Arming children with three empowering principles for lifelong confidence & success

by Tameka Chapman


There’s a saying “Do as I say, not as I do.” Contrary to the desired request, children will always do as we say and as we do. Life has taught all of us different lessons in different ways, but it’s definitely shown us all one thing— we must be intentional in what we speak because the words become our actions, our children’s actions, our grandchildren’s actions, and so on. If the ultimate goal is to create a legacy from the imprint we leave in the world, why not make it something amazing?