Step 5: Uncover Solutions

Welcome to Step 5 of the Action Plan! In this step we'll empower you with the tools to run experiments with your bright & quirky child to make significant progress. This is a critical piece of your action plan and you'll learn the Bright & Quirky process of experimentation along with key treatment options for common 2e challenges, and the art of Kaizen or 1% gains.

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  1. Erica on December 24, 2019 at 12:06 pm

    Thank you for guiding us to tackle one problem at a time. I’ve been feeling overwhelmed lately and this was a well-received message! I feel like I’ve been given permission to do less, taking less on at a time. I’m ready to feel the achievements quickly! 🙂

  2. Juanita Durand on December 16, 2019 at 12:26 pm

    Thank you very much. This fire hose drinking is very exhausting, but at the same time extremely helpful.

  3. Karina on December 10, 2019 at 11:38 am

    Thanks! Talking to the children can be tricky when one is used to want to solve everything right then and there. Strange as it may sound the hardest thing seems to be the simplest one, to just listen without running with the first solution that pops into our head. Listening to the children and coming up with a solution about experiments we can do with them as opposed to to them, is tricky! I’m glad to have this knowledge base!

    • Lauren on December 12, 2019 at 1:49 pm

      I agree, Karina! I always want to rush into “solution mode” with what my idea of solving my child’s problem is without fully bringing him into a collaborative process and having the primary voice. I also agree on the trickiness because I know in my case I conditioned my son into underfunctioning because I was overfunctioning! Stepping back, slowing down, and waiting for their voice to emerge is so critical, including taking their ideas seriously when they do have an idea.
      Lauren with the B&Q Team

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