What's it like living in Japan? James Coleman, a native Californian, entrepreneur and technologist who moved from Southern California to Kobe Japan with his family, shares some of the most important points about living in Japan, from safety to food and housing and transportation. It's all about quality of life, and in Japan, quality of life is abundant.Read More
I was recently invited to speak with a group of parents about dealing with undesirable behaviors that inevitably manifest in preschool and kindergarten age children. I had just recently experienced what most people just assume is normal, something most people believe you just have to brace yourself for and contend with.
I discovered, partially by accident, partially through preparation, and most certainly through good luck, that one specific parenting change can increase a child's happiness and confidence, and significantly improve family life. To me, the results are unmistakeable. It can give parents a new, profound calm and confidence. And I also believe it's a critical first component of preparing your child take on and accomplish anything in life.
My skill and career in tech has always been about reducing complex systems into approachable, useable tools that anyone can use to go from practical, to masterful, in anything. The presentation here is my attempt to simplify and share what I've learned over several months that, I believe, is critical for every parent to know as early as possible.
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