Five Solid Reasons: Why Your Child Can Be An Achiever

Written by Narayan Bukkasagara

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Also, countrepparttar number of competitions and tests or exams your child has passed till today. This is not all. Addrepparttar 141429 number of skills which your child has picked up in school. Like, reading, writing, counting, etc... You will certainly get a long list of your child's achievements. Yes, all these are your child's achievements or successes.

Agreed, these achievements may not be earth-shattering. But they do matter. Because they show that your child HASrepparttar 141430 ability to learn. Hasrepparttar 141431 power to achieve success.

5.It takes only a specific Goal and practical Action Plans to achieve success. There is no other magic. And anyone, including your child, can do it.

If you look atrepparttar 141432 above five reasons why your child can be an achiever, you will realize that there is nothing impossible about it. With faith and right training, your child can do anything. Achieve any level of success. And today, you can do something to encourage your child in this direction.

Casually, discussrepparttar 141433 above five reasons with your child. It does not matter whether your child agrees with it or not. Just discuss this positive information. Why?

Because whenever we talk or discuss about positive things and information with our children, we are automatically programming their brain positively. We are automatically making them AWARE of good things, which will certainly create good influence on their thinking and behavior. Sooner or later.

So you see, even if your child does not userepparttar 141434 above information immediately, your child's brain will definitely be exposed to positive information.

And this is usuallyrepparttar 141435 first step to big achievements.

Narayan is an author of revolutionary self-training system, ‘SUCCESS MINDWARE for students.' His Mission is to help Parents Transform their children into Extraordinary Achievers. Get his FREE ‘Positive Parenting' ebook at

The Effect of Scent on Moods

Written by Valerie Garner

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1.Romantic scents: jasmine, patchouli, freesia, gardenia, rose, sandalwood, cinnamon. 2.Energizers: tangerine, eucalyptus, mint, lemon, bergamot, ginger. 3.Calming: lavender, frankincense & myrrh, cedar, almond, heliotrope, marjoram, hyacinth, vanilla. 4.Refreshing: eucalyptus, grapefruit, lemon, lime, orange, mint, tangerine, rosemary.

This also helps to explain why we tend to prefer different scents based on our moods. I know mine vary quite a lot, as does my taste in candle scents. I think thatís true with most of us. Perhaps itís time to try another type of scent that you wouldnít naturally gravitate to, you may find you discover a new favorite whenrepparttar "mood" hits you.

By Valerie Garner-Mother, grandmother and candlemaker / owner of Joyful Designs in Soy (Candles). She loves to write on a variety of topics with a warm, and engaging style.

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