Thursday, May 7, 2015

The best things Parents can say to their kids taking exams!

The best things Parents can say to their kids taking exams!


Parents tend to give very long lectures to their kids on how to achieve in their exams so that they will be successful in life. Some parents engage their tutor during home tuition time to lecture their children again.

Next time, before you want to start any of those long lectures, pause a while, come back to this article and use a few of the following ‘mighty words’ which are far more powerful than the long lectures.

a)      ‘I believe in you’
It is very important to understand that our beliefs shape our lives from the very beginning, have the wrong sets of beliefs and you will become them.
Similarly, when you place you believe in someone, it triggers a series of psychological process in the person to try their best to fulfil the belief that has been placed upon them.
Try it, it works wonders.
b)      ‘Never give up’
The only reason we fail is only and just because we give up. As long as you keep trying, there is no failure. There are only more chances of success.
It is important to understand the psychology behind this as this will inculcate the habit of perseverance in your child.
This is what Thomas Edison said after failing 1000 times “
I have not failed. I've just found 1000 ways that won't work”
c)       ‘Keep practising’
The key to success and perfection in practice.
Confucius Tell me and I forget. Show me and I remember. Involve me and I understand.’
Practicing is consistent involvement.
d)      ‘As long as you have done your best, its ok’
 No one is alike. We all run at different paces and have different speed. The key to success is to always do your best and try to better your best every other time. 

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