The “The Motivated Kid” personality type is what we’re aiming for, but, unfortunately, most kids are NOT born with the skills needed to fit into this motivation personality type. The good news is, though, that there are techniques that parents can use in the home to work with their child in order to teach them this important life skill – and these techniques are based on decades of scientific research on motivation!
If homework time has become a battleground at your house, or you’re concerned that your child doesn’t seem excited about their future, then there are ways to work with your child to encourage their self-motivation skills to develop. It’s important to teach your child these skills now while they’re young, because once they become young adults, they’ll need to rely on their own self-motivation in order to have a successful future.
Does this sound like your child? Find out how to help a child with any motivation personality type learn how to be more self-motivated by downloading my free eBook entitled, “The 7 Motivation Personality Types: How To Work With Your Child’s Natural Personality to Encourage Self-Motivation.”
I’m Dr. Becca Ballinger. I’m a child psychologist and Modern Parenting expert.
I created The Self-Motivation Success formula as a way to help my own kids when they struggled with this important life skill. Implementing this formula proved so successful with my own family, that I started teaching it to the families in my private practice and I immediately saw success with these kids too.
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The Rebellious Kid
The Smart Kid
The ADHD Kid
The Lack of Confidence Kid
The “What’s In It For Me?” Kid
The Inconsistent Kid