Little Winners – A Positive Mindset and Attitude for your Child
Why are we not teaching our children how to think positively?
Action is always preceded by thought – the fruit of positive thought is positive action. A great EQ is the no. 1 life skill and we dare not not teach kids HOW to make positive thought choices and build happy and successful lives.
- Attitude is not an accident but a learned way of thinking.
- Attitude is the ingredient that determines the amount of happiness a child will or won’t have.
- A positive attitude is the key to a good self image and a belief that life is good.
Scientists have learned that the circuits or brain pathways, while partly influenced by biologically predetermined genetics, are also significantly impacted and developed through the experiences of the senses. When a connection is used repeatedly in early years, it becomes permanent. We need to become aware of our role in all of this – it is up to us to nourish the potential of the future generations. We are all shaping the future – let’s do the best we can!
Who is Little Winners?
When a little old lady pointed her finger at a suicidal mother of three and said – “there’s only one person responsible for whatever you have in your life… what ARE you thinking?!” – something happened. The stranger’s inference was plain – the distraught mother was creating the traumatic circumstances in her life with her own thoughts. Larne’ Neuland took a scrupulous look at her thoughts and discovered they were, without exception, a bunch of negative losers. Determined to probe their actual influence, she designed a simple thinking strategy which categorized thoughts. This helped her form the habit of entertaining thoughts from the positive category only. The radical ‘life change’ that ensued inspired Larne’ to write How to win when Life is Unfair – bestselling self help publication. However the question in her mind ‘how come I learned nothing of my thoughts at school?’ was unwavering. Larne’s research contended that although a child’s mindset was formed within the first ten years yet there was practically zero material available to teach children how to become selective in their thought choices and develop a positive mental attitude. She wrote the groundbreaking Let’s take a Peek at our Thoughts – which provides parents and educators with a tool to explain thoughts and their consequences and is now available in 7 languages and taught in schools world-wide.
“This little book is a gem – every parent and educator should have one.” Suzanne Martin – headmistress of Happy Days – Somerset West SA.
Larne’ has been working on promoting practical thought education for the past eighteen years – it is her driving passion to ensure that children of the future generations learn how to develop a positive attitude and so become little winners!
My life changed so dramatically and immediately the thought hit me… ‘how come I learned nothing about my thoughts at school?’…