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In our podcast, we sit down with real parents and get real answers on how to be a better parent in today's busy busy world.
Nature v. Nurture In Raising Great Human Beings - An Interview With Dr. Gustavo Carlo
"We can't wait for our kids to do something wrong to teach our children what is right." - Dr. Gustavo Carlos
Nature versus nurture. It’s a concept we often discuss as parents in relation to how our children act or eventually turn out. How much do our parenting practices actually influence our children? Enough of the hearsay. Let’s look at the science.
Dr. Gustavo Carlo studies these concepts and I am so excited to talk to him about his scientific findings.
How To Ask Questions And Listen To Your Child
Will you go out with me? Will you marry me? Do you want to have kids? The questions we ask each other have the power to change the course of our lives forever. Today I am super excited to talk to the world renowned Frank Sesno about the power of questions and how we can use questions to better communicate with our children and be better parents. Frank is Dad of 3, an Emmy award winning anchor and author of "Ask More".
Episode 4: How To Achieve Work And Parenting Balance
Work and parenting balance. Is it possible to have it all? Daisy Dowling says yes.
In this episode we cover:
- How to achieve balance between work and parenting
- 3 of the biggest mistakes working parents make that prevents them from achieving balance
- How to frame your work to superiors so you position yourself to be promoted (and not punished in the workplace for being a parent)
How To Make Cooking Nutritiously For Your Family - Easy, Quick and Cheap
Dr. Maya Adam is a specialist in child health at Stanford's School Of Medicine. She is mother to three children, ages 12, 9, and 7.
In this podcast we cover:
- The biggest mistake we make when thinking about cooking healthily for our family
- How to make cooking healthily easy
- How to make cooking healthily cheap
- The best resources for parents to teach themselves about cooking healthily
- Why "it's better to be real than perfect" (Maya's mother's advice)
and much much more...
How To Use Comedy To Make Parenting Better
An interview with Dawn Dais.
Dawn is mother of 2, a bestselling author and comedian.
Her latest book is The Overly Honest Baby Book, which makes an excellent gift for a parent to be. It's a play on the usual baby books that record first steps, first laughs etc. This book covers that too - but also hilarious realities like "The Last Time Mommy Showered 2 Days in A Row" or "The First Time We Had A Meal At A Restaurant That Did Not Result in PTSD."
In this episode, we cover:
How comedy can make arduous parenting better How we can use comedy to teach our children to deal with social situations Dawn's advice to new parents The good, the bad and the ugly of social media Why not to compare yourself to your friend's Pintrest board and so much more... You can download on iTunes here
How To Use Empathy To Be A Better Parent
In this episode we talk to Matt Heinz, dad of three young children and marketing and sales guru. He's a best selling author and listed on numbers top 50 lists of the most influential marketers in the United States.
How his marketing expertise set him up to be a good parent (empathy) His key principles for being a better parent - (1) Empathy and Affection and (2) Spending Quality Time With Each Child Each Day (10 minutes) Real life after bringing home his first baby His favorite children's books His go to activities with his children How we can escape some parenting marketing traps How to make homemade bacon....! And more...! Listen now. Read the article at www.parentingjournal.org
See more about Matt Heinz at Heinz Marketing
Check out Matt's most recent book Full Funnel Marketing here now.