Parents who prevent their child from becoming a leader
All the parents of the world want the best for their children and that unconditional love is the basis of all education and is necessary for every child to have the possibility to believe in him, in his possibilities and capabilities. But to educate to be a leader is to educate so that the child is
All the parents of the world want the best for their children and that unconditional love is the basis of all education and is necessary for every child to have the possibility to believe in him, in his possibilities and capabilities. But to educate to be a leader is to educate so that the child is capable in his adult life of being able to lead others and have good decision-making abilities with his own criteria.
There are many boys and girls who are born with the innate ability to be leaders and that in children's schools is seen but as the years pass these capacities are lost until they even disappear. Why does this happen? Why does a child who is a leader lose that capacity? The answer is at home.
Parents' mistakes that prevent their children from being leaders
Since the children are born, the parents have the need (and obligation) to protect the children and to provide them with everything they need so that they can fully develop at the level physical as well as emotional and mental. But sometimes this desire for protection ends on occasions when children are spoiled because of some mistakes that parents make.
But, what are the behaviors of the parents that most affect the children? There are some fundamental behaviors that will prevent a child from becoming a leader:
1. Overprotect: Parents who overprotect their children so that they do not face anything that may cause them any kind of negative feeling will make the child end up feeling insecurity towards himself and will depend on others to feel good.
If parents do not allow children to solve their problems (a must for any leader) they will never have the capacity to have a promising future because they will be unable to do anything . It is not the same to solve the things to the children that accompany them in the process so that they take the right decisions.2. Too many praises
: When a child is applauded in his first years of life because he begins to have his first achievements, this is fine. But when the child starts to grow and he continues to applaud with everything he does, he has been able to change for 15 years. A child who is told that everything he does is well knowing that this is not true, can generate in the child two things that are not good for any leader:feeling of arrogance (I do everything right because I am better that the rest) or quite the opposite, feeling of defeat (I know that what I am doing is not right and others feel sorry for me). Cuidado 3. Beware of prizes : The same thing happens with prizes, because praising a deserved effort will always be good but
rewarding anything the child does is totally detrimental to education. If since they are children they are rewarded without doing anything, when they grow up and have to make efforts in their unconscious they will have been saved that it is not worth it because they do not need to strive to get what they want, since others will provide it.