Reward your children reasonably.
When we praise our children for even their plainest of accomplishments, it leads them to develop a false sense of what it takes to excel, as well as a belief that they are entitled to praise and recognition. This type of thinking will negatively impact their work performance as adults—after all, no one praises adults for every little thing!
- Refrain from praising every little thing your child does.
Children do not require rewards for every achievement of theirs. Praise and reward their outstanding achievements only.
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