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Prompting

Posted: October 03, 2021

How can you set your child up for daily success? One of the most effective ways to do this is to focus on prompting instead of punishment. Here’s what you need about prompting your child toward good behavior and decisions:

1. Friendly Competition

One of the ways to prompt your child toward good behavior is to create a simple competition where you dare them to turn a negative behavior to a positive one. If your child is fidgety and doesn’t sit still or tends to be disruptive, for instance, create a friendly competition or prompt that steers them to better behavior.


Tuning into Teens’ Emotional Shifts

Posted: April 15, 2021

 

Should I Worry? Tuning into Teens’ Emotional Shifts


Get in the Drivers Seat and BE DRIVEN!

Posted: February 25, 2021

What Does It Mean to "Be Driven”?

Who can guess what our blog theme is for this month? That’s right, it’s Be Driven.

 


Spread some CHEER this Holiday Season!

Posted: December 16, 2020

Being cheerful is all about looking for the good in everything. It’s about being noticeably happy, bright, and pleasant to be around. Simply put… being cheerful is all about mindset and how one chooses to feel. Cheerfulness also had an amazing quality to it. It spreads like wildfire to others when they see it and will almost instantly become happier as a result. There are things, however, you need to avoid in order to be more cheerful. Let’s go over 4 of the most important ones now.

1. Negative Self-Talk: Be sure to build yourself up rather than tearing yourself down. Remember that you do more things right than wrong on a daily basis.

2. Perfectionism: Remember that progress is always more important than perfection and you never fail at anything if you learn something from it.


Is your martial arts instructor certified to teach your child?

Posted: October 01, 2020

Certification Matters

Three Tips to Choosing a Martial Arts School

Choosing a martial arts school has always been a guessing game for most parents. Unless they have prior experience, to them, any style is coined “karate” so deciding on the best place is purely a guess. Parents generally look for a school that teaches punching and kicking, emphasizes discipline, and builds confidence. And while many schools are successful in delivering those results, many do so in ways that don’t truly tap into the deeper levels of science and psychology in order to make these benefits long-lasting. Therefore, finding martial arts schools that require certifications, so staff are trained in the most up to date child development strategies, is key in delivering optimum results.


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