The THRIVE Manifesto for Parents

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Your time is precious. You need to know if I’m worth it, if you align with me. Because of that, I decided it was important that I tell you who I am–my manifesto. My THRIVE Manifesto.

I hope it resonates with you. I hope this year you THRIVE for you are a magnificent being!

The THRIVE Manifesto for Parents

We create learning environments in our homes.

We each are responsible for educating our children.

Our goal is not wealth but to raise inquisitive, capable children with perseverance and passion.

We teach through who we are.

We reflect, ponder, and grow.

We ask for help when we need it.

We do hard things.

We are creative beings.

We are learners.

We are beings with choice.

We show our children who we are.

We stop and listen.

We learn along side our children.

We celebrate hugs.

We laugh.

Our enthusiasm about anything is contagious.

We treat people with respect, including ourselves.

We set boundaries with toxic individuals.

We are mindful of our environment.

There is no right way, but many ways.

We never arrive –we journey.

We know our strengths and delight in them.

We are authentic.

We are vulnerable.

We act with integrity.

We collaborate.

We smile.

We encourage.

We give.

We love.

We adore ourselves and our kids.

We are not alone.

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I want you to thrive this year, and this blog will help you do that.

Download the Thrive Manifesto.

My word for the year is THRIVE.

What’s your word for 2013?

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24 Responses

  1. Elizabeth says:

    Trust. And, I could have written this manifesto. Happy to find you. <3 Bless.

  2. Rajean Blomquist says:

    I want to THRIVE! I haven’t officially outed my word yet. Maybe because I kind of forgot. Perhaps it should be Remember. Regardless, I more than like this post a little.

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