The Correct Way to Praise / Lift Your Child
Do you know the right way to praise your children?
A Stanford study found that kids who have their efforts praised are more motivated and persistent than those who are praised for their abilities. For example, saying "You did a great job with those math problems," is better for the child than saying, "You are so good at math!”.
As it says in the Chapters 4 and 5 of the WTEWYDHDD, it is important for you as a mother or father to lift / praise your daughter when she does well and now Stanford supports specifically praising the effort which leads to greater motivation and more positive attitudes toward challenges five years later.