Parenting - values | 3-18 yrs

How To Get Your Child To Work Hard

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“Nothing ever comes to one, that is worth having, except as a result of hard work.” – Booker T. Washington

Raising children comes with a host of responsibilities. It is the responsibility of parents to teach their children the important lessons of life. One of the most important lessons of life is that success cannot be achieved by just hoping for it; success is the result of a lot of hard work.

So, as a parent, how will you teach your children the values of hard work and success?

There are several ways of teaching your children how to achieve success through hard work. Sheknows.com lists out a few ideas that parents can follow to teach their children the values of working hard. Some of the things that parents can do are: lead by example, start giving children the responsibility of doing some chore from an early age, help children set goals to achieve something, and volunteering as a family. It is important not to yell at children when they fail to complete a task. In fact, when children fail, parents should speak to them in an encouraging way.

If you are the parent of a teen, you should remember that today’s teenagers are more materialistic and less interested in working hard. But according to an article titled ‘How to Teach Teens the Value of Hard Work’ written by Crystal McDowell in whatchristianswanttoknow.com, “It’s not so difficult to teach teenagers the value of hard work as it is to get them to understand and value it.”

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