Over the years I’ve done much research into discipline, classroom management, and the education field in general. As such, I know of no other discipline program that is proactive, creates a DESIRE for change, and places total responsibility on the other person—rather than on the teacher or parent.
There are a few underlying, fundamental truths to my approach.
• A person can be controlled, but only temporarily, and no one can control how another person thinks or WANTS to behave.
• Although you can influence people, you cannot change them. People change themselves.
The least effective approach to influence a person is by using coercion.
• Obedience does not create desire.
• Two requirements are necessary for long-term change: (a) … >>>READ MORE >>> →