Heather here. I love this question.
In trainings and podcasts I have done, and especially to close friends when trying to explain just what MathHacked is (not an easy task to do quickly, by the way, as there is so much more to it than a surface view would have you believe), at some point I will invariably jump from talking about math to talking about parenting.
I hear my passion strengthen as I talk of helping parents get to richer relationships with their children, to a place of less stress in these relationships and more joy, to less time spent on controlling or avoiding and more time spent simply enjoying each other’s unique presence and basking in the unparalleled opportunity it is to be together.
So easy to forget how utterly COOL that is when things get crazy, huh?!
I have discovered that I (along with most well-meaning parents out there) have been guilty of giving kids far too little credit, of underestimating them, and of accidentally “getting in their way,” making it more difficult for them to awaken their untapped potential. Boy, have I ever done this!
This is TIME CONSUMING and ENERGY DRAINING, I can tell you!!! But there is a better way; it’s the MathHacked way.
Surprisingly, not only does MathHacked create the best possible foundation for your child’s math career (this aspect is awesome in and of itself) it is a fantastic vehicle for heading toward all those things that give your family life more joy, those things that add LIFE to your life.
How can MathHacked help with such a thing as this, you say? Because without having to…
- understand and assimilate the many philosophies behind the system,
- without having to go through the time and hard work of mining them,
- and testing them,
- and personally changing your mindset to match them,
- without all the trial and error
- and sheer number of MISTAKES and FAILURES that I had to go through
- to get to the knowledge contained within the MathHacked Training System that has drastically improved my life and relationships…
…you can simply watch and mimic these MathHacked paradigms at play, just 15 or so minutes a day with your child, in a simple math setting.
If you do our system as we explain it, you will see and experience how much of a difference a “new way of being” and a “new way of thinking” with your child can make, how much more effective and fun your time together can be, and get a better idea of the increased influence you can have. VISION is created…and along with that, a DESIRE to carry it forward into other areas of education and life.
You know, Vision is a powerful thing.
When you catch and hold Vision, your aim shifts from trying to get through life and trying to survive your kids, to trying to accomplish something specific or even many specific things.
It changes what you think about in the shower and as you fix your hair, from worrying about your kids and fearing you’re not “enough” as a mother [NEWS FLASH: You are.]…to Envisioning and Dreaming and taking care to reframe your thoughts to more useful ones.
Additionally, MathHacked offers you a very comfortable setting to try these paradigms on for size with your child. It provides you with a non-threatening opportunity to tweak your parenting and to adopt ways and ideas found within the training that will ultimately lead your child to take the reins of his or her own education and life, and for you and your child to enjoy the “tightest” of relationships with each other.
Tight relationships unlock learning potential and free inner genius. Tight relationships hold the finest of joys this life has to offer.
“To be happy at home is the result of all ambition, the end to which every enterprise and labor tends, and of which every desire prompts the prosecution.” ~Samuel Johnson
Yep, that’s it. You got it, Samuel. It’s pretty intense but it’s true: our endgame goals with MathHacked go well beyond math. #relationshipispower