The Virtue Blog

3 STEPS: How to Turn Dreamers into Doers

My "little-self" would have a good laugh upon reading this post and learning that I actually LOVE diligence.  Being Diligent was never very easy for me as a child. I was a dreamer. Through and through. I wanted to live in Bookville or Toyland. Chore time, homework, meal time, bed time...I re-purposed them all with daydreaming.  Now that I'm grown, and my own kids are almost grown too, I am VERY glad I was given such a vivid imagination. It helped me see mere patches of blue sky, and know the weather was clearing. It also helped me find the valuable resources hidden in odds and ends.  Being a dreamer has brought me joy. My life has been full of adventure, and I'm still anticipating more. I imagine...

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What you can learn from character assessment

The Character Assessment tool is the first step in starting the conversation about character. This handy tool has a ton to teach you about kids and what they are thinking when you take the time to complete it and begin a conversation about virtue.

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Where do I start?

The self-discovery that happens during the process of taking the Character Assessment is just the beginning.

Hopefully, you have taken the time to have meaningful conversations with your kids about your character and theirs, but now it is time to begin the work of training virtues. 

Are you stuck with where to start? Let us know in the comments so we can help you out.

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Helping your kids build good character starts here

 The first step in creating lasting change in the character and hearts of our children is to complete the Character Assessment form with them.

This gives you an opportunity to open a dialogue with your kids about these important heart issues, and it helps both of you to be thoughtful about the character issues that you face.

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