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Next Level Thinking For a Child Success

All good parents want their children to be safe from problems, to perform well in school and to do great work.

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There is no specific way of raising a successful child, but scientific research has pointed out a few useful factors that can predict success. And it’s not surprising that they all come from parents. Let’s know what the parents of successful children have in common.

They do their own work:

According to the research of ‘Stanford University’, if children are not accustomed to keeping and washing their dishes, it means someone else will do this work for them which does not a good impression on their personality. On the contrary, doing homework will not only make them learn about them, rather the collaboration of everyone brings overall improvement. Researchers believe that children who grow up doing their tasks, merge with their fellow workers more quickly in their practical life and they are also more compassionate and able to do their work independently.

Knowledge of social skills:

In another research by the University of Pennsylvania and Duke University looked at the lives of more than 700 children across the United States from their earliest academic years until the age of 25, and this was revealed in elementary classes as social skills and adulthood, there is a relationship between success. According to this research, socially competent children cooperate with their fellows without appearing, be helpful to others and understand their emotions as well as solve their own problems. Such children are more likely to get a job by the age of 25 after a college degree. While those with limited social skills often lag behind in development. According to researchers, it is the parents’ responsibility to build social and emotional skills within the children and to help them build a healthy future.

They Have More Expectation:

A University of California survey data found that the parents who have expectation on their children, they have a lot of impact on their success, growth, and development. Which parents want to see successful their children in the Educational field. Whatever their income, they make every effort to achieve that goal. 96% of children of such parents become successful in higher education.

Parents Love with each other:

The children whose parents quarrel with each other they often left far behind in their practical life. According to research from the University of Illinois, if there is a conflict or separation between parents. So it may have negative effects on the child, However, if the relationship is good, the children will move forward in a positive way.

Highly Educated:

A University of Michigan found in research if a mother had a college degree, she would like to see her children at least equal in education. After reviewing a group of 14,000 children from 1998 to 2007, the research has found that the probability of higher education decreases from children of illiterate mothers. Therefore, the success of children’s education and career can be predicted to a considerable extent by the educational level of parents.

Make A Good Relation With Children:

According to the research of the University of Minnesota if the baby who is born in poverty got well attention from their parents in the initial three years, then they not only get better educational results even they build good relations at the third stage of the age. The parents who care about their children, give them a safe base. They illuminate their name in the world when they grow up.

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