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Okay, you’ve tried one or more Multi Level Marketing companies out there that promise the best product or products, the best compensation plan, etc. Their company is one of the top producers in the MLM industry. They’ve got no debt with strong balance sheets. They promise you can make a fortune by following their plan. They tell you to get out your phonebook and call everyone you know. What do you do when there’s no one else to call?

This is not a pitch to join another MLM company in particular. Don’t worry, the choice is always yours. question is why it didn’t work for you? Maybe you’re looking for something or someone that will lead you out of the hole you dug yourself. Well here’s my opinion, most MLM companies can make you a fortune if you know how. The idea is to enroll as many people as you can.

Most people don’t like the idea of getting out their phonebook to call everyone they know. How about getting the nerve to call everyone you know, how successful do you think you’d be getting them to sign under you? You might be able to snag a few (like Mom & Dad), because they can’t say no to you because they want you to succeed. Well guess what, you need more than 2 people to succeed! As for everyone else, they’re out their changing their number just so you don’t call them anymore! HaHaHa!

The days of sponsoring folks you know are over. Everybody knows about some company that will make you a ton of money. So when you ask them to join yours, the expected reaction is to avoid the problem and run far away!

You see the theory of Multi Level Marketing is, you sponsor 2 people, and they each sponsor 2 individuals, and so on and so on. You can see the CAPABILITY for progression is massive. So how can you get this type of growth without using your warm list? The answer to the million dollar question is… Place yourself to be leader and an authority in your field! You’re perhaps saying to yourself right now, “this guy must be nuts. That’s easier said than done”. Well let me clarify.

I’m sure everyone knows somebody that’s more successful than them. I also know that most individuals want to stay close to these individuals because of their status. Hmm, status? Status in this situation would mean they are looked up to as leaders at anything it is they do. Since the beginning of time, because every living creature on this globe needs a chief to look up to as the most dominant of the flock. Only one could be the leader of the tribe or village, or group. Only one President, one Prime Minister, one King, you get the point.

What do these people have that the majority doesn’t? Nothing! We all have the same gift as some of the most dominant people in the world. The majority of individuals choose the path of least resistance, they want to be led. Some of the greatest leaders in the world emerged from nothing. What did they know?

Robert Kiyosaki, the author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad”, learned at an young age how to develop into the leader and expert he is today. He teaches that everything we know as “Poor” individuals is the contrary of “Rich” people. For example, the poor person teaches their kids, you need to get good grades, go to the best schools so you can go to work at the best companies. The rich individual teaches their kids, to work hard to own the best companies. Well I’m not going to ask you to work harder, just smarter.

Donald Trump was born wealthy. That doesn’t make him any different than Robert. Both learned early to become the leaders they are today. Now with that know-how, they both give seminars on how to turn out to be as successful as they are. They charge thousands of dollars just to talk for an hour or two. Individuals congregate to them. individuals are sticking their hands down deep into their pockets just to learn a FEW secrets. Now that’s strength!

Similar to them, I teach skills that will position you as a leader. We all have this elementary skill. All it takes is for someone to unlock it for you. You can go to one of their costly seminars for an hour, or you can visit me at so you can start right away to unlock the secrets for FREE, that those guys are charging thousands for. The choice is yours.

To become a leader in Multi Level Marketing companies, takes some basic skills that you can learn without giving up your first born. To get more information to learn these essential skills, please visit this site based on the principle of Attraction Marketing. I promise you it will be the last time you join a company without support behind you.

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So what is this one asset that all of us already have at our disposal?

No, it’s not your double degree, MBA or PhD. from the best universities. And no, it’s not the inheritance the ‘lucky’ get from rich dad, rich uncle or rich grandma to kick-start their business.

No, this asset is so powerful that it will not just give you a 4% return like the bank or even a 20% return which you would expect from the stock market.

This asset has the potential to give you infinite returns. In fact, it can, if passionately developed, give you a 1000% return on your time investment.

This asset is your mind, also known as your intellectual asset!

When you invest time and money to expand your knowledge and skills, especially your financial education, it will return you millions of dollars in income streams for the rest of your life!

