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Wednesday, 8 June 2016

Three parenting tips that can help persuade your toddler to do stuff

My toddler is the fiercest CEO I’ve ever pitched to. He can cut through the clutter faster than a well maintained chainsaw in the hands of a zombie apocalypse survivor.

If I’m trying to cajole him into doing something, he doesn’t want to hear a weak sales pitch. There has to be a detailed walkthrough of my grand plans, and objection handling throughout, just like a cold call to someone who hates your guts the moment you’ve opened your mouth.

I’ve started to take some of the tactics I’ve learnt in a decade of working in sales, and applying them at home. Who knows, maybe you’ll find them helpful too...

...Read the full article here, on the Huffington Post!

1 comment:

  1. The high art of diplomacy with a child didn't immediately obey me)) I had to use a lot of soothing fab cbd before I learned how to properly build a dialogue. In fact, it requires a strong nervous system because this small creature will try to tough your nerves at every turn. It's unavoidable. I managed to withstand it, so you too can do it.

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