Conviction

When belief meets faith and trust it becomes conviction, the unassailable version of belief.  Equally important is that we all expect our kids to listen to us and follow, having said that, we want them to follow what? Our actions or our thought process leading to those actions? Of course, the latter. Right? At subconscious level investing in kids learning thought process gets lost somewhere and their emulating our actions becomes success. This is a good way of teaching rituals and routine but not conviction.

For our kids to develop a very strong belief in themselves and their acts, it is important that they understand the facts behind the belief. At that level of understanding belief and soul think together. That’s the tipping point.

 A leader has the vision and conviction that a dream can be achieved. He inspires the power and energy to get it done. Ralph Nader

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