Forget About NY’s Resolutions, Become a Role Model Instead

Did you know the most popular resolutions in 2017 were: Lose Weight / Eat Healthier Life & Self Improvements Make Better Financial Decisions Quit Smoking Do more exciting things It’s surprising that 80 percent of people do not achieve their NY’s goals. I believe they would be much more successful if they were role models for their…

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Why Have I Started The Ambitious Parents?

Some of my responsibilities as a co-founder of HotelQuickly is recruiting the tech talent. While we were growing the company to a point when it reached 99 employees, I spent lots of time interviewing job applicants. After the candidate passed the technical assessment, I focused mainly on their personal growth. I was curious: How do…

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We Started Teaching Our Little Kids Math. It’s Been Lots of Fun!

A week ago, I finished reading Glenn Doman’s book How to Teach Your Baby Math and felt we need to start practicing it immediately. “It is much easier to teach math a one-or two-year-old child than it is to teach a four-year-old; and easier to teach a four-year-old than to teach a seven-year-old.” ~Glenn Doman We could…

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Did You Know That 2-year-old Babies Can Do Math?

I couldn’t believe my eyes when I was reading the book How to Teach Your Baby Math. The author, Glenn Doman, claimed it’s easier for a 2-year-old kid to learn math than for a 5-year-old. We, the ambitious parents, are very open-minded, right? So I decided to give it a try! Printed out the flash cards on…

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Webinar: Educational Methods You Should Be Aware Of

The ambitious parents should know about all the different educational methods & philosophies, so I’ll organize a webinar to present the most popular ones. On Feb 15, 2017 at 8pm ICT, we’ll review the methods & philosophies of the great thinkers such as: Glenn Doman’s Gentle Revolution Charlotte Mason Susan Wise Bauer’s Well-trained mind Thomas…

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Who Are The Ambitious Parents?

There’s plethora of anecdotal evidence indicating that most kids these days: Endlessly watch the TV Play video games dozens of hours per week Spend lots of time mindlessly on social media Dislike (or even hate) learning Don’t read books We have seen in Outliers that success comes from: The unfair opportunities Hard work and learning It…

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