In my book
"How to motivate your teenager to study"
Published by Juggernaut Books(@juggernaut.in)
I share 20 tips - based on my experience of working with teens and their parents over the past 10 years.
Tip 6 is - Turn Threats into Challenges.
Is there a difference between a threat and a challenge?
Yes there is.
Challenges are motivating because they keep you focused on the rewards that success will bring.
Threats are intimidating because they keep you focused on the respect that you will lose if you fail.
Most parents I consult with - make the mistake of threatening their teens to ensure that they do what needs to be done.
And the fear that the threats create - kill motivation.
In my book I share - how you can convert threats into challenges.
If you have been struggling to motivate your teen - read this book to understand them.
This is the link https://www.amazon.in/How-Motivate-Your-Teenager-Study-ebook/dp/B099F9JJMF/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&qid=1629262147&refinements=p_27%3ADebmita%20Dutta&s=books&sr=1-1&fbclid=IwAR17l1Sp2qxVIz7USH7pjXrqkfmMR1FhSF0GoEFOQOm0PcLCs-2XjtEmYc4
Teens who feel understood will not need you to push them.