“The onus of responsibility for the smooth running of the family rests squarely upon the shoulders of the parents”.
Leaders determine the success of an organization. This is the truth. The same thing can be said for leaders in families.
Blaming children for a dysfunctional or stressed out family situation is like blaming Steve in the mailroom for not ensuring the overall success of the organization. As nice as Steve is, he is not the CEO.
Poor leaders blame the ones they lead. Good leaders take responsibility.
What are you doing?
Leadership can be learned.
You can learn to lead in a way that empowers, inspires, and creates win-wins. You can lead in a way that reduces stress and maximizes well-being. It’s possible!
As a parent, you can’t choose whether or not you are a leader, but you can choose what kind of leader you are going to be.
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