You see, when you decide to spend your cash on a possession like a brand new car, you only get to use that vehicle for 10-15 years and when the car gets too old, what do you do?

You scrap the thing. In the end you have nothing to show for all the money you poured into buying that latest model Ford.

But when you invest in yourself, in your mind and in your education, it’s an entirely different story. The moment you invest your time and money to learn new things, you will never lose it!

Because the moment you learn something, you can use and apply it again and again and again and you need never have to pay to use that knowledge ever again.

That knowledge will stay with you forever unlike your brand new car. So which one sounds like a better investment?

In the past, the majority of a company’s assets were made up of physical stuff like machinery, plant, equipment and land.

You would value a company by adding up the book value of all its fixed assets. Today, over 90% of a company’s value is in its intellectual assets! Look at Google, Microsoft, Nike, Berkshire Hathaway or Ebay.

They are worth billions of dollars and generate hundreds of millions of dollars a year and yet they hardly own much physical assets.

If you were to add up the total value of their factories, bank account, inventories and office equipment, it would make up less than 5% of what the company is worth.

In fact, Nike doesn’t even own many factories. The wealth of these companies lie in the ideas of the people working there.

The same thing goes for you! Over 90% of your wealth is not what you have in your wallet or in the bank, it is the ideas that you have in your head!

In the information age of today, one great idea can be worth a billion dollars. That was how a kid in blue jeans with no money, working out of his adopted parent’s garage could become a multi-millionaire at age 25 (Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple Computers).

So, whatever your passion and purpose, start activating your greatest asset and learn precisely how to create, control, multiply and manage your wealth.

Adam Khoo is an entrepreneur, best-selling author and a self-made millionaire by the age of 26. Discover his million dollar secrets and claim your FREE audio CD program ‘7 Steps To Financial Freedom’ here.

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For all the video game consoles installed in American living rooms, nothing can replace a Dad and his boy in the front yard playing catch and no electronic beep carries the richness of a well-thrown ball smacking the leather of a catcher’s mitt.

Although psychologists wisely counsel that it is best to allow children to develop their own interests, there is nothing wrong with giving your son baseball-related gifts to introduce him to the sport and to kindle his interest. Most children realize quickly when an activity is important to their parents and will at least make an effort to become involved in it as well. (But remember — and this may hurt you to think about — if your son really does not develop a love of the game, don’t ruin it for the both of you by forcing it. Accept it and find something else the two of you can share.)

Some affordable baseball-related gifts that will appeal to your child include:

1. Baseball-themed clothing. Ball caps are a wardrobe standard with kids these days and are easily found at sporting goods stores. Get your boy a cap with the logo of your favorite team and use it as a pretext to start teaching him the logos of all the teams in the league and the names of their mascots. Make it a game. (T-shirts can serve the same purpose and if he gets really enthused, you can get him the whole uniform in his size.)

2. Collectibles. These items can include a pack of a baseball bats ,cards showing the players of a favored team, miniature baseball helmets, or the fun and popular bobble-head dolls of major baseball celebrities. These kinds of gifts are good because they can be stretched out over several birthdays and Christmases, building a complete collection for the child and creating the anticipation of receiving the next piece.

3. Memorabilia. Actual sports memorabilia is best reserved for older children who have already developed a keen interest in the game and an appreciation for its history. Many vintage baseball cards and signed game balls are quite expensive and require appropriate care. For the real enthusiast, however, they will become treasured personal items for years to come.

4. Tickets. Actually taking your son and perhaps one of his friends to a game creates an opportunity for a fun outing with “the guys.” The boys will enjoy the spectacle, watching the players and the crowd, and getting to eat food Mom wouldn’t let them have if she knew about it. (It’s also a great venue to start explaining the rules of the game in a relaxed, fun atmosphere.)

5. Baseball camp. Like memorabilia, this is a gift best reserved for a slightly older child with a well-developed interest in the game. These camps may be held locally and simply involve a number of hours during the day at a sports center or they may be “away” camps requiring the child to stay a number of days. Judge what your boy can best handle psychologically and don’t put him in a setting so far above his skills that he’ll feel unhappy and uncomfortable.

