How to Advocate for Your Children to Succeed by Janeane Davis
Janeane Davis, Superwoman, Former Divatude Challenge Participant, mother of 4, wife of 24 years, and friend wrote the book “How to Advocate for Your Children to Succeed” in order to help parents use their skills and talents to help their children reach their own definitions of success.
Book Synopsis From Amazon:
For the most part, the difference between success and failure is often a matter of the work put in by the child’s parents. Most often, when parents want their children to succeed and work with their children and others success results. The success is a matter of work, not an accident, not a matter of chance. This book is a tool to help parents know the work and steps to take in order to advocate for their children to succeed. These ideas are tried and true. This book is an important resource because when it comes to helping your children to succeed, you do not need to reinvent the wheel. Instead, use the wheels already invented to power your car down the road to the success you want for your children.
How to Advocate for Your Children to Succeed has four main sections:
1. What You Need to Before You Advocate for Your Children
2. How to Advocate for Your Children
3. Use a Teamwork Approach to Advocate for Your Children
4. Things to Read to Help You Advocate for Your Children
At the start of each chapter, is a section called: Key Points to Get from This Section. Key points in bold and italic provide a quick glance at what the important points in each section. For your convenience, you do not have to read this book cover to cover. You may jump to the section that is most important to you at a particular time. No matter which way to use this book, take your time. Check out the key points section at the beginning of each chapter. Read the sections in detail; then take your time working through the material so you can put it into action with confidence and competence. Feel free to take your time working through the sections, improving your advocacy skills as you do.