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- Do you often encourage other people?
Definitely. In an increasingly competitive world, people have to struggle with a lot of stuffs on a daily basis. They tend to get stressed out more often and even might be unable to keep going. It’s therefore essential to cheer them up and give them strength to reach their goals and lead a fulfilling life.
- Do you think children should be motivated to achieve something?
Totally. It’s crucial for adults to provide youngsters with continuous encouragement and inspiration. Young people tend to lose their patience quickly and easily give up on their dreams. Without others’ motivation and support, it might be hard for them to achieve anything significant in life.
- Who should be responsible for motivating children, parents or teachers?
All of them I think. Children spend a lot of time at schools and teachers might exert tremendous influence on them. Through fascinating lessons and stories, they seem in a better position to inspire the young. Parents should also play an active role in motivating children as they are able to interact with them on a personal level and thus know how to encourage them the most effective way.
- Is it always necessary to set long term goals for children to motivate them?
Well, setting long term objectives are important for everyone, especially young people. Children love having fun and they tend to get distracted easily. If they don’t have a meaningful goal to strive for, they might just fool around or get addicted to video games. However, I strongly believe parents or teachers should only give advice and let their kids figure out what they want to accomplish in the future on their own.
- Is it motivation or pressure on children?
That’s an interesting question. I think it depends on how motivation is done. Warnings, scolding and punishment only put children under unnecessary stress and consequently, they might perform poorly. However, if parents keep praising, pushing their kids properly and sometimes rewarding them for their major progress, I believe they can eventually accomplish anything they set their mind to.