6. Equipment. In the final analysis, the best way to help a child cultivate an interest in baseball is to give him the tools of the trade. Start with the classics – Softball Bats, balls, and gloves. Yes, he’ll play with his friends, but you also want to be the one out there in the yard helping him develop his swing and his fast ball. There is no substitute for real play in learning to love a sport. (And remember, patience when he knocks that first ball through the kitchen window.)

Baseball is much more than a bat and ball sport pitting two teams of nine players against one another. In the American version, at least, it’s been around since 1838, and forms a vital element of the national fabric. When you hear the phrase “as American as baseball and apple pie,” it’s not an exaggeration. By choosing the right baseball gifts for your son, you can introduce him to this tradition, share it with him, and build great memories for you both to cherish. is a premium website selling Slowpitch Softball Bats, Fastpitch Softball Bats, wood baseball bats, gloves, apparels and accessories. Find products from top brands including Easton, Miken, Nike, Louisville, DeMarini and others.

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Why Kids Must Cheat in School

When G.W. Bush signed the No Child Left Behind law on January 8, 2002,

he set the standard for test scores deciding the future for schools and students.

Produce good test numbers or no government money. Deliver or perish was the message from Washington, D.C.

Superintendents of school met with Principals, who held Town Halls with their Teachers, who gave an earful to students each-and-every-day. If you do not at least pass, and at most, ace these government sponsored exams – you aint graduating high school, going to college, or ever have a life in these United States.

Teachers motivate their students by using threats of failure. Stress and anxiety is the

direct cause for massive cheating on exams, home work, and reports. Students want

to get into name (prestigious) universities, not community colleges, in order to

get hired by Fortune 500 companies for Big Bucks. It’s all about Dinero, right?

How Much Cheating

On 8.11.09 the American Psychological Association held their annual meeting at

Toronto, Canada. Professor Eric Anderman, Ohio State University delivered his paper on school cheating in the U.S.

“Cheating among students is widespread and growing. Eighty (80%) percent of high achievers in high school, in our national study, accepted cheating as SOP (standard operating procedure). Stress and anxiety is the primary cause.”

Seventy-five percent of college students in another national survey agreed cheating was as American as Apple Pie. Most found it the cool thing to do. It saved study time, produced higher grades, and opened the door to a better career.

Over 50% of high school graduates do not attend college based on disinterest, poor

educational skills, and financial challenges. The high school dropout rate is about

30%; minority kids make up 75% of dropouts.  It is a tough societal game.

Who is Willie Sutton

The Hall of Fame American bank robber was Willie Sutton. Born in Greenpoint,

Brooklyn in 1901, he successful defeated over 100 U.S. bank security systems.


The Federal government estimates he earned million dollars in his career,

and spent half his adult life behind bars.

Mr. Sutton died November 2, 1980, age 79, of old age, a legend in his own

time. Willie never injured anyone during his thirty-year exploits, and was considered a Robin Hood by the Depression public.

Willie S always went to work with a pistol and a Thompson submachine gun, neither of which were loaded.

The wits said, “Willie Sutton stole from the rich, (not the poor like the bankers) and quietly kept it for his old age.” On March 20, 1960, he achieved MVP status by being listed on America’s Most Wanted by the FBI.

Why Did He Rob Banks

“It is a cliché and urban myth that Willie answered – “because that is where they keep the money!” He said that response was too self-evident, and corny.

“Because I enjoyed it. I loved it. I was more alive when I was inside a bank, robbing it, than any other time of my life. It was like a Chinese meal, about a week later, I

felt the need to repeat the experience. It was never the Big Bucks; the money was just chips in poker game.”

Listen to this: Willie said there was three (3) reasons he enjoyed his occupation.

a)      Autonomy – I was self-employed, and controlled my own destiny.

b)      Mastery – each success proved I was an expert, and had mastered my trade. I had 10,000 hours of experience in my profession, and could

pass on my knowledge base to interested initiates.

c)      Purpose – my field of endeavor permitted me to create my own working

conditions, hours, and executive compensation. What I accomplished was

He was once asked by a reporter from Time Magazine, “Why not an ordinary job?”

