Tag Archives: Stuart Diamond

Trading Intangibles: The Parenting Strategy We’ve Been Waiting For

When my daughter Annie was 8½, she began noticing people’s earrings.  “Mama, did you know so many people had earrings?  I like the dangling kind best,” Annie informed me.  Not long after she made the tentative comment, “Maybe some day … Continue reading

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Teaching Kids to Advocate for Themselves – And 5 Ways to Help Little Kids Learn This Skill

Recently my husband Todd, and Daniel, our fifth grader, walked in the door on a particularly gray and blustery afternoon, their grim faces matching the outdoor weather.  “What’s wrong?”  I wanted to know.  “Daniel’s teacher put him next to Jonah … Continue reading

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Negotiating with Kids

My sister’s favorite class at business school was a negotiation course taught by a guy named Stuart Diamond.  She said one of the lessons she gleaned from his class was never to give up on a negotiation.  There’s always a … Continue reading

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