Little things matter when raising kids.

One of the largest indicators of success is how you treat the weather.

If you tell your kids “Its bad outside we can’t go out.” when its raining, they tend to let external influences keep them from accomplishing things.

They then grow up and are more likely to blame external causes for not getting what they want.

Instead, you should show your kids how to prepare for the rain and still do what they want to do.

Its the things that you don’t think about that end up making a difference.

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