Personal Training and Workshop Overview:

Family Success

Having a Good Time Building a Great Family

Great families are the result of correctly choosing and applying principles of growth and care for one another. The home has 80% of the power to generate individual success and forms the very foundation for quality living and personal fulfillment. Learn how to build the family you want and then build it through purposeful time management, powerful habits, and fun activities. Develop meaningful, supportive, and lasting relationships with each other.

Find out how to encourage positive behavior in your children, teach them how to have successful interactions with other people, and learn the communication and leadership skills so important in achieving life goals.

 

The following are 52 powerful success principles
important to your family's success:

 
Basic Family Boosters
 

1.    Schedule Regular Family Times (Weekly Family Home Evening)

2.   Hold Weekly Parent Executive Meetings & Personal Support & Co-Planning for Success  Interviews

3.    Share Fun Experiences

4.    Start and Continue a Family History

5.    Establish a Family Vision, Mission Statement, Guiding Principles, and Constitution

6.    Identify and Value Desired Family Roles and Relationships

7.    Share in Each Otherís Successes

8.    Accept and Value Each Otherís Differences

9.    Show Care & Value by Doing Special Things for One Another

10.  Express Thanks and Appreciation Often

11.  Show Courtesy in Words and Actions

12.  Find and Use Meaningful Ways to Express Love

13.  Avoid Constant Corrections

 
Positive Behavior Boosters
 

14.       Know and Model What You Want

15.       Learn and Teach Positive Values and Behaviors (Character Skills) (Belief Windows and Control Systems)

16.       Have Continued Common Goals.

17.       Change the Environment for Positive Results.  Use alternative learning conditions or ways of doing things Ė even arrangement of furniture

18.       Make Sure each Person Has Good Friends and a Productive and Satisfying Support Group

19.       Use the Growth Equation: Care + Conflict = Growth.  ďLove your neighbor as you love yourself.Ē  Establish that each person each time is to be treated with dignity and respect

20.       Make Positive Deposits in Each Otherís Self-Esteem.  Honestly Recognize and Admire Each Other at His or Her Best.

21.       Notice and Label What You Want with Target Talk.  Use the Power of Positive Expectations and Use of the Reciprocal.  Act toward the other person as if he or she Ö

22.       Recognize the Power of Conditioning.  (Attention, Significance, and Effect on the Environment)  Use Natural or Logical Consequences.  Do a Behavior Analysis.  Watch for patterns and rewards.  No right to hinder others.

23.   Give and Protect the Other Person a Desirable Reputation.  Give the Other Person a Chance to Do It Right.  Avoid Freezing a Person in His or Her Undesirable Habits.  Be Open About Your Own Mistakes Before Talking About the Other Personís Mistakes.  Protect Self-Esteem by Recognizing Good Intentions.  Ask for the Behavior You Need Without Indicating Intentional Wrongdoing.

24.   Use the Power of Positive Practice.  The development of habits.  Use the Power of Investment.  ďWhere your treasure is ÖĒ

25.   Use Win/Win problem solving (Care Cards)  Ask Questions and Offer Suggestions Instead of Giving Orders.  Make the Other Person Happy About Doing What is Needed

26.   Make the Fault Seem Easy to Correct and the Next Step Easy to Take.  Look For and Recognize Even Small Improvements.

 
People Success Boosters  
 

27.       Feel Good About Yourself and Exhibit a Positive Attitude

28.       Smile

29.       Participate in Happy or Good Experiences with Others

30.       Show an Eager Interest in Meeting People.  Take the Initiative in Introducing Yourself with Name, Handshake, and Eye Contact

31.       Remember and Use Peopleís Names

32.       Help People Feel Important

33.       Show Honest Admiration

34.       Help the Other Person be His or Her Best

35.       Encourage Others to Talk About Themselves

36.   Learn and Talk About the Other Personís Interests

37.   Be and Share Yourself and Your Own Interests

38.   Serve and be Served.  Be There In Time of Need

39.   Avoid Pointing Out Faults

 
 
Leadership and Communication Boosters  
 

40.       Make Your Purposes and Desired Outcomes Clear

41.       Feel and Show Sincere Enthusiasm for Your Ideas

42.       Build a Success Team with Common Goals and T-R-U-S-T

43.       Discover & Empower Dreams through F-A-I-T-H and M-A-G-I-C

44.       Use Showmanship to Get Your Ideas Across.  Organize and Support Your Ideas with Stories, Examples, Facts, etc.

45.       Get What You Want by Helping Other People Get What They Want

46.       Offer Exciting Challenges and a Chance to Be Recognized

47.       Ask for Specific Help and Express Gratitude for It

48.       Listen Fully to What the Other Person Has to Say

49.   Find Out the Other Personís Motivations and Points of View. Appeal to the Other Personís Best Motives.  Show Sincere Care for the Other Personís Goals, Feelings, and Problems

50.   Value the Other Personís Views and Opinions.  Give the Other Person Credit for Needed Ideas.  Do Not Indicate the Other Person is Wrong.  Be Honest About Your Own Mistakes

51.   Emphasize Where You Agree and Get the Other Person Saying Yes

52.   Build Relationships and Potential for a Productive Future.  Reassure Your Continued Friendliness and Goodwill.