TOP 10 THINGS PARENTS SHOULD TEACH THEIR TEENAGERS THIS HOLIDAY.

  1. How to handle rejections.
  2. How to manage expectations.
  3. How to make correct decisions.
  4. How to manage personal finances.
  5. How and when to say NO.
  6. How to maintain personal hygiene.
  7. How to network without creating unnecessary attachments.
  8. How to socialise without being pushy.
  9. How to say sorry even if the mistake is not yours.
  10. How to smile even when disappointed.

By Sam VIDAMBU.

Vidambu is an Academic Mentor with over 2200 high schools in Kenya running his academic programs.
His Academic Mentorship Programs revolve around Syllabus Coverage, Syllabus Understanding Strategies, Content Mastery, Content Retention, Content Delivery, Proper Revision Techniques, Time Management Strategies, Working Timetable, Study Book, Classroom/Staffroom Intercordination, Academic Cultures, Study Habits, among other great topics.
He is a Trainer of Principals during KESSHA conferences and teachers.
He is the President of Global Student Mentorship Center, He is an author, and a Lecturer.
To Have Vidambu launch their Candidates Academic Mentorship Programs in your school and be a Class Mentor kindly call/text/whatsapp 0743480435 (Sam Vidambu).
To have Mr Vidambu mentor your son/daughter call/text/whatsapp 0743480435 (Vidambu).
If you’re not happy with your child’s results text Vidambu to help them.
He has Catch Up programs for Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology and also Languages.
His Facebook Page is Sam Vidambu (The Previous Articles By Him Are Found On His Facebook Page).
Kindly Forward This Article To Whatsapp Groups of the Teachers, Guidance and Counselling Teachers, Parents and All The Principals you know.
To Be Added To His Whatsapp Group Full of Principals and Teachers To Receive His Mentorship First Before Anyone Else Kindly Whatsapp His Number (0743480435).

You Are Blessed.

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