Let’s be honest.
If you’re a parent, you want your kids to be successful. You want them to do well in school, to have a great career, and most importantly lead a happy and fulfilling life.
However, we know it is not easy.
Many parents have tried to help their kids succeed by sending them to multiple tuition classes or enrichment classes.
Some kids turn out fine, but not much for other kids.
According to a research, it is said that successful kids possess 3 important traits that unsuccessful kids don’t.
Which also means, if you can train your child early to build up these 3 traits, you can be sure they will turn out to be successful.
Here are the 3 traits of successful kids:
1. Successful kids have healthy self-esteem
Self-esteem is the overall opinion of oneself. Successful kids feel good about themselves, and they value their opinions and ideas. This is different from kids who have low self-esteem, who usually feels that they useless, worthless, and not capable of achieving anything.
Kids with healthy self-esteem are confident individuals who believe in themselves. This is why they dare to take on challenges in life, and they don’t give up easily.
2. Successful kids are focused
Focus is the key to doing well in school, and in whatever work they do.
However, staying focused is not easy for a child. More so in a society where we have distractions from mobile devices (phones, iPads, Facebook). But if you want your child to be successful, you have to train them to be focused.
On the other hand, kids who are distracted easily don’t do well in school.
3. Successful kids are motivated
Do you have to nag or remind your child endlessly to do their maths homework… or do you want your child to take out extra assessment book to do so that they can improve their maths?
Of course, you would want them to study on their own!
Successful kids are motivated to learn and improve, without constant reminders or nagging from their parents. They know what they want to achieve, and they set their mind to achieve them.
On the other hand, we all know it’s really difficult to teach unmotivated kids.
In a summary, if you want to raise successful kids in Singapore, it is important to train your kids to have high self-esteem, to be focused and be motivated individuals.
‘But how can I train my kids to have these 3 important traits?’
You are right.
These 3 important traits are not trained in school, and this is why most students do not possess these 3 traits until its too late when they have entered adult life.
But the good news is, your kids can start learning how to acquire these 3 important skills in a seminar called ‘Genius IQ’.
Genius IQ is a popular program in Singapore for parents and their kids aged between 9 to 19.
The seminar is specially designed to help your child overcome low self-esteem, train them to be focused and alert, and more motivated and confident to do well in school, and in life.
Many parents and their kids have benefited greatly from the program as it has helped their kids unleashed their full potential, to achieve top results in school and in competitions…
If your child is held back by low self-esteem issues, unable to focus, and not motivated for school or life, and you want to stop all of that, then this Genius IQ seminar is a must-attend for you.
Click the button below to select your dates and register for your seats.
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Many parents were just like you, who are at their wits’ end and not sure how to help their kids. But after the Genius IQ seminar, they are surprised to see that their kids become more focused and more motivated about their own future.
Now it’s your child’s turn at the Genius IQ seminar.