Category: Outlier Parenting

Over the years, I have discovered that the best way to help your children achieve their dreams is not to micromanage their lives but to take the Outliers 10,000 hours approach. If your child has a unique talent or is interested in a specific area – from sports to science to magic to art, start investing 10,000 hours in that discipline and by the time they hit college, they gain the experience and confidence to achieve their dreams.

With Outlier Parenting, you’ll meet parents who have provided their kids with training, support and advice to guide them on their path to success. No helicopter parents allowed – just dreamers who knows what it takes to help guide our kids towards their life’s passions.

Outlier Parenting Series…Sherri and Isabella Rose Taylor

16 year old fashion and art phenom Isabella Rose Taylor is the product of two incredibly supportive parents. I met…

My Outlier Parenting Story…Beth & Rebecca Drew

When I first started Role Mommy more than 12 years ago, my kids were little. At the time, my daughter…

Introducing…Outlier Parenting!

Introducing a new offering at Role Mommy – Outlier Parenting. If you are interested in hearing more about how to…

I Want My Daughter to Become Wonder Woman and Not a Disney Princess

Now that my daughter is away at college, I’ve been reflecting a lot on my own days back in school….

College Road Trip…The Official Freshman Drop Off with Ford

It’s been eight days┬ásince we officially dropped our daughter off at college and as a Freshman parent newbie, I have…

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