Hidden Strengths of ADHD

If you’re like most parents, you see ADHD as a learning disability. And it certainly is. As I look back to my own childhood with ADHD, I can remember feeling isolated, angry, and confused. I didn’t know I had ADHD at the time. Neither did my parents. It’s only in

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Top 7 Strategies to Nurture Your Child’s Entrepreneurial Spirit

(Today’s guest post is by my business partner Steve Safigan.) I knew I was going to be an entrepreneur since I was in high school. On my first date with my future wife, I told her that I was going to be an entrepreneur. (To this day, she denies this

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Mothers Manifesto Part 3: Bill of Rights

This is part three of a three-part manifesto. Click here to start with part one. Our years managing hundreds of employees in the corporate world told us that it is time to get teenagers ready for college so they don’t react like deer in a headlight their first day of

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Mother’s Manifesto Part 2: Claim Your Power Right NOW!

This is part two of a three-part manifesto. Click here to start with part one. We know from training and experience that parents have great power and influence over their teenage children. Yes, you still do! Even when they seem to be rejecting everything you do and say. But we

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Mother’s Manifesto Part 1: Parents Have Power

Parents have power.  Power is influence and you have way more than you think. You may feel like you don’t have influence or authority over your children. Your children don’t want to admit it. But no matter what they say, no matter what they do, they still care what you

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