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How To Get Kids To Say Yes!: Using the Secret Four Color Languages to Get Kids to Listen
How To Get Kids To Say Yes!: Using the Secret Four Color Languages to Get Kids to Listen
How To Get Kids To Say Yes!: Using the Secret Four Color Languages to Get Kids to Listen
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How To Get Kids To Say Yes!: Using the Secret Four Color Languages to Get Kids to Listen

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Want to get kids to say “yes” … instead of begging, negotiating, and pleading?

We want what is best for them, and so should they. So why don’t they understand us?

Because we talk to them in the wrong color language. Kids view the world in different ways. Once we know how they view the world, our words get through.

Get through? Yes. Instead of our words bouncing off of their foreheads and scattering to the floor, we can learn which way they view the world. Once we know this, we can use secret words that help them listen and understand.

We don’t have to be a psychologist, psychic, or super parent. We just have to meet kids “where they are.” Once we see the world through their viewpoint, communicating is easy. No more stress, arguing, and frustration. Now that is a win-win!

The formula is easy. First, recognize which of the four basic personalities fits our kids. Then, talk to our kids with common words that fit their view of their world.

It is up to us to meet our kids where they are. After all, they are just learning about their world. We can do this and have great fun while we get our kids to say “yes” … instead of “no.”

Make talking to kids an awesome experience.

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    How To Get Kids To Say Yes! - Ella Schreiter

    How To Get Kids To Say YES!

    How To Get Kids To Say YES!

    Ella Schreiter Liz Schreiter Keith Schreiter

    Fortune Network Publishing



    The dreaded unsolicited advice.

    Four children.

    What is the Yellow Personality?

    How to interact with the yellow personality.

    What is the Blue Personality?

    How to interact with the blue personality.

    What is the Red Personality?

    How to interact with the red personality.

    What is the Green Personality?

    How to interact with the green personality.

    So what color personality is our child?

    What happens in Ella’s life.

    What happens when the color worlds of children collide??

    Mood changes and chameleons.

    More real life examples.

    What are the weaknesses of the four color personalities?

    Should we teach the color personalities to our children?

    As Dads, we want our child to be a better version of us.

    Why isn’t this taught in school?

    Thank you.

    Also by Liz Schreiter

    How To Get Kids To Say YES!

    Copyright © 2016 by Ella, Liz, and Keith Schreiter

    All rights reserved, which includes the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form whatsoever.

    Published by Fortune Network Publishing

    PO Box 890084

    Houston, TX 77289 USA

    Telephone: +1 (281) 280-9800

    Cover Design by Ella Schreiter

    ISBN: 978-1-892366-75-7


    This book is not a psychology case study, or advice on how to raise children. Hey, I am only nine years old.

    I am writing this book with my parents. I want to help other parents see and understand their children from a different viewpoint.

    Just like adults, kids are all different too. Everything in this world is new to us and we are just finding our way. We test limits and try new things.

    We don’t have the experience our parents have to help us with our judgments. We aren’t old enough yet.

    Parents can give us direction and advice more easily if they just recognize our core personality.

    This one simple thing makes things so much easier for us. When parents know which one of the color personalities we are, it will be easier and faster to help us to understand. We aren’t complicated. We just see, learn, and experiment in our world with one of these unique personalities.

    And now from the parents.

    Three things you should know about this book.

    #1. We are parents, not psychologists.

    We just want to understand and help our children.

    But like most parents, we don’t have time for college courses or weekend seminars on psychology. Children keep us too busy for that.

    This book isn’t a psychology textbook or course. It is about communicating with our children in a way that helps them to understand us and the world.

    So sit back and enjoy this book. It is a fun way to connect with our children and to get along better. It takes some of the frustrations out of being a parent.

    No psychologists’ jobs will be harmed in the reading of this book.

    #2. This is a guide, not a instruction manual.

    If you have studied personality profiling before, you know the temperaments: phlegmatic, sanguine, choleric and melancholic. Ugh. That is difficult to remember. Plus, our children don’t want to fill out questionnaires and take tests. We are looking for a way to identify how each of our children see the world. Once we know this, we can connect with them, praise them, discipline them and motivate them. (Motivate them?) Yes, children need a little push … often.

    #3. Labeling is dangerous.

    We will describe the four basic personality types. As you read this, you will naturally identify with many parts of each personality. One of these personalities might describe your child best. We are looking at the big picture here, so don’t worry about the details.

    All of the personalities have strengths and weaknesses, ups and down, easy and difficult components. Keep in mind that children are not 100% of one personality. They could have traits that cover two or