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Our success will be in our ability to do better than "good enough."

Some say that it takes a village to raise a child. I agree, but that's because I believe it takes a village to support a parent.

Parenting is a collection of skills that, like any skill, require practice to master. Though we are born with the basic emotions that make parenting attractive, we are left on our own to find the best ways in which to parent the next generation. 


Unlike any other role, parenting challenges us to live into the future adult we are creating in our children. To do so may require unlearning much of the lessons we learned from our parents. Considering the cultural changes and the advancement in technology it’s simple enough to understand, but not so easy a thing to do—after all, we parents are just humans with a big job to do.


Parenting is too big a job for anyone to do alone; it truly takes a village of support for the parent and the child. Some of us are fortunate to live in the right village and are surrounded by engaged and supportive people. For those living in the wrong zip code—lacking support and encouragement—coaching can make all the difference in the world.


A coaching relationship is a collaborative partnership that’s focused on you, the parent player, as you play perhaps the biggest game of your life. Coaching shortens learning curves, supports skill building as it challenges you to become the powerful influence in your child’s life. Your powerful influence is vital because that’s the only way you’ll be able to make good on your promises. 

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