Welcome to 'My Child' Course in Kannada: Solutions for Modern Parenting Challenges!
Meet Your Mindset Coach
CEO | SPEAKER | MINDSET COACH | AUTHOR
Join our scientifically designed course, delivered by renowned parenting expert, youth coach, and human mindset coach, Mahesh Masal. Having inspired over 1 million lives and with a massive following of 3 million on YouTube and social media, Mahesh Masal is here to guide you on your parenting journey.
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What does the My Child Course aim to achieve for parents?
My Child Course aims to assist parents in defining their desired relationships with their children and equips them with the necessary tools to establish a deeper and more enriching connection within their family.
What is the primary focus of parenting training programs?
Parenting training programs primarily aim to provide guidance, education, and accountability to empower families in developing their own parenting skills, rather than merely diagnosing or prescribing solutions for specific issues.
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'My Child' Course in Kannada
What You Will Learn In 36 Days?
Screen Addiction Management with the 10S Method
Sibling Conflict Resolution using the SLLS Model
Study Habits and Overcoming Distractions
Handling Anger, Fear, and Procrastination
Unlocking the 5 Love Languages for Effective Communication
Career Mapping for Your Child's Future Success
Mastering the Art of Focus for Enhanced Productivity
Preparing your child for the future
Join and Become Like The Top 1% Successful Parent
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Let your child be curious, let them ask questions: Mindset coach Mahesh Masal at MEIF conference
Advising the parents to give freedom to children for asking questions, counselor and human mindset coach Mahesh Masal urged people to not be upset if their kids ask questions out of curiosity.