It is exhausting dealing with a strong willed kiddo who rarely listens or follows directions.
You’ve tried consequences like time-outs, punishment, positive/gentle parenting, or other parenting classes, but it seems like nothing is working.
You may be thinking:
“Can I really transform my kid's challenging behavior? It's really not too late?”
In this online parenting class you’ll learn how to use the Mastermind Parenting N.I.C.E. Framework to transform any kid’s challenging behavior to become a stronger and more connected family.
We know it’s worrisome and frustrating when your kid is uncooperative sooo much of the time. Randi struggled to parent her own strong willed child and that is the reason Mastermind Parenting exists. She couldn’t find the one-stop-shop resource for her own family and therefore created it. Randi did the research so you don’t have to, with over a decade of learning from cutting-edge neuroscientists, mental health experts, world-class educators, and more. She’s helped hundreds of parents of strong willed kids understand why they are being so dang difficult and what actually works to transform them to come out stronger and more connected as a family.
Because here’s the problem when you’re struggling to parent a strong willed:
When you go straight to consequences, not only are you missing key opportunities to really help kids learn new skills so that they can improve problematic behavior, but you’re also damaging your future relationship.
You have to do a little detective work to fully understand what is going on with your kid, and what’s at the root of the behavior so that you can help them.
It’s about teaching skills rather than controlling their strong will. This is how you’ll create a relationship built on a foundation of love and trust where they’ll see you as a resource to help them through a hard time.
Randi is excited to guide you through this online parenting course for a week! She’s going to use her revolutionary N.I.C.E. Framework to empower you instead of being overpowered by the strong will of your kid.
Here’s what you can expect: You will spend a week learning to set limits the Mastermind Parenting way. Randi will coach a group of parents on all the button-pushing struggles:
- Bedtime Battles
- Sibling Fighting
- Back Talk
- Homework Headaches
- Technology Power Struggles
- And Overall Problematic Behaviors
There is no issue too big or small – bring it all!
Coach Week Live is starting soon!
You can come to live coaching sessions or watch the replays in your own time.
Our Online Parenting Class
Is Happening Live On Zoom
10-11 AM Pacific
12-1 PM Central
1-2 PM Eastern
Day 1: Overview of the N.I.C.E. Framework & Coaching
Day 2: N – Basic Needs Challenge & Coaching
Day 3: I – Investigate Challenging Behavior & Coaching
Day 4: C – Communicate To Teach New Skills & Coaching
Day 5: E – Enforce Consequences & Foster Learning From Mistakes & Coaching
the founder of Mastermind Parenting
A neuroscience-inspired behavior online parenting program that helps parents stay calm during button-pushing moments with their kids so they can support them in becoming the absolute best versions of themselves.
On my journey with my own strong willed kiddo, I discovered something amazing that totally transformed my household, my children, and most importantly, myself.
If you are experiencing any of the issues above, if your home is in chaos, I hope you can take the time to invest in you and your family’s healthy future.
Sign Up For the Transforming Your Strong Willed Child
For your seat at the live coaching experience.
Bring all your questions to the live coaching!
TRANSFORM YOUR KID!
You’ll create a relationship built on a foundation of love and trust where they’ll see you as a resource to help them through any hard time.
10-11 AM Pacific | 12-1 PM Central | 1-2 PM Eastern
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“My daughter used to constantly whine when she was upset and I didn't know how to get her to stop. After getting coaching from Randi, I was able to see that there was a need that wasn't being met and she didn't yet know how to ask for it in a better way. After understanding this and changing my perspective, I was able to help her express herself more effectively.”Shannon A.
“I used to get super angry when my child lied to me and now I understand that he was just lying because he didn't feel safe to tell me the truth. Mind blow!”Allison M.
“After getting coaching about constant crying in the car…I took the advice about the car ride home today and it went WAY better than usual. My daughter said "I love this car ride". We listened to a song they love and did a dance party once we got home. So far so good on re focusing our attention and leading the pack! 🙂”Shawn R.
“Another great day today! My "ah-ha" moment today was during the first coaching session when Randi said clearly many moms aren't narcissistic and don't make things about ourselves. But then when the kids don't behave, we start with blaming ourselves and thinking it must be something we are doing wrong. That's inconsistent...and so we should see it's not our fault. Randi was more eloquent with her words...but hopefully you know what I'm referring to!”Jenn M.
“MMP has helped me personally - that to be the best mom I can be, I need to get to grips with who I am. That perfectionism and fixing are my Achilles heel.”Liz F.
“I've been including my 3 r old with more tasks with the baby and been talking to the baby about how amazing her sister is so the big can hear. I did the assessments and my 3-year-old is a HSP (highly sensitive person), as am I, so I get it. Making these simple changes has resulted in a super sweet, gentle kid that's listening pretty well right now. ...most of the time. 🙃 not gonna lie it's alot of front-end work but I'd rather put the work in on that end that try to put the fire out later.”Allie R.
“It’s making sense why the various advice about what to DO or not to do in tough parenting situations just wasn't fitting for me. I know that more consistency will help all of us, especially since my daughter is starting Kindergarten in the fall and we will all need to be out of the door at a certain time... I feel like I had an aha moment though about my own anxiety about setting limits... it's not helping anyone to avoid that feeling and it's way more about me than my kiddos "difficulty" VERY good to know in many ways. 🙂”Heather L.