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As a busy, hardworking mom, you’ve got a lot on your plate.
The chores, the cooking, the driving, the errands, the homework, they never end. This endless to-do list all falls on your shoulders.
So you think….
“My kids are capable of more. It’s time they take on responsibility for managing their own homework, cleaning up after themselves, and pitching in around the house.”
So you make a declaration, “Kids, it’s time you took on more responsibility!”
But they don’t rise to the occasion, they complain and avoid you.
So you start nagging and repeating yourself:
Getting your kids to take on responsibilities is easy. You just tell them what to do. Remind them. Give consequences or rewards when they do what you ask. Easy.
The TRICK is to do it while still ENJOYING being their mom! To like the person we are being while teaching them how to be responsible.
You will come away with….
Moms who feel confident and peaceful about their delegation plan are more likely to….
This workshop will not make you feel like you are doing it wrong, or that there is more you have to do. This workshop is about releasing the burdens, guilt and frustration so you can access your super powers.
Delegating chores to kids was one area that took me the longest to master. I always felt like everything was my responsibility and I wanted to do a good job!
I didn’t think I was being a perfectionist. I just thought I was supposed to keep a clean home, prepare home cooked meals, volunteer with school, scouts and sports, drive them all around, participate in their extra-curricular activities, financially contribute to the household, oversee their school work, hygiene, nutrition, and encourage their social relationships.
It made sense that I should also be encouraging them to learn new skills. Intellectually, I knew they should take over doing their own laundry, dishes, helping with yard work, pet care, and managing their own school work and grades. But when I delegated, I had to watch them mess up, do a bad job, act helplessness and incapable.
Watching this made me feel like I was failing at motherhood. Not only were my kids incapable but they complained and acted helpless, turning me into an annoying nag that nobody wanted to be around (including me!)
In this workshop, I will teach you the steps I used to move from frustrated, nagging mom with incapable children, to a peaceful, fun loving mom with kids who are impressed by their own capabilities.
First 30 minutes:
We start with figuring out how you came to be the one doing all the work. Then we’ll get clear on what you’d like to delegate and the steps needed to be successful.
Torie coaches you so that your action plan is tailored your specificly to you and your family.
Journal write and bathroom breaks
First 20 minutes:
Release the guilt, doubt and frustration. Find your calm, leadership energy that will get things done and learn how to access it whenever you want.
Personalized coaching on your obstacles so you feel confident and in control.
Self coaching in journal and break time.
You’ve got a plan and you are feeling confident, now we anticipate and overcome obstacles ahead of time. How to ensure you don’t fall back into old patterns of frustration and resentment.
Coaching to get you in the right mindset to for watching kids fumble, forget and fail with peace. Learning to trust that your kids will become the responsible adults you want to see.
With your plan ready to roll, we’ll wrap up with ways to stay successful and utilize your village to help keep you accountable.
Each hour spent overcoming our obstacles and increasing our confidence will save you a hundred hours in nagging and frustration!