When your children are excited about something, share their excitement.
Encourage your children to evaluate friends and heroes in terms of their positive or negative influence.
Encourage your child to take a leadership role in your community.
Connect your children with adults who have useful wisdom, such as money management skills or career advice.
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Model the values you want to pass on to your children. For example, do service projects together as a family. Talk about why you do it.
Let your kids know that you recognize and appreciate their talents, capabilities, and discoveries.
Give your kids space and respect their privacy when they need it.