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Do What Matters Most

Release Date: 02/01/2019

Great Leaders E9: Personal Leadership Review show art Great Leaders E9: Personal Leadership Review

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Sometimes people don’t know if they would be good leaders or not. In this episode, Dr. Scoresby describes a straightforward way to assess both your potential and actual performance as a leader. Listen to the items, score yourself from one to five, and you can see your potential as a leader and see how well you’re performing.

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Great Leaders E8: The 8 Guiding Principles of Great Leaders show art Great Leaders E8: The 8 Guiding Principles of Great Leaders

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All great leaders appear to be guided by a set of doctrines or principles that underlie the way they treat people and organize them. The eight doctrines Dr. Scoresby describes in this episode can be implemented by anyone, and they have proven to make leadership more successful.

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Lost Wisdom E8: Hunger Is the Best Spice show art Lost Wisdom E8: Hunger Is the Best Spice

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People of yesteryear were masters at coming up with bridge statements that motivated children to do things they might not want to do. These statements become so much a part of life that they are used for specific situations but remembered by all who hear them. Use this wisdom to help children eat what they might not want to eat.

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Don't Let Your Career Hurt Your Kids E2: Between Work and Home, Part 2 show art Don't Let Your Career Hurt Your Kids E2: Between Work and Home, Part 2

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Understand common work and home problems and how to solve them. Then see a comparison between the conditions at work and at home that will enable you to be successful in adjusting your language, emotions, and social behavior at work and at home. This adjustment will help your kids feel happier.

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Don't Let Your Career Hurt Your Kids E1: Between Work and Home, Part 1 show art Don't Let Your Career Hurt Your Kids E1: Between Work and Home, Part 1

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21st-century children deserve a new generation of parents with better tools. In this episode, Dr. Scoresby will explain the importance of understanding the role of social context. There are five elements in each social situation, and knowing these will help you understand how to keep what is important at work at work and separate that from what is important at home. Making this adaptation successfully can ensure your children’s success.

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21st-Century Children E11: Help Your Child Be Socially Confident and a Good Friend show art 21st-Century Children E11: Help Your Child Be Socially Confident and a Good Friend

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In this episode, Dr. Scoresby will explain how to help your children be socially confident by teaching them the vocabulary for many situations so they can understand more, communicate better, and be able to make smooth adaptations or adjustments. When parents do this, they are more likely to have confident children who are respectful and successful with their friends.

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21st-Century Children E10: Find Out Why Your Children Behave The Way They Do show art 21st-Century Children E10: Find Out Why Your Children Behave The Way They Do

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One of the worst experiences for children is to be misjudged by their parents and falsely accused. This often leads to feelings of worthlessness, injustice, and anger. To avoid this, Dr. Scoresby will explain four different reasons why children act as they do, the cues that will tell you about each, and how to respond successfully to each. It will make you more just and fair and help you avoid hurting your children.

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21st-Century Children E9: Teach Your Children About Sex, Reproduction, and Abstinence show art 21st-Century Children E9: Teach Your Children About Sex, Reproduction, and Abstinence

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Even with all the openness in our world about sex, there is still evidence that many parents are not teaching their children about it. In this episode, Dr. Scoresby explains how to create a positive conversation relationship on the topic and how to adapt your teaching to your children’s ages and stages of development. They need more help from us.

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Emotional Resilience & Self-Reliance: Interview with Dr. Scoresby show art Emotional Resilience & Self-Reliance: Interview with Dr. Scoresby

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Emotional self-reliance is, at its core, the name for ordinary development into adulthood, but it’s becoming a hot topic these days because we’re seeing a rise in depression, anxiety, suicide, and other kinds of problems that indicate emotional self-reliance is not occurring. In this interview, Dr. Scoresby begins a discussion about how parents can promote this normal course of development so kids learn to achieve, learn moral behavior, have successful relationships, and learn how to deal with adversity

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Better Learning E4: Teach The Way Your Children Learn show art Better Learning E4: Teach The Way Your Children Learn

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In this episode, learn how to adapt your methods of teaching your children to the learning modalities they are the most expert at, and apply assertive learning as the means of helping your children acquire greater responsibility for themselves. It will help them be more successful at learning and will save you time. Get dozens of practical activities when you download the free pdf of the book "Awakening the Brain's Potential" on FirstAnswers.com.

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In this episode, Dr. Scoresby introduces the central theme of Do What Matters Most. He shares how his focus will be on what it takes to ensure that love exists, what promotes happiness and well being, how some people find hope and survive challenges and difficulties, and what it takes for us to be successful with one another so that we might do better and find more satisfaction and fulfillment in our relationships. All these require that we search for and do what matters most.