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Episode #312

8 Essential Skills for You and Your Kids Success

Episode Summary:

In this episode, you’ll learn the traits of high achieving kids and how to assure happiness from Richard Rossi.  Richard is the president and executive director of the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists. He is also the co-founder of two of the world’s largest and most prestigious enrichment programs for high-achieving students having served over 640,000 students from more than 118 countries over 26 years.

Here’s a glance at what you’ll learn from Richard in this episode:

  • Why your child can be so much more than you ever thought possible
  • The two things every parent wants for their child and how to give it to them
  • 8 skills the highest achieving young people in the world have in common
  • How to assure your child’s success and happiness in school and life
  • The secret to making sure your child reaches their full potential in life

Show Notes:

  • Who is Richard Rossi?
  • Richard’s background and story
  • Having kids is hard work
  • Be as strategic in raising kids as you are in business: they are your real future
  • At the end of the day, every parent is looking for the same thing: we all want our children to be safe and happy
  • Peter Diamandis’ Exponential Unknowable Future for your kids
  • Richard’s interview of Dr. Cherry Murray
  • Dr. Cherry’s first pearl of wisdom: Shit happens
  • Second, when shit happens, look for an opportunity
  • Richard’s lessons working with over 640,000 high achieving young people
  • What you can learn from the top 1%
    • They have the courage to act in the face of discomfort
    • They are self-managed, self-directed and self-motivated
    • They are goal setters
    • They are strategic in time-management
    • They have great speaking and listening skills
    • They have great negotiating skills
    • They are consistent in their actions
    • They also understand that failure is not an option
  • University of Chicago’s amazing research proves these traits correct
  • Just One Chance: Assuring Your Child’s Success and Happiness in School and Life
  • Final thought: always be willing to work with your child

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