“When you go to work at Time, is there excitement that stirs your blood, and makes

you feel alive and kicking? When I went to work my senses were on overdrive, and

drove me like a Caddy at 110 mph. One other thing made it all worthwhile, I out-earned those high school and college graduates, and all those professionals.

You may have forgotten, I finished school at 8th grade.”

In his last years Willie Sutton was a consultant to banks on preventing robberies.

Many of them were on his list of 100 missions. He did a famous tv commercial for

American Express. “I won’t leave home without it.” He needed proof he was really

the infamous arch villain – Willie Suttton.

He is buried in the family plot in Brooklyn, N.Y. He coined a byline (motto) he used

in public – “Go where the money is, and go there often.” Not too dumb advice for entrepreneurs.


When I asked my two-sons about the cheating in school, they looked at me like I had

two-heads. “Everyone cheats at school, Dad. It is the cool thing to do.”

Let that roll around your neocortex for a while. Are we being judgmental? Sure.

Perhaps it explains the Wall Street fiasco, the Sub-Par Mortgages, and nice guy,

Bernie Madoff – who blamed the investors for giving him their Billion. The

only problem is learning the role of victim after being Robin Hood so long.

Consider the three standards of motivation: We remember it as AMP – like the electricity.

a)      Autonomy – self-governing – being your own boss.

b)      Mastery – turning yourself into an expert.

c)      Purpose – doing something greater and beyond yourself with your life.


Are you exclusively motivated by money and bonuses? How about Autonomy –

Mastery – and Purpose in life? Do you remember anything from the scores of

tests you have taken in your lifetime?

Cheating is not the way, but neither is test-taking.

Would it improve your competitive standing at school and your career to read

three (3) text books, articles and reports, in the time your peers can hardly finish

one? How about doubling your long-term memory? Ask us how – now.

copyright © 2009

H. Bernard Wechsler


Author of Speed Reading For Professionals, published by Barron’s.
Business partner of Evelyn Wood, creator of speed reading,
graduating 2 million, including the White House staffs of four
U.S. Presidents.

Interviewed by Wall Street Journal and Fortune Magazine.

Article from Finding the Rich Woman in You – Clips from the two hour PBS Special with Rich Dad co-founder, Kim Kiyosaki and retirement investment advisor, Kim Snider, providing viewers with the opportunity to get independent financial advice. Aired on PBS stations nationwide. A television event about cash flow investing, financial security and how to make your money work hard for you rather than you working hard for your money. Full program featured a guest appearance by Kim’s husband, Robert Kiyosaki. Total run time of clip is 6 Topics covered: Is there a right way to invest? (0:00) Everyone is looking for *the* right way to invest. Kim Snider and Rich Woman author, Kim Kiyosaki, discuss the idea that there is no one right way to invest, whether for retirement investment income or otherwise. There is the right way for you. Kim Kiyosaki and Kim Snider are both cash flow investors but Kiyosaki does it with real estate investing whereas Snider does it by harnessing the power of option premiums from the sale of options on common stock. Both are successful using their own variation of the same cash flow philosophy. The key is to find something that makes sense to you, then find someone who is achieving the results you want and learn from them. Why don’t we teach basic principles of financial literacy to our kids? (1:07) Kim Snider and Kim Kiyosaki discuss basic financial education and the impact it would have if we taught basic financial principles like compounding
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Video Rating: 0 / 5 Robert Toru Kiyosaki (born April 8, 1947) is an investor, businessman, self-help author, motivational speaker and inventor. Kiyosaki is best known for his Rich Dad, Poor Dad series of motivational books and other material. He has written 15 books which have combined sales of over 26 million copies. Although beginning as a self-publisher, he was subsequently published by Warner Books, a division of Hachette Book Group USA, currently his new books appear under the Rich Dad Press imprint. Three of his books, Rich Dad Poor Dad, Rich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant, and Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing, have been on the top 10 best-seller lists simultaneously on The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and the New York Times. The book Rich Kid Smart Kid was published in 2001, with the intent to help parents teach their children financial concepts. He has created three “Cashflow” board and software games for adults and children and has a series of “Rich Dad” audio cassettes and disks. He also publishes a monthly newsletter.


