Today’s read from inc.com, below you’ll find a small part of the article, plus a link so you can read the rest.
Someday, my daughter is going to kill me for this one, but it’s a story that will vindicate parents everywhere.
Researchers in the United Kingdom say parents’ super-high expectations for their teenage daughters–especially if they remind them constantly of those expectations–are among the most important factors in predicting whether young girls will grow up to become successful women.
As a university press release put it: “Behind every successful woman is a nagging mom? Teenage girls more likely to succeed if they have pushy mothers.”
Nag more, fail less.
The researchers at the University of Essex found that girls whose “main parent”–that’s usually the mother–consistently displayed high parental expectations were far less likely to fall into the traps that made the girls less likely to succeed in life.
Make sure you check out the full article here, the credit of this article goes to Bill Murphy Jr. Executive editor of operations inc.com