Instilling Leadership in Kids With Help From Mother Nature Guest Post for Tales of A Mountain Mama

Placing a focus on instilling in our kids the positive pillars that mark a great leader, is a just and noble endeavor we, as parents embark upon each and every day. These lessons can be taught any where, any time and what better classroom is there than the one Mother Nature built from the ground up with her own two loving hands.

The Four Pillars of Leadership consist of Integrity, Respect, Determination and Confidence and our dear Mother Nature has got them all in spades. With a little observation, stillness and connection we can seek to show our children just how perfect they truly are.

Integrity

Mother Nature is nothing, if not integrous. She is consistent and honest, although at times seemingly harsh, simply doing what needs to be done to maintain balance. She reflects her mirror of integrity back to us as we watch her conduct her symphony.

toddler resting

Integrity is deeply rooted in our every fiber, its core planted in the silence of our soul. It is connected to every word we speak, every action we take. Sitting with your babe by a stream, marvel as the leaves on the ridge of the mountain always change from green to yellow to gold and finally to brown and you will have learned that she is connected to you and you to her.

Click here to read my entire article at Amelia’s amazing blog Tales of A Mountain Mama!

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One thought on “Instilling Leadership in Kids With Help From Mother Nature Guest Post for Tales of A Mountain Mama

  1. We certainly learn so much from Mother Nature and in turn it's great to be able to share it with our children along life adventures outdoors. Thanks for linking up and sharing with Country Kids.

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