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podcast show notes | episode 067 | life-changing parenting framework with roger k. allen

This blog post serves as SHOW NOTES for our podcast — Cultivate a Good Life. This is not a comprehensive outline of everything discussed in this specific episode. The notes, links, and tips below are just some of what was mentioned. Everything we’re highlighting here will certainly make so much more sense when you’ve listened to this episode. If you haven’t already listened, you definitely should. And you should also just go ahead and subscribe to the podcast. It’s good stuff.

episode description

067: Life-changing Parenting Framework with Roger K. Allen

We’re so lucky to talk with Roger Allen in this episode! We met him as a presenter at BYU Education Week and he changed how both of us parent! His ideas are actually life-changing. What an honor to share him and his ideas with YOU! With a dual background in psychology and organizational behavior, Roger brings a unique perspective to his parenting philosophy and ideas. We talk about how to build trust with our children by reacting less, listening more, and letting our kids take more responsibility. His suggestions are simple but can make a huge impact in our parenting.

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show notes

“Trust building precedes problem solving.”

Skills to work on that will build trust with our children:

  1. empathy
  2. honesty
  3. responsibility

Check out Roger’s website here.




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