Ben Zoma Says: “Who Is Rich?” (A Jew of Faith Explores The Nature of Happiness in His Life)

A Series by Alan D. Busch

Living with Parkinson’s Disease is like taking a ride on a pendulum but with two caveats: first, once you’re on you can’t get off unless you fall off and secondly, while one pendulous swing takes you back to your familiar past the other brings you closer to an uncertain future that begins to look more like today with each morning’s sunrise.

A progressively worsening disease over time, I admit how wrong I was years ago shortly after my doctor diagnosed my Parkinson’s to persist in the folly of denial, trying to fool myself and others that mine was a mild case and would eventually “max out” upon reaching a certain plateau and progress no further.

Well, it never happened and won’t.

The simple truth of the matter is it’s all uphill from here on and at an ever increasing angle of incline. In everyday terms, I feel good less often more frequently.

Now don’t get me wrong. I do have good days when I feel like a “million bucks”. I am neither adopting the “chicken little” approach nor any longer deluding myself that Parkinson’s will not continue to play an important role in my life.

I seek nobody’s pity, but I do want folks to pay attention to my message: there is no weapon more formidable in our psycho-spiritual arsenal than the alliance between old fashioned stubbornness and the power of prayer and devotion. 

On the other hand, the “Parkinsonian” challenges I face every day have strengthened my resolve to live my life as best I can. I learned this approach from my late son Ben Z’L and his grandfather, my dad, Dr. Albert I. Busch, ZT’L both of whom doggedly fought off disease and disability.

As with diabetes management, given proper maintenance and lifestyle, Parkinson’s needn’t prevent me from leading a relatively full life, but I ask readers to remember that the key to living well with Parkinson’s Disease, as with other afflictions, is to live life purposefully.

The fact my body is not functioning properly as it did for so long is, indeed, lamentable, but that fact is never sufficient reason to throw in the towel.

Adopting a vacuous approach, the absence of belief and trust in G-d and the power of prayer or a simple negative approach of feeling sorry for myself would only hasten my demise, leaving me without the support of community, alone and lonely.

Did you ever have a lemonade stand when you were a kid? Do you remember what the old expression advises if you’re ever handed lemons?

Well, what are you waiting for? Get out there and set an example, become an inspiration to others, be able to say at the end of day: “I’ve changed a lot of lives for the better.”

Physical strength is as fleeting as youth itself, especially if unwedded to “the spirituality of purposefulness”. It simply is not enough to lift weights; a better use of your time would be to show folks who need help how to lift the weight of their affliction from their shoulders.

First though, I think it important to understand what we’re dealing with here, of how it feels to pendulate from one extreme to the other while navigating the sometimes perilous waters of Parkinson’s Disease.

Follow these instructions. And yes, you may and should try this at home. Okay, are you ready?

Step 1: Place an empty shoe box on the table in front of you. (If you haven’t a shoe box, any box of similar size will do.) Position it on the table within arms’ reach so that you’ll be able to pick it up when I instruct you to do so.

Step 2: Place your hands in your pockets and do not remove them until I tell you, okay? Now, ready for the third step?

Step 3: Pick up the box. Uh uh, no, no, put your hands back in your pockets. Okay, try it again. Pick up the box.

Step 4: I see you’re having some difficulty. Once again. On the count of three

…1, 2, 3 pick up the box.

Step 5: Are you alright? That wasn’t too bad, was it? Oh, you can remove your hands from your pockets.

You now have a “hands on” slightly hyperbolized understanding of what PD often feels like to me. Equally important is the awareness that symptomology varies among different PD sufferers. On the other hand, we do have some overlapping of disabilities and medications, but far more interesting is Parkinson’s sufferers tend to look alike when our medication levels are low.

It’s the funniest thing. I’ve two friends who have Parkinson’s who bear no resemblance to me whatsoever. Yet there are times when we do look alike.

We shuffle instead of walk, our speech is slurred and we’re unable to raise the volume of our voices. Our posture is stiff and our faces are frozen as if to say: “Please don’t look at me when I’m like this.”

