Before I begin this week’s topic, I want to remind everyone that even though our kids may be nearing adulthood, we still have to protect them online. It’s not just youthful indiscretions and mistakes that need our guidance, it’s the relationships they build and who they choose to associate with, sight unseen, through the computer. Take the time to ask who they’re chatting with – to be involved in the conversations – and to set some serious guidelines and groundrules around their online use. We can’t protect them forever, but we can try. Having said that, please know that every one of these suggestions is an opportunity for you to consider to explore and to try – IF you feel it fits into those guidelines that you set and that are there to protect your child and your family. I don’t recommend anything that might not fit in with your standards of safe online behavior. You can see my blogs from 12/3 and 12/4 for some basic safety standards of online behavior to help you get started with determining your own home’s rules and regulations.
Tune in all week to learn my ten top tips to help your own kids build a brand online and begin their future. If they’re old enough, you can also invite them to take my You Unstuck course with you – it starts on February 16th, and it’s a great investment to figure out what comes next in life – whether you’re eighteen or sixty-eight. There’s never a better time to start living your best life and building your career dreams. Register for my You Unstuck Course at http://libbygill.com/coaching-courses.
To your amazing life, Libby Gill, Branding Expert, Bestselling Author, and Executive Coach http://libbygill.com/coaching-courses