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How to Raise Highly Successful Children

In this Show

Husband and wife team Grant and Elena Cardone tackle the subject of how to balance business, marriage and family and 10X them all. Committed to their kids, their business endeavors and their marriage they share what they do to make it all work. Join them every Wednesday at 1pm EST where they live out their motto of “stick and stay it’s bound to pay.”

Today’s topic was brought by Lee Reeves from Triumph Equity Management, in Houston, Texas.

Grant and Elena are talking about raising highly successful children. They discuss traits, tactics and tips on how to make sure your children are self-confident, self-reliant and built for success.

“Do you think a child should never be disciplined?” – Grant Cardone

You must be talking about success all of the time. It has to be a part of daily life so that they don’t latch on to any kind of ‘success’ they see on television or in the news. They don’t see a kid win a gold tournament and instantly think golf is their only route to success.

Grant’s Tips:
1. Make the decision that your kids will be successful.
2. Quit worrying about everything.
3. Make success important.

Elena’s Tips:
4. Treat them with respect and dignity.
5. Make the environment safe.
6. Teach them to speak to strangers, safely.

“Never tell your kids to ‘be careful.’ Don’t make them paranoid and scared of everything.” – Elena Cardone

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