Waiting for medications to kick in can be frustrating. The waiting at times seems interminable. I view it differently by remembering how grateful I’ll feel when my gait normalizes and my hands work again along with many other benefits.

You see? Good things do come to those who wait.

G-d grants each of us a finite number of days and a gift box of our unique strengths, weaknesses, talents, deficiencies and last but not least … free will.

What we do with the contents of our gift boxes is another matter but, as you probably are aware, so much depends upon how each of us uses his free will.

Remember that the next time life makes you grumpy. Take a look at the next fellow’s situation. Now reevaluate your own and repeat after me: “Azayhu ashir?” (Who is rich?) “Hasameach b’chelko.” (He who is happy with his lot.)*

*Chapter 4, Pirkei Avos, (Ethics of Our Fathers)

Alan D. Busch










Alan D. Busch is an independent writer in Skokie, Illinois, married to Kallah and the father of Benjamin, Z’L, Kimberly and Zac. He is currently working on the completion of his second book, a memoir about his late father and enjoys the good fortune of being published in a variety of media in both prose and poetry. His writing is centered upon though not limited to Jewish themes. Reach Alan at Please ‘google’ his name for more details or contact him on Facebook. He is the author of Snapshots In Memory of Ben, Water Forest Press, 2007, a contributing author to Everyone’s Got A Story, edited by Ruchama King Feuerman and a community member contributing writer for the Chicago Tribune’s for Skokie, IL. 

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Radio Control toys will definitely give hours and hours of joy to your kids when they have fun with their new Radio/Remote Controlled Toy. There are several models of Remote Control toys that you can select, from for instance Remote controlled cars, RC BB Tanks, Radio controlled Helicopters, Remote Control Trainers Planes, Radio/Remote Controlled Boats, RC off-road Monster Trucks and so forth. Radio/Remote Controlled toys employ a dedicated TX short for transmitter to be able to enable the user to control the Radio/Remote Controlled vehicle from a secure operating range. The TX short for transmitter transmits r / c signals to a receiver which is inside the body of the RC car.

Radio Control toys are manipulated by the hand-held TX short for transmitter. Radio/Remote Controlled Toys are operated with the help of remote signals. The signals are generally directed via the hand-held device to the actual receiver inside the RC car or truck which will catch the signals and perform as required.

Radio Control toys are a huge success with adults and kids. There is generally a misconception that RC vehicles, Radio controlled Airplanes , Remote Control Boats, Remote Controlled battle tanks, Remote control Helicopters and R/C toys frequently tend to be overpriced and is actually best suited for the wealthy and was generally known as a rich-man’s hobby. This may have been correct a few years back but today you can really buy a R/C Car or truck and it’ll not cost you the earth. In these days RC toys are getting to be extremely well-known among the the children as well as adults. R/C Toys are known as Big boy toys for this very reason. Just as referred to previously Remote Control Toys are remarkably well-liked among boys and girls this is the ideal period for the moms and dads to have interaction along with your little ones with their most liked RC Toy.

Radio/Remote Controlled Toys usually give excellent entertainment that kids and grown ups must be experienced with each other as a family. R/C toys are a great Birthday present for any person who loves cool gadgets and Remote Control toys offer enjoyment for the total household. Radio Control Toys models are great for hobbyists, collectors. You will discover Radio/Remote Controlled tanks as well that blast BB pellets. R/C tanks are labeled airsoft tanks. Radio Controlled tanks are electric or nitro fuel powered and come completely assembled and are ready to run.

It truly is excellent to control a RC car or truck. Racing together with other boys and girls is so good and thrilling.

Even in the olden days traditional toys have often performed a special factor within the lifestyles of kids. Together with the trend of RC Toys gaining momentum, this specific relaxation has now extended to the grown-up masses also .

I love playing with RC Toys and gadgets and this has been my personal mania for a long period. I sincerely expect this write-up has been of help to you.

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Some children have the ability to suck the energy right out of family life. These children are demanding of your time, need a lot of correction, and seem to be magnets for conflict. They’re often emotionally explosive but almost always drain energy out of parents and other family members. Unfortunately then, these children develop a negative view of themselves based on the high amount of negative feedback they receive.

