Parenting in 2020 and having a positive impact on your children

We asked some of the best parents we know to tell us about the most important thing they’ve done as parents and have shared their wisdom below.

Asha Dickerson | Therapist, Professor, Speaker, & Podcast Host

I am a parent of 2 girls. It has always been important to me to show them that 1 of the most important things that they can do to be successful is to adjust. Because I had them at a somewhat young age, they have been able to witness a lot of ups and downs in my life. Many of those downs could have lead to poverty or depression but instead, I have made adjustments. Whether that be adjusting my expenses and diversifying my income after a job loss or adjusting my environment during toxic situations. Some of this adjustment has included using the resources that I had available including savings to pay bills, friends for support, and self-care resources. More than anything, I want them to grow to be strong women full of light and positivity. Read more>>

Shauna Ti’’er | Artist/Model/Small Business Owner

As a parent the most important thing I’ve done to impact their lives was becoming an entrepreneur early and teaching them financial independence. It is a life long gift that they can pass down to their families. Read more>>

Michole Holland | Baker-Food Enthusiast

As a parent, I feel that the most important thing that my businesses have taught my children is that you really can have, do and be whatever you want if you really believe in it. If you really believe in something, every stride you take will be towards that goal and even if you have to veer away from it, you will usually come right back to it, Focus is everything even if it takes a little more time than expected or desired. Rome wasn’t built in a day! Read more>>

Tina Ellis | Holistic Massage Therapist

The most important contribution I’ve given my son is support and patience. He only 2, but I can tell that the way I handle and help him maneuver through life thus far has earned his trust that will never he broken. It’s the little things that count! Read more>>

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