Ty Bennett, motivational speaker and the founder of Leadership Inc. has developed some easy tips that parents can follow in order to create in their children leadership and communication skills. These tips can take your children from today into their future.
Bennett developed his organization to teach others the importance of speaking. His training company is dedicated to empowering both individuals and organizations alike. It is believed that the earlier these important skills are learned, the better off a child will be. His unique ability to make the complex simple also helps to inspire those looking to learn.
“The Power of Influence” and “The Power of Story Telling,” are the books that Ty has authored; the second being his latest creation. The books have helped to spread his ideas around 50 countries; those indulging have learned from Ty Bennett’s insights on Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Communication.
This motivated individual was aware at a very early age that he wanted to be successful in life and is happy to share some tips on how to give your children the confidence they need to be successful.
Such a big part of our world is communication – so let your kids gain confidence in their ability to communicate. Let them share their stories, find opportunities for them to speak in public, and help them memorize pieces of information that they can recite. The more they practice and feel comfortable in their ability to communicate – the more comfortable they will be.
2. Share Your Experiences
When your kids are having a hard time – share your personal “struggle to solution” stories. Kids need their parents to be honest enough to share their own struggles and how they overcame those struggles because when a child hears their parent’s experience they will feel understood and gain confidence in their own ability to overcome their obstacle. If they can do it, I can do it.
3. Transfer Achievement
Help your kids transfer the feeling of achievement in one area of their life and apply it to other areas. If your child is great at soccer, when they venture into a new activity, remind them of how they worked hard and became a great soccer player and they can do that in this new activity as well. Help them approach this new venture with a confidence that they have the ability to succeed.
Beginning young is the name of the game. When a pattern is established it tends to carry through a lifetime. The only question remains is what type of pattern that you want to lend to your child. With the tips from Ty Bennett, the pattern is positive and motivational. Following his advice will teach your children great skills for a successful future!