One solution is to teach them to add energy back into family life. The term “honor” describes the process of thinking of others above yourself. Honor is important in a family. God commands honor to be practiced at home. Ephesians 6:2-3 says, ” ‘Honor your father and mother’—which is the first commandment with a promise— ‘that it may go well with you and that you may enjoy long life on the earth.’ ” Those verses teach that honor learned at home has ramifications for life. In fact, we would say that God has hidden within honor the secret ingredients people need to be successful.

Honor has rich meaning for parents and children. It can give direction in many of the frustrating moments you experience. In fact, every form of selfishness has an honor-based solution.

Honor means to treat people as special, do more than what’s expected, and have a good attitude. Feel free to use this definition or make up your own. The point is that honor changes the way that parents relate to their children, the way children relate to each other, and the way children relate to their parents. Obedience gets the job done, but honor addresses the way people relate in that process.

If Jack gets people riled up each afternoon before dinner, set an appointment with him at 4:00 pm for several days in a row and ask him to look for three things he can do to add to family life. He may decorate the dinner table, encourage his brother, or prepare something nice for Dad’s arrival home.

If Jack continually antagonizes his sister, you might tell him that he needs to think of three honoring things to do for her before he’s free to play. Remember, don’t tell him exactly what he needs to do. If you decide what Jack needs to do and tell him to do it, that’s obedience. When Jack chooses, that’s honor. Honor treats people as special and does more than what’s expected. Jack needs to learn how to add energy to family life instead of taking it away.

Honor requires initiative by adding something extra or doing something that needs to be done. Many children wait for others to tell them to do something. Furthermore, it’s hard to teach kids to take initiative because the very act of telling them seems to take the initiative away. That’s why you may require your child to do something but not tell him what to do. You want to help him to start seeing a need or solving a problem for himself.

Honor also contains the idea of doing more than what’s expected. That means seeing what needs to be done and doing it, and solving problems instead of leaving them for others. One family had a sign in their kitchen that read:

If it’s broken, fix it.

If it’s empty, fill it up.

If it’s open, shut it.

If it’s out, put it away.

If it’s messy, clean it up.

If you can’t, then report it.

That’s honor.

Honor means that everyone contributes to family life. In fact, you may ask a child to go around the house and look for one job that needs to be done and do it, and then report back to you.

These kinds of discussions and exercises will help children think outside of their little box and discover that they have a responsibility to the family. They can contribute to family life by just seeing something that needs to be done and doing it.

People tend to take for granted those they’re closest to. It was Jesus who said, “Only in their own towns, among their relatives and in their own homes is a prophet without honor.” (Mark 6:4) The family can be a place where people take each other for granted. Learning honor is just the solution kids need. Hidden within honor are the secret ingredients that make people more productive in relationships.

You’re already honoring your kids in a number of ways although you might not be using the term. Now you might say to your daughter, “I went shopping today and I bought your favorite ice cream. I just wanted to honor you.” Then later you can use the same word to describe how you’d like your daughter to treat you with a better attitude when you give her an instruction.

One way parents can teach children honor is to include it in the instruction process. You might say to your child, “I’d like you to obey me by setting the table, then I want you to think of something extra to do to surprise me. That’s showing honor. You choose; it’s up to you. Report to me when you’re done and I’ll check your work.”

You can use the concept of honor in correction or when things are going well. You can use it when you teach your children about money, time, and other resources and you can teach it when conflict comes around. One way to teach honor is on special occasions when someone wins a contest or earns a certificate. You may show honor by giving that person a fancy place at the table or by decorating his or her bedroom door.

Honor is fun. It’s like oil in a machine. It gets work done with less friction and less heat. Every family needs honor. It’s great when things are going well and essential when family relationships are strained. Work on it whether your kids are preschoolers or teens. It’ll change the way your family relates.


Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller, RN, BSN are the co-founders of the National Center for Biblical Parenting and Biblical Parenting University. You can learn more about them at or They have written several books on parenting and have three video training programs for parent development. They teach parenting seminars most weekends in the year and have over 80 trained presenters around the country to also teach parenting seminars on their behalf.


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