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Nothing Unsaid #01: Why A Course in Difficult Behavior Is The Perfect Place To Start For Parents.

Updated: Aug 3, 2022

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Different kids have different needs. The same thing rings true for parents. Different parents also have different requirements when it comes to supporting their kids.

The five tips below might give you some insight about why you should get started with an on line course to help your son.

Tip #1 - A Self Guided Course is Low Risk, High Reward, and High ROI.

The preliminary steps of a) finding the right course for you and b) deciding to actually register can be difficult steps. For many parents, a self guided course is the perfect introduction to learning more about behavior. Parents - especially new parents - may not have intentionally thought about how to approach their child's needs. Often, this step happens out of necessity when the problem is right in front of them - rather than prevention. Through my course - Young Fellas - you can learn about how small and subtle changes can have massive impact for your son. Many of these ideas are simple to implement. You will also get tremendous value for the price. For less than the cost of a family a dinner out, you will get access to an expert's point of view and strategies that are built for you.

Tip #2 - Finding Reliable Information That is All In One Place is Difficult

There is tons of information related to "managing behavior" on-line. The challenge is exactly that... It's overwhelming to try to collate and categorize everything that you might need. The plethora of information and strategies are hard to navigate - especially for a parent who may have no idea where to begin. That's why this course is such a gem. I've done all the heavy lifting your you and put everything in one place. My clients want practical steps and ideas that can be implemented without need a degree in child psychology. Everything is clearly outlined, easy to understand and located all in one place.

I love this quote below. This is my ideal outcome in creating this course for parents.

"Let's help kids solve the problems that are causing their concerning behavior...without shame, blame or conflict". Ross Greene.

Tip #3 - Talking About Your Child's Behavior Can Be Emotional, but It Isn't So Daunting Here.

I know that this process can be a difficult one for families and parents. By choosing a self -guided course as your first step, all of this extra stress is minimized. You can read and process the information in private. There is definitely less risk by consuming ideas in this format. You can press pause, stop & start, rewind and watch again. For a lot of parents, they find this very comforting. The emotional risk is low. Once the course is completed, you can then decide if your needs will be met or if you want to share more.

Tip #4 - The Basics Get You Going.

There are so many factors that can contribute to why your boy is perhaps having difficulty. The 7 sections that are outlined in my course will give you a comprehensive introduction and really get you thinking. Many parents have told me that there are things that I mention that they have never considered. That's the whole point!

Tip #5 - Give Yourself Time to Implement These Ideas.

This challenge is not an overnight fix. I want to remind you that it's critical to allow time and space for the changes that I suggest to take effect. Time, repetition, practice, reminders, planning, anticipating... All these take time and for some boys, changes will happen quickly. For others, it takes longer.

Don’t Fret - There's Another Level of Service if You Need It.

If you still want more after working through my course, you always have the option to book a private call or consultation. Sometimes, clients like to skip the coursework and jump right away to the private call, but that's not the right fit for everyone. Hopefully, this post has helped in your decision making.


That's all I have for today. Thanks for sticking with me.


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