Goal Setting for Internet Homeschoolers

Internet homeschooling parent’s most awesome challenge is shaping the day-to-day behaviors of our homeschooled children, helping them to maneuver through a goal-oriented world. The good news is training highschool homeschooled students to complete their goal setting efforts may be easier than previously imagined. By guiding African American homeschooled students through meditating on and repeating motivational and inspirational quotes, they will be better equipped to change their thought patterns, behaviors and in turn, change their lives. As an Internet homeschooling parent, the question should be – do I train up a child in the way they should go? There are a lot of highschool homeschooling parent’s hands in the air, so the answer must be a resounding – YES!

Here’s how it’s done.

If our internet homeschooled children believe something to be easy, like the goal of getting to school on time (never ceases to amaze me how children get up at 10 ’til 8 and brush their teeth, wash their face, change clothes and eat breakfast in less than 10 minutes), they may find a few hurdles in accomplishing it. However, if our highschool homeschooled children imagine something to be difficult to accomplish, like the goal of finishing their math homework before their favorite television show comes on, then their struggle becomes more apparent. In fact, if any internet homeschooled students imagine that it is difficult to change a specific behavior or achieve a goal, then they will always find the hurdles that will justify that belief.

Eliminate the hurdle, no matter what size it is an any high school homeschooler can achieve excellent results in record time.

Matthew 21:21 Yahweh answered and said unto them, Verily I say unto you, If ye have faith, and doubt not, ye shall not only do this which is done to the fig tree, but also if ye shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; it shall be done.

More in part two coming to your screen next week… 🙂

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