Stop Nagging and Repeating Yourself

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Stop Nagging and Repeating Yourself

How much energy do you spend TRYING to get your kids to do things?

Are you tired of constantly nagging and repeating yourself?

This free masterclass will teach you how to get your kids to listen (and OBEY!), the first time you ask, freeing up your energy for more fun and important things.

You are a busy, hardworking mom.

You need your kids to step up and take on some responsibility but it all seems to fall on your shoulders.

“Put down your phone” 

“Finish your homework” 

“Hang up your coat” 

“Turn off the xbox” 

The constant nagging, reminding and TRYING to get kids to do things is exhausting. 

“Get dressed”,

“Brush your teeth”

“Go to bed”

These tasks aren’t difficult.

We aren’t asking them to chop firewood or do our taxes. We are asking them to do simple things that are good for them and their future!

We’ve gotten so used to the push back, arguing, avoiding and resistance that we feel defeated before we even ask.

We know they are going to freak out when we say “turn off your ipad and come do your homework” so we start bracing ourselves for the inevitable temper tantrum that will ensue.

When we ask them to clean their clothes off the living room floor, we know they are going to blame their siblings, us, the dog, anyone other than just taking responsibility with a quick, “Ok, sure, mom.”

We ask them to clear their plate and load the dishwasher and they mumble “sure, mom, as soon as I finish my homework.” Three hours later, you are going to bed with the kitchen full of caked on dishes and your daughter has asleep watching netflix.

This is an exhausting problem

This constant nagging and TRYING to get kids to do things turns us into people we don’t like. We feel like we have to yell to be heard, and it robs us of the joy of raising our children.

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Stop Nagging and Repeating Yourself

There is a solution

Can you imagine how much more enjoyable your relationship with your kids would be if it didn’t revolve around making them do things? 

Think about how nice your home life would be if your kids obeyed you the first time you asked?

What would you spend your freed up energy on if you could trust your kids to do what you asked of them without nagging or reminding? 

The Listen Lesson will teach you how to get kids to listen and obey the first time.

Stop Nagging and Repeating Yourself
Stop Nagging and Repeating Yourself

The Listen Lesson

The Listen Lesson is what every parent needs to learn to feel confident and in control, knowing they can get their kid to listen to them whenever they want.

It should have been taught to us as soon as our toddler discovered the word “no”.  It’s simple to learn and super practical, and yet no body teaches it to the people who need it most, MOMS!

Once you master this skill, you’ll never need to nag again.

10 Powerful Questions

5 Questions every morning to give you clarity and intention.
5 Questions every evening to give you satisfaction and gratitude.

This is the best way to get you in the driver’s seat of your life.

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