Banish the “It’s All about ME” attitude.

Are you tired of the SELFISHNESS all around you? This is one of the Top 3 Complaints parents have, when it comes to their kids. This “ME ME ME” attitude!  It’s easy to feel like you’re doing it all, when everyone around you seems to be focusing solely on their own wants and needs.

 

  

In this episode, our Founder, Steve Markel and I talk about how kids develop this attitude in the first place, then how to banish it with practical steps.  As parents, it’s up to us to coach our kids to think outside of themselves, in a very natural way, so they are equipped to recognize needs in others.  If you want to know how to do that, take a listen and share it with others. 

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