Once you understand that you can start deliberately planning for a life long talent in each one of your children, it becomes a very exciting lifestyle for everyone in the family. It is no longer a random process for the parents or the child.
In order to get started working on a talent, the key is to latch onto something tangible for your child.
Therefore, creating a focus of interest on which your child can build the first 100 hours of a talent is the outcome of the workshop I provide in the guide “How to Discover and Develop Your Child’s First 100 Hours of Talent.”
When you have a process, then you will not have your child waste his time with what might really turn out to be:
- a party trick
- a quaint hobby
- or a distraction to fill your child’s spare time
Instead with the right plan on how your child can build himself a real talent, he is going to at the same time be able to:
- create value for other people
- rise above the crowd
- and live a professional life with passion
Don’t invent the process from scratch, because you can get the right process now from here: