Got a Problem?
Design A Plan to Solve It! 

Fill out this worksheet...
Here is your game plan:
1.)  What problem are you trying to solve?
The problem we are going to solve is:
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2.)  How would solving this problem help them in the short term and the long-term?
Every opportunity I have to add meaning (in-the-moment, allowance time, etc.), I will communicate:
Add more to #2: The more reasons you can come up with, the more likely you will be able to convince them to do this long-term for the intrinsic reasons. Search this topic on Google; read parenting articles; find educational videos on vimeo or youtube; think about how this helps different people at different ages.
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3.)  What do you want less of? 
We will hold them accountable for unproductive decisions by:
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Re-write the items in #3:
When my child makes the decision to [insert event from above], I will hold them accountable by [choose from below].
1.) verbally acknowledge it as wrong, unwanted or unproductive
2.) (and/or) revoke a privilege temporarily
3.) (and/or) issue a ticket that will be due at allowance time
4.)  What do you want more of?
We will incentivize good decisions by:
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Let's create a plan!
Re-write the items in #4:
When my child makes the decision to [insert event from above], I will incentivize this behavior by [choose from below].
1.) verbally acknowledge the effort
2.) (and/or) award a special privilege
3.) (and/or) issue this is an additional earning at allowance time
4.) (and/or) reward them with a special Bonus Bounty
Follow this game plan
for at least 2 months
I'm done
Define

You need to define your goal and hash out a plan. Use our easy worksheet below.

Notice, Talk & Repeat

Pay attention to (and create) moments you can offer praise, incentive, and education.

Commit

Repetition builds habits. Pledge to stick to this plan for at least once a week for 2-3 months.

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