When your get your kids to practice The 4:8 Principle, you are really helping them discipline their mind so they create more positive emotions, behaviors, and results. This is a valuable and practical skill that will stick with them throughout their lifetime. Kids who practice The 4:8 Principle have what I call “Positive Memory”. This means they tend to notice and stay mindful of what they do right, instead of what they do wrong. This translates into greater confidence in every arena of life (from academics and friendships to sports and faith) and the joyous ripple effects that flow as a natural consequence.
Do you as a family invest enough time dwelling on the good stuff? It’s never too late to start and never too early to train your children with productive thinking habits.
By the way, would you like to learn more about The 4:8 Principle and how you can put this simple principle into action in your own life? Tune in this afternoon for my live Virtual Book Tour with Alex Mandossian. We’ll discuss what inspired me to write the book and why the advice from the Apostle Paul is so relevant today as we strive individually and as families to reach our full potential. For more information please visit www.tommynewberrybooktour.com.