Karate School Servicing Leander Texas Teaches Parents and Children the Top 10 Skills Scientifically Proven to Ensure their Daughters Success!

Every parent wants their daughter to grow up to be a strong, independent, vibrant, confident young woman. Every parent wants their daughter to grow up with the skills to be successful at whatever path makes them happy while being secure emotionally, financially as well as physically.

Master Schill from Peak Performance Karate in Leander, Texas discovered this simple but effective truth many years ago and has incorporated the skills development necessary for the students in his Leander academy to succeed far beyond their parent’s imagination.

In addition to learning effective self-defense skills, Master Schill developed his Student Success Program to develop the traits every child needs to succeed. Listed below are the traits identified and taught at Peak Performance Karate in Leander.

Chores: these are essential at developing self-discipline skills necessary to excel as an adult. In addition, it gives them a sense of self-worth and family unity.

Social Skills: Learning very basic social skills that are hardly ever taught anymore will provide them with the ability to communicate their wants, desires, and needs while preserving their respect, honor, integrity, and reputation

Raise Expectations: There is an old saying that goes “Shoot for the Moon and even if you miss you will land amongst the stars”.  One of the biggest challenges we see today is parents and teachers setting low expectations to prevent a student from failing. It is better to try and failed then to try very little or not at all

Strong Parental Relationships: Regardless if the parents are married or divorced, the stronger their relationship is the better their children will fare. We teach parents the Ninja Tips and Tricks to developing strong relationships.

Higher Education:  Education is extremely important. For Master Schill, higher education doesn’t always mean college. It could be a trade school or specific education in a specific field or trade. It is important that the continued learning process be instilled in their DNA. When you stop learning, you start declining.

Math Skills: The stronger the math skills, the stronger the ability for children to think cognitively, solve problems and develop a strategy as a way of thinking.

Developing Relationships with their children: It is really important for parents to develop strong relationships with their children. These strong bonds will outlast any bad friends or relationships they may endure in their lifetime.

Projective Parenting: It is a proven fact that parents that project their fears upon their children will cause their children to be afraid and timid. Parents that project a sense of calm and strength will also project the same attribute in their children during stressful situations.

Teaching True Grit Over Avoiding Failure:  Too many times parents put too much emphasis on avoiding failure instead of teaching children the ability to persevere through tough experiences. Teaching true Grit provides them the intestinal fortitude to face life’s many challenges.

Working Parents: Children that have parents work, especially mothers, provides a great example for young girls the value of women. It provides them an example of what women can accomplish thus improving their overall self-value

These are just a few of the many lessons taught by Master Schill at through their Karate training in Leander. To experience the benefits of training at Peak Performance visit our academy at 500 Brushy Creek Rd. Ste. 504, Cedar Park, Texas 78613. Or call our offices at 512-918-8921 for additional details.

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