If you’re reading this magazine, you probably care about being a good parent. You probably put time and effort into enriching your child’s life – in education and in other areas. But what does it mean, really, to be a good parent?
In a recent op-ed, Forbes contributor Jordan Shapiro outlined five ways in which he wants to become a better parent. His five goals address a spectrum of parenting concerns, from spirituality to social consciousness to the development of a well-rounded mind. Whether or not you agree with his specific strategies, the article is thought-provoking and well worth a read, and it may well inspire you to think about parenting in a new light.
You can find Shapiro’s op-ed here.