This is my personal promise to you and your children! You really cannot lose!
In fact I am so confident in what I teach that within the first 20 minutes you will learn the sentence and skill that will make you wish you had done this course years ago!
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|Section 1: Introduction to your workshop on saying PLEASE and being Polite!|
Welcome to the course on how to get your child to say PLEASE and be POLITE:
In this lesson:
So just sit back and relax as you learn the skills that will support you in being an empowered parent!
The degree to you being able to support your child in being polite will be directly proportional to your awareness of when your children are polite or not. This skill set will only work to the degree you are aware of when you children are NOT polite.
Many parents think they are aware but actually only hear about 50% of the times their children are being impolite. In this lecture I will also explain ways to increase your awareness to accelerate this process.
Here we explore those traditional methods our parents used on us, and the ones we are probably using on our children now.
Do you shout? Bribe? Accuse them for not remembering?
Do you not give them what they are wanting because they didn't say please?
To change something that doesn't work well, we first need to know what we are wanting to change. This lecture is about creating that awareness.
|Section 2: Learning the skills to get your children to say PLEASE and be polite.|
The magic is in this one simple sentence.
|Lecture 5||10 pages|
Here is the course manual of the skills and what we cover.
If you want to ask a question or join in the discussion from the group, then this quick video clip shows you how to do that.
This course is interactive in that you can:
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In this lecture you will watch other parents role play this skill. Here we will notice that a small change in the wording can have big impacts on our children's willingness to be polite.
Learn from the mistakes other parents make so you can get it right the first time around.
Even though they only have one sentence to remember, the unconscious thinking keeps adding new words!
Some parents offer other suggestions that they think may work. But in this lecture you will explore the subtle impacts these changes in wording have.
A parent also starts a conversation about how to adapt this skill for her child who is only now learning to talk. We also cover how to make this work for a toddler, and how you can adapt it to any age of child.
This lecture covers another example of a child who is not yet talking, and how the parent adapted it for him.
We explore the real underlying essence of what it means to be polite, and how PLEASE and THANK-YOU are just reflections of an overriding need to be respectful.
In this lesson we explore the wording for getting our children to say THANKYOU.
Most parents share that if they just get their children to focus on saying "please", then the "thank-you" seems to also fall into place.
It is incredibly important to get our children to be polite the first time around. But many parents are unknowingly reinforcing the splitting of the request from the word please.
The sentence, “Please ask me that again politely, and share what it is that you are needing” is the cure for that.
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The tone of voice is just another part of the request for something. It can demonstrate the intent to be polite or not.
For some parents, they can feel their child is being polite by the tone of voice, even though their child may not be saying “Please”, but in this lecture we consider the fact that other people out there may not be sensitive to the tone and it is best for your child to still learn the social norms in being polite.
|Quiz 1||5 questions|
The following quiz relates to the section you have covered on leanring the skills for saying PLEASE.
|Section 3: Accelerate their learning so they can never forget it!|
You can also accelerate your child in learning their “please” in a fun and non confrontational game.
The Minute-to-Win-it game brings in a little creative tension to get your child to remember to be polite.
In the lecture I also cover the things to avoid when playing the game.
Watch the parents give the Minute-to-Win-it game a go, and see how to handle the curve balls your children may throw back at you.
Being prepared with answers to possible curve-balls will enable you to turn around a possible conflict situation into a great learning opportunity.
Sometimes certain strategies may not work with every child all teh time. So this lecture covers some possible situations where your child may say, “But I don’t want to play the game!”.
So here are the skills on how to acknowledge, absorb and redirect.
Having just one tool in a tool box is limiting. It is best practise to have some other alternative plans and tools to use if the need arises.
In this lecture we will explore some other ways you can get your children to remember their politeness without your reminder coming across as accusational.
1 in 4 divorces are said to be caused by conflicting parent styles.
Getting your spouse or partner to be on the same page as you can be critical to your relationship.
In this lecture I show you how to get your partner on board, even if they have a different belief system to you.
The clever wording is non-confrontational and important to avoid increased conflict with your spouse.
Watching your children fight and be impolite with each other can also be a stressor for parents.
In this lecture I will show you how you can tactfully and intelligently intervene and remind your children about being polite, even when they are fighting or really angry with each other.
|Quiz 2||7 questions|
These questions relate to the section on how to get our children to say PLEASE and be polite as quickly as possible.
|Section 4: How to make this part of your everyday routine!|
Advice from other parents on how best to learn this skill.
This lecture covers all the essential details about the skills on how to get your child to say PLEASE and be polite.
This lecture is a great one to review in about a months time when some of these skills may not be on the top of your mind any longer.
To be on top of the skills requires time and consistency. Reviewing this specific lecture will increase the integration of these skills into YOUR daily living so they can be transferred to your children’s daily living.
A final wrap up of the course, and an invitation to keep learning skills that will empower you to be the best parent you can be.
You may not know the answer to a problem you have now, but KNOW that there is a solution out there.
YOU are not ALONE!
Be part of our global family and community!
|Quiz 3||5 questions|
This last quiz is to support you in wrapping up your learning of the POLITE skills.
Join our global community of Parents, Grandparents and all people who work with young children.
Robin Booth is an international expert in providing emotionally intelligent solutions to everyday parenting challenges. Over the last 15 years he has supported hundreds and thousands of teachers and parents from around the world create breakthroughs in getting their children to cooperate with them.
Internationally he is mostly known for founding the Synergy Schooling Approach. This approach demonstrates how easily personal and academic excellence can be achieved when a teacher uses skills in boosting self esteem and developing the child's internal motivation for success .
Upon experiencing the amazing changes in their children (the children being happier, more cooperative and more confident), these parents asked Robin to share with them these same skills. And now he wants to share these with you!
Robin has an incredibly unique and respectful way of understanding and unlocking the challenges parents face every day. This means you will not have come across many of these skills before.
Due to this success, Robin is often asked to travel to speak at conferences, be interviewed on TV and Radio and run workshops for parents and teachers. He has published books and many other parenting resources.
For the last 8 years, many schools in South Africa include Robin's workshops with FULL attendance by ALL their parents and teachers as they have proven so successful in building self esteem and getting cooperation.
He lives in Cape Town, South Africa, with his family.