He says that in spite of the ubiquitous nature of digital distraction, becoming "indistractable" is the most important skill people will need in the future. That's according to researchers in England who conducted a study in which they surveyed and interviewed academic experts and reviewed recently published international studies regarding parental engagement and child academic achievement. There's no denying that if you coast along and put forth minimal effort in raising your kids , there's a high likelihood they'll end up being mediocre or even worse than mediocre, to be honest. Here's what researchers say the parents of the most successful kids do differently. Yet, it's also one that many parents don't teach their kids. Eighty-three percent think that lessons have helped them be more self-aware and receive feedback to improve performance. Imagine what your child's future would look like if he or she had the ability to persist in the face of challenges. They also studied how the kids' persistence was affected by what adults said, such as "Trying hard is important. In the case of his own daughter, when she was young he and his wife sat her down and explained that the time she spent using the iPad meant less time doing other fun things like spending time with friends or going to the community pool.
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