Parenting with Passion
“I learned we have to empower our kids to discover their dreams. Parenting with passion is important to every parent because it will guide you to raise healthier kids who can make a better world.”
— Maha Dyab
What would be possible
if your children were responsible, and showed initiative?
Knew how to set goals and meet them?
Got along with people of various backgrounds and cultures?
Could resolve conflicts and solve their own problems?
All successful sports icons have coaches to drive them forward in their careers, but why wait for adulthood or stardom before taking on a coach? Regular life coaching sessions can help give your child a head start in life and point them in the right direction even while still at school.
Or you can become the coach. Through Parenting with Passion you will become the best coach that your child would ever need and the most impactful.
What if your child could access a truly well-rounded education at home and learn valuable life skills such as emotional intelligence and resilience? What if they could learn how to manage stress and pursue what truly makes them happy?
“Like all parents, my husband and I just do the best we can, and hold our breath, and hope we’ve set aside enough money to pay for our kid’s therapy.” – Michelle Pfeiffer
Through private coaching a common denominator in the source of pain for almost all adult clients comes from their childhood and is related to something that their parents or caregivers did or did not do, said or did not say. Parenting is a skill like any other out there and you don’t have to do it alone.
Parenting with Passion is a transformational model that acts like the operating system of a computer. It improves performance of all other programs. It produces results such as higher academic achievement, fewer discipline problems, and increased engagement among parents and their children. All this through uncovering and learning how to avoid the 5 massive mistakes that even smart parents make that cause their kids to struggle in life and under-achieve in school.
“They always say that a mother is the one who can raise not the one who can give birth; I believe you are a great mom Randa.”
– Mai Zakarneh
“My biggest takeaway was that we must listen to kids empathetically. Parenting workshop is eye opening. I believe it’s a must for all parents.”
– Babike Khalu
“Very informative workshop that I recommend to all parents. Every little part helps to make your child happy.”
“Eye opening, true reflection about our parenting experiences and our own selves. My learning was to be the biggest cheerleader for my kids and to be self-aware.”
– Salma Khaled