Richard L. Hudson, BeliefBanker, has launched a podcast series to help parents pass powerful beliefs on to their children. The BeliefAbility Parenting Podcast is not like the typical parenting fare.
As an international executive coach, Hudson has spent more than two decades showing CEOs and Managing Directors of multinational companies in 14 countries on 4 continents how to develop powerful beliefs for business and personal success.
Hudson explained his interest in parenting this way, “Most of the issues my coaching clients faced were linked to beliefs they developed during childhood. I could help my clients, and so I wondered if I could help kids develop great beliefs while they were still young.”
“Since parents have a primary role in teaching beliefs, I interviewed lots of them. Most had no idea how to pass their most important beliefs on to their children. But, it wasn’t their fault. No one taught them how. So now I teach parents how to build powerful, positive beliefs for themselves and how to pass them on to their children.”
Hudson says BeliefAbility is all about understanding beliefs, how they work, and their effects on our lives. For parents especially this is important and that’s why he began The BeliefAbility Parenting podcast. Hudson explains that the podcasts are short and designed for busy parents.
A feature of each podcast is a “Belief of the Week” – a peek at the improbable, uncommon, and amazing beliefs held by people and how they apply to each of us. For example, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis once said, “If you bungle raising your children, I don’t think whatever else you do well matters very much.”
You can find The BeliefAbility Parenting Podcasts on ParentingBeliefs.com or at iTunes.