Your loved one doesn’t like being pushed to do things… right?!! Well makes sense; you don’t like being pushed to do things either. This is where a marketing strategy can help you make headway with your loved one’s growth. Ever heard of ‘Push vs. Pull’ marketing?! In this video, I explain how you can use a ‘Pull’ strategy to naturally draw your loved one’s interest into relationships, growing independence, and more! Click the video to lean how.
Leave a comment below! How are you going to try the ‘Pull’ strategy with your loved one?
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Big Aha moment… the language and the “child like” names I still call my now 18 year old. I have 2 other adult children (31 and 29) and as I think about my interactions with them I see that I do not still call them their childhood nicknames. Super excited for the upcoming webinar. Thank you for sharing your experinces.
I am very conscious of being too “pushy” in trying to get my loved one to do things but I wasn’t sure how to get out of this stuck position. The pull marketing was something I was not aware of and something I would like to try. My children are now in their 20’s and are very aware of being told what to do all the time so it is time to change that. I do see them as adults and I know I respect them and know they are much more capable than the expectations that have been assigned to them.
Self-care, is a struggle for us. Hygiene.
Your strategies are so good and this is really is a great too! How would you advice using this technique for everyday tasks ?
Hi Nicole, I invite you to think about, ” What would my loved one most naturally be interested in?” and “How can I give my loved one the opportunity to try with the right level of support?”.
Sounds great for things like relationships but how does one use it for things like housework and things that NEED doing ? ie : cleaning up stuff and putting it away where it belongs ( back in ones room ) when there is no interest or finding a job, when there is no interest ?
Hi Tina, I invite you to think about the same questions I shared with Nicole, ” What would my loved one most naturally be interested in?” and “How can I give my loved one the opportunity to try with the right level of support?”.
You gave us another great strategy for helping our daughter. Thanks Eric!!!!!