The difference between successful and unsuccessful people often lies in how they view their mistakes.
Everyone can make a difference — even if that difference affects one person.
One good deed deserves another.
Find ways to use these simple moral-building principles in everyday moments with your children.
Be grateful for what you have and not envious of what you don’t.
Friends come in all shapes and sizes!
Over and over, researchers are finding that empathy is the cornerstone for becoming a happy, well-adjusted, successful adult. Studies show that possessing empathy also makes children more likable, more employable, better leaders, and more conscience-driven.
Wins and losses should not be the most important thing to focus on in youth sports.
The truth is, kids don’t learn how to be kind from reading about it in a textbook, but from doing kind deeds. The more children witness or experience what it feels like to give, the more likely they will develop a charitable spirit.
An important but often neglected aspect of respect is listening to what others say.