Artist First Radio
Author-First Show with Tony Kay
Sharon and Tony have a fun, lively and informative conversation about the ups and down of parenting. They discuss how we as parents can listen to our internal guidance and help our children tap into their own guidance…and much more.
Third Place Books Reading/Signing July 2016
I loved showcasing my book at Third Place Books in Seattle. It is such a fun experience to do a reading from my book,”The Art of Blissful Parenting” in a beautiful bookstore.
I had the amazing opportunity to speak to a local PEPS group, “Program for Early Parent Support.” I talked about our common parenting objectives, why I wrote my book, “The Art of Blissful Parenting,” and how teaching their children to follow their inner guidance would help make their parenting journey easier.
It was particularly enlightening to answer their questions. Thank-you PEPS!
Procrastination and Your Kids from Sharon Ballantine, Parenting Coach and Life Coach
Most people have grown up thinking that procrastination is a bad thing. But what about those of us who like to give our projects or decisions time and attention? Are we doing ourselves a disservice by making snap choices?
I recently had the most amazing opportunity to do a book signing at a Hay House conference! The “I Can Do It” conference came to Seattle for the first time this past February. I spent an hour at the Balboa Press table signing copies of my book! It was my first book signing and I had the most amazing experience.
I was able to truly connect (however briefly) with each parent that came to the table. As I asked them about their children, they shared with me why they wanted to have my book and whom they were going to gift it to, after they themselves read it. I felt very blessed to have had this experience, I hope all of my book signings are as magical.
Parent Nation Radio Show
with Tara Kennedy-Kline
Listen to Tara and Sharon have a lively conversation about how positive thinking helps guide our children and helps in our best parenting. Sharon tells her story of how she came to write her book and release the fears he had in her parenting. They discuss the value and process of how our children clarify their desires, and they revel in the many more aspects of how we parent.
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Thriving Entrepreneur Radio Show
with Steve Kidd
Steve Kidd engages Sharon regarding the importance of staying in alignment, hence feeling happy so we can be effective parents and inspire our children. They also discuss how learning to trust our own internal guidance helps us teach our kids how to follow theirs. Listen to the varied and enlightening conversation!
Setting Your Child Up for Success from Sharon Ballantine, Parenting Coach and Life Coach
Is your child a visual learner, an auditory learner, a tactile learner, or a kinesthetic learner? When you figure out how your kids learn best, you can supplement their schoolwork by introducing added materials to help them learn.
Doesn’t each of us want to feel happy and have a positive affect on other people? Whether this happiness means feeling good about our parenting life, social life, love life etc. we crave the endorphins that come with the feeling of basking in our wellbeing. And then life gets in the way. Something or someone doesn’t turn out or behave the way we were hoping, and we allow ourselves to feel bad and maybe even really mad. In other words, we are being reactive to what is happening around us and our attitude suffers.
Have you ever been aware of how your attitude affects those around you? You may feel like your poor attitude is your own business and has no affect on other people, but this is not the case. Even when you don’t speak a word the energy that . . .
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Haven’t we heard most parents say at one time or another, “Kids don’t come with an owner’s manual?” While this is a true statement, and generally spoken with a certain feeling of stress, most of us manage to figure out parenting one day at a time, one situation at a time with our children.
Not being one to leave things to chance, least of all my motherhood, I knew I wanted to create a parenting style that would feel good to me. I chose to start by looking back at how I had been living my life up to the time I became a parent; and thinking of all the philosophies I had been exposed to and found value in my earlier years. As the mother of three grown children now, my parenting was a daily choice and a daily practice . . .
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