“Hey, just want to say thanks for cleaning up the entry way, I loved the way it felt to come into a clean entry way.”
“Guess what? You were right! I didn’t have to remind you about ____. I was wrong. Next time, feel free to remind me how responsible you are.”
“By the way, there is nothing you have to do today. The day is yours.”
“I’m so impressed with all you are doing. You are managing your busy calendar so well.”
“I’m pretty good at finding things to worry about but with you, I can’t. I just know that you will have a great future and you will handle it all beautifully.”
“I trust that you will figure things out.”
“I don’t know how you do it. I sat in a meeting for an hour and was so bored and restless. You impress me.”
“I never would have had the courage, at your age, to do what you did today.”
“How did I get so lucky to get such a great kid.”
“You are just amazing.” “Here’s $20. take the day off and just do nothing. You deserve a break.”
“You do a great job of putting up with me. Hang in there, I’m almost fully trained.”
“I love it when you stay true to your values, even if it means you argue with me.”
“Thank you so much for helping clean up after dinner. It meant the world to me.”
“I love it that whether your grades are good or bad, you know you can tell us the truth.”
Parents – Remember to focus and reinforce the behavior you’d like to see more of.
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.