Who could not use a little advice on getting your child to listen?
Parenting is certainly the best gift…but along with it there are definitely challenges. As little ones grow, misbehavior begins. It’s tough to know what discipline tools will be effective for your child when they are throwing a tantrum and not listening.
Daily thred has partnered with Amy McCready, founder of Positive Parenting Solutions, to offer a free live training webinar on Tuesday, May 24th at 2PM EST, 9PM EST and 9PM PST.
The webinar is…Get Kids to Listen without Nagging, Reminding or Yelling and Amy McCready promises that we’ll walk away with concrete tools we can use the next day and see results. We know you’ll be especially interested in learning the 5 R’s of Fair and Effective Consequences. You can watch, listen and even interact with Amy. Participants are not required to have a webcam, only a computer with speakers.
You’ll love the way this webinar is structured. Amy is right there LIVE; a video image of her is in the upper left corner of your monitor the whole time. As she talks with you, you’ll watch her PowerPoint presentation that is packed with valuable information. She’ll also stop to answer our questions about difficulties and needs when it comes to getting our kids to listen.
You will also have the option to write in specific questions and she’ll address them, right there for you!
All you have to do is RSVP and then kick back and learn the proven strategies to Get Kids to Listen without Nagging, Reminding or Yelling!
Webinar seating will be limited so don’t forget to RSVP!
About Amy McCready
Parenting expert Amy McCready is the founder of Positive Parenting Solutions, which has empowered thousands of parents worldwide to correct their kids’ misbehavior without nagging, reminding or yelling. Amy is a frequent guest on the TODAY show and has also appeared on Rachael Ray, CNN, Fox & Friends, MSNBC, and elsewhere. A regular contributor to the TODAY Mom’s blog, Amy lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, with her husband and two sons.
It’s important to be consistent about disciplining your children. Effectively disciplining your children is the key.