Here are few of the topics we cover in the course "How to Love"
Feelings are they right or wrong? How can we be the best listener when someone is sharing their feeling with us?
Does it Matter? Before you start to argue about something, ask yourself if it matters in regards to your goals and dreams. How can we start to ignore all the stuff that really doesn't matter?
Is there a science to praise your children? Learn how to react to your children when they present you something that is ugly or not any good.
Too Much Love, is there anything that can be called too much love? What about overprotecting your child?
Learn why should not BFF your child until they are in their teens.
Three ways that will not serve you in loving yourself. Pleasing others, waiting for someone to love you so you can feel loved and treating yourself to material things (they are only temporary)
Feelings are not right nor wrong, they are simply triggers from our limited beliefs that we have adapted at some point in time!
Ask yourself if this really matter in regard to your goals and then decide if it worth addressing!
How to praise you children? Do you fix what they present to you or help them fix it?
Communications are key to a successful relationship and to run a great company.
What do you expect when giving? Do you set yourself up for failure?
You want to BFF your child? Please don't, at least not until they are in their teens.
There is no thing as 50% / 50% responsibility in a relationship. You have to take 100% responsibility or it will not be a happy and long lasting relationship.
Do you use controlling love?
Three keys to avoid that do not help yourself love yourself!
Is there a thing called too much love?
Huni Hunfjord is a Mindset Coach and Parental Development Coach.
He is the author of Top 1% Parents Raise Top 1% Chidren, Watchon Sleeping Habits and Routines and Founder of the Watchon brand. A father of three children that lives in Iceland. Children and entrepreneurship are core to his life. Huni loves creating apps, music videos and interactive stories centered around children that parents can use to help them grow and develop into the best possible version of themselves. His book Top 1% Parents Raise Top 1% Chidren has grown out of that commitment to excellence and helping future generations succeed beyond their wildest dreams.