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The Word Every Parent Should Remove Destination: YOUniversity

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Be a good listener. I hear parents pass this advice along to their children. My question is, “Whose voice are we listening to?” The messages we hear become the messages we believe. If you want your child to truly believe she/he can achieve anything, there is ONE WORD all parents must remove from their vocabulary.

After a recent conversation with my own mother, I learned of her decision to change this one word in our home. That one word changed the trajectory of my life and I’ve invited my mom to share this practice with you.

Lydia Franco is one of twelve siblings and as a child she shared one bedroom with her sisters. The cramped space and constant traffic of people made her dream of a way out. When she was admitted to college, she was shocked by the reaction of her mother and regretfully altered her plans.

Every success story begins with a childhood. Hear the one word that changed her first born's destination to YOUniversity.

Be a good listener. I hear parents pass this advice along to their children. My question is, “Whose voice are we listening to?” The messages we hear become the messages we believe. If you want your child to truly believe she/he can achieve anything, there is ONE WORD all parents must remove from their vocabulary.

After a recent conversation with my own mother, I learned of her decision to change this one word in our home. That one word changed the trajectory of my life and I’ve invited my mom to share this practice with you.

Lydia Franco is one of twelve siblings and as a child she shared one bedroom with her sisters. The cramped space and constant traffic of people made her dream of a way out. When she was admitted to college, she was shocked by the reaction of her mother and regretfully altered her plans.

Every success story begins with a childhood. Hear the one word that changed her first born's destination to YOUniversity.

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