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Monday, November 15, 2010

Charismatic Kid: A Review

Over the last few weeks, I've had the opportunity to read Anthony Recenello's e-book, titled Charismatic Kid: A New Breed of Superhero.  If you've had the chance to watch one of Anthony's vlogs, you know he is about as charismatic as they get. His videos are full of energy, ideas, and inspiration.  I definitely enjoy them.

Onto the book:


Charismatic Kid is divided into 5 sections.

Leadership
-Learn how to become your child's leader.
-Focus on ignoring bad behavior, while rewarding good behavior.
Inner confidence 
-Learn how to wipe away insecurities.
-Tame the ego.
Outer confidence
-Communication tactics.
Creative activities and games
-Improv games that foster creativity.
-Games designed to help parents as well.
Examples and situations. 
-Real life examples with real life solutions.

Each section is divided into subsections that go into detail using hands-on methods for teaching your child to be charismatic.

Every parent wants to have a happy child. We want them to be confident and witty in their conversations, while also being creative, as well as problem solvers. Anthony's book teaches how to, not only model these behaviors for our children, but how to instill these qualities into them.

He includes activities, most of them being fun improv games, that are aimed to help children become obedient, friend magnets, and less prone to being bullied.

This book is not a waste of time. It's not one of those books that sounds good, but in reality, contains a bunch of fluff.  He provides activities that he has tested over and over again. What he says makes sense and I can't wait to put his ideas into action.

Ready to read Charismatic Kid for yourself? Click HERE to download for only $12.
If you want to follow a really funny and witty guy on Twitter, follow Anthony @CharismaticKid.

1 comment:

  1. What a great idea! Those characteristics are so wonderful to instill in our children and it's great to see a book that can help parents develop that in their children.

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