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Sunday Retazo

April 10 · Issue #93 · View online

Hi, I am JOE and I write on "Mindful Productivity & Cerebral Happiness". My weekly newsletter is an endeavour to share life lessons, some thoughts, quotes and links to articles/podcasts/books, I discover over the week. Let's gear up to connect the dots and 'Unlock Human Potential'.

Hey Friends,
Well, keeping in mind the very nature and scope of the subject, this week Retazo is in continuation of the series on the subject. In case you have missed the earlier parts, you can read it here Part -1 & here Part - 2.
Dinner Matters :
The importance of dining together has always been emphasised to improve family bonding. However, there is a right way to have a family dinner. And that is “It’s equally important as to what you talk about matters as much as what you put in your mouth”.
I have realised that all the things, I worry about as a parent can be improved just by sitting down to regular dinners.
It’s not about the dinner, it’s about the people. Use meals to share family history.
The more children knew about their family’s history, they are more likely to develop strong urge to make progress. They will have a better sense of control over their lives, their self-esteem will improve. Children who have the most balance and self-confidence in their lives invariably would have a strong “intergenerational self.” They know their roots well and realign their efforts accordingly.
Research has found that children who enjoy family meals have a larger vocabularies, better manners, healthier diets, and higher self-esteem.
Try the 10-50-1 formula :
10:- Aim for ten minutes of quality talk per meal.
50:- Let your kids speak at least half the time.
1 :- Teach your kids one new word on every meal you have it together.
Few Scientific Evidences :
University of Michigan report that the amount of time children spent eating meals at home was the single biggest predictor of better academic achievement and fewer behavioral problems. Mealtime was more influential than time spent in school, studying, attending religious services, or playing sports.
Many researches shows that children who eat dinner with their families are less likely to drink, smoke, do drugs,commit suicide, and develop eating disorders. Additional
Have a great week ahead 
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❤️ 🧠My Favourite Things of the Week : 🧤🧤
Hey friends, In this section, I share some of the valuable Life Lessons, Thoughts, Quotes and Links to articles/podcasts/books which I discover over the week. Do check them out as well:-
🍀The Dangers of Confidence
🍀Opinion | Globalization Is Over. The Global Culture Wars Have Begun. - The New York Times
✍️ Quote I'hv been thinking about:
“Life is a series of seasons, and what works in one season may not work in the next. What season are you in right now? What habits does that season require?”
⌛️End Note :🍀🍀
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I will meet you next Sunday with another edition of ‘Sunday RETAZO’. Till then “Take good care of yourself”.
Joe Sehrawat
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