Use Business Strategies to Be a Better Parent – Lifehacker

I used to have offices with doors, access to supply closets, and regular breaks to drink pots of free coffee. With the whole week laid out, you can see where to cut back on optional activities, that Friday might be a good “pajama day” after a hectic Thursday, or when to have a laundry-folding marathon if you are stuck at home waiting for the cable guy. Eye contact, engaged posture, and asking open-ended questions are important parts of what Sullivan calls “executive presence.” The next time your kid is reticent to share his day, slip into “executive presence mode” and see if you can get them to open up.

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