How to raise Gen-Z into future leadership

A Parent’s Resource Guide to Fostering Leadership Skills in Kids.
Every parent dreams of raising confident, strong kids who are able to go after what they want in life. You can help pave your children’s path to success by teaching them leadership skills early on.

Instill confidence in kids with positive affirmations that they say every day.
● Teach little ones active listening—another trait of a good leader—by playing listening games and encouraging them to ask follow-up questions.
● Encourage little ones to hone their speaking skills, for example, by using proper phrasing like “excuse me” when they want something.
● Help kids identify positive role models who can inspire their own brand of leadership.

Help Little Ones Implement Leadership Skills in Everyday Life.
Try these tools to help kids put what they learn into practice.

Here are some resources to help

Encourage kids to participate in class through active learning strategies.

● Consider signing your kids up for team sports, which can help them become leaders amongst their peers.
● Music is another great activity that kids can use to practice leadership skills.
Try these great games to get kids to practice their leadership skills.

Set a Positive Example by Honing Your Own Leadership Skills
You are your child’s first role model. Show them what true leadership looks like.

● Embrace continuing education to go after your dreams. For example, you can earn your master degree with technology to open up career opportunities.
● If you’re struggling with your own confidence or leadership abilities, consult a
professional like Leila Justice, aka the Gratitude Queen, for help.
● Hone leadership skills like communication by joining organizations like Toastmasters.
Implement other best practices for being a positive role model, like showing respect.

Teaching your child leadership skills now can help them become confident
tips above to help your little ones find their voice.



Self-Care Tips: for this Breastfeeding Mom.

Frazzled and Fatigued: Self-Care Tips 

Every New Breastfeeding Mom Should Know

Expectant mothers commonly immerse themselves in baby books to soak up all there is to know about caring for a newborn. What many don’t realize is you have to relearn how to care for yourself, too. Self-care looks very different when you’re a new mom, but it’s every bit as essential as before, and then some. Today, Leila Justice explains how you can utilize self-care practices as you adjust to motherhood.

Drink Plenty of H2O

Adequate water intake helps to maintain a strong and healthy body. The amount you drink also affects your milk supply. Drinking too little water can slow down your milk production and prevent your baby from getting proper nourishment. Stay hydrated by consuming eight ounces of water each time you feed your baby.

Sleep Like a Baby

Sleep deprivation is somewhat of a rite of passage for new mothers. Though your slumber will be disturbed for at least the first few months of your baby’s life, you can still use strategies to increase the quantity and quality of your sleep.

  1. Arrange for your partner to do one of the overnight feedings. You may still need to wake to express milk, but your partner can handle diaper changing, feeding, and putting the baby back to sleep so that you can catch a few extra winks.
  2. Develop good sleep hygiene. Maintain a consistent bedtime and wake-up time. Adjust the light, temperature, and sound settings in your bedroom to allow for optimal sleep.
  3. Resist the urge to scroll through social media on your phone just before bed. Bluelight and device stimulation can negatively impact sleep quality. Instead practice mindfulness in your new habits routine as a new mother 👩 👨‍🍼.

4. Acceptance: As a new mom learn to be mindful and acceptance of your new season in life stages. It help easy the responsibility in a psychological way instead of doubt your ability to stay calm and finding better solution of taking care of yourself and the new born.