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Ep. 55 Vicki Courtney on 5 Conversations We Must Have with Our Children.

Our family culture is built on our beliefs, values, and the things we practice on a regular basis. One of the ways that we pass on our beliefs and values to our children is through the conversations we have together. Whether you stumbled upon a teachable moment or you set aside time to talk, these are the conversations you want to be sure to have.

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Ep. 51 Regina L. Henry on Creating a Culture of Literacy in Your Home

Literacy is the ability to read, write, speak and listen. It creates a foundation that allows us to communicate well. While it involves these particular skills, literacy is so much more than this. It is about learning to use reading and writing in real and important ways. As parents we can encourage their literacy, and then keep it going by the simple everyday things we do in our home.

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Episode 37 Lynn Cowell and Raising Brave and Confident Teen Girls

Young girls have a tendency to size themselves up, measure themselves and decide who’s inferior or superior to them. It’s awful. It keeps them from being their best selves and enjoying the life they’ve been given. Whether we feel better or worse about ourselves after the comparison, it rarely leads to joy. On the podcast we are talking about how we can help our kids break free from comparison and embrace who they were created to be.

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Episode 36 Nathan Whitaker and Creating a Winning Family Team

The definition of a team is “more than one person working together toward a common goal.” The dictionary makes it sound easy, but I know from experience that teamwork in a family can be difficult. Today we will be talking about why teamwork is vital to a healthy culture plus we'll be interviewing someone who has had a front row to watch how teamwork can change the game.

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