Question of the Day – No. 55 Posted on June 17, 2018June 10, 2018 by Troy Headrick What’s the number one advice you’d give to a child? Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrLinkedInRedditPinterestPocketTelegramWhatsAppSkypeEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading...
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Will advice him to play as much as he can.
That’s a great advice. I think that children want to be grown ups way too early in life…
Always believe in yourself, child – even when no one else will. You know yourself best.
This must be one of the best advices someone can give.
Never grow up …Always be a child inside…Growing up’s over rated…
Yes, it is.
Never bully anyone.
Believe in urself ..
Never be silent, but always ask questions and speak up when something does not feel right.
Great advise! This helps building the character.
Seriously: keep your things under control.
Unseriously: enjoy as much as you can, soon it will be gone 🙁
Nice combination! 🙂
Life is a gift. Live in the present. Live each day as though it were your last. Do the things you love and love deeply, without reserve. Give your heart in all that you do. Never lose your imagination and don’t be in a hurry to grow up. Being an adult is not as glamorous as it seems.
Also, it’s not as fun as it might seem…
I hate adulting.
Never lose sight of your dreams, thats your inner passion telling you how to live a happy life
I think that we as grown ups have lost it and now we’re trying to find it again…
I like Ellen’s advice. “Be kind to one another”. Oh, what a better world we would experience if we all did just that.
Yes, it would. Unfortunately, some people “deal” with their own frustrations by “throwing” them into the ones around them.
Trust your gut, and always be yourself.
That’s right. Otherwise there’s the risk of being what others want…
Yes, and I have daughters, which makes it even more tricky. They’re ‘themselves’ for the most part.
But you youngest can’t seem to trust her gut even though her instincts are always on point. I’m surprised by that! I’m a gut trusted x infinity, and my gut has never been wrong. And in all honesty, trusting my gut saved my life once. So for me it’s an invaluable skill!
It seems very tricky. Maybe trying to remember how you got to the point of trusting your gut and slowly guide them on the same path could work? Or maybe they need to learn by their own by making mistakes and learning from that… it’s very tricky.
Believe in Yourself