You have the potential to be a powerful influence in your family... IF you know how. Unfortunately, influence DOES NOT happen automatically, which is why things don't turn out the way you planned or get done the way you hoped. Discover simple strategies to help you have a more positive impact on your family, WITHOUT the strain and struggle of yelling, nagging, or dragging!
2- An Extraordinary Family Needs an Extraordinary Marriage
Did you know that the quality of your marriage is affecting the quality of your family life and homeschooling? A great family, and a great homeschool are built on the back of a great marriage. Discover why the things you're currently doing might be ruining your relationship, and what you should be doing instead to bring back the passion and deepen your friendship -- even if you're the only one working on improving your marriage!
3- Extraordinary Parenting Improves Your Family Life
Our family and home education drastically improved once we discovered these few simple parenting strategies ANY PARENT can use to transform the interactions with their children. These principle-based techniques will help you get the results you want and your kids need, without the nagging and the dragging, or back-talking and rudeness.
4- Your Family NEEDS an Extraordinary Lifestyle
Do you ever feel bored with life, even when things are 'good'? Are you doing everything 'right', but still have a sense of dissatisfaction or discontent? If so, it's because you're missing this critical element in your family life. This isn't something other teachers, mentors, or therapists teach. But a major determining factor in the overall happiness, meaning, and fulfillment in your family and homeschool depends on this essential component. Discover what it is, what it looks like for you, and how to implement it in your family.
5- An Extraordinary Family Needs Extraordinary Mentoring and Community
Feeling alive and thriving as a family requires three important things: 1) a challenge to work on, 2) a community that supports and cheers us on, and 3) a coach or mentor to guide us and provide feedback. Discover simple ways to find your Challenge, your Community, and your Coach.