Originally Broadcasted
Date: Thursday 2nd December, 2021

Are you tired of having to nag at your child about getting homework and chores done? Your child is probably tired of listening to your nagging too. In this modern world where distractions abound, you need new strategies as parents to help your child develop good and independent study skills and life habits, rather than relying on a constant stream of verbal reminders that is tiring for both parent and child.
Willpower and positive habits take time, effort and consistency to develop, but once built, they can be immensely useful in increasing your child’s mind power to get things done. And the greatest benefit may be to allow you and your child to spend more time enjoying each other’s company rather than fighting over task completion.
At the core of willpower is the ability to resist short-term temptations to achieve long-term goals. Join us at this webinar as we explore how willpower develops in the brain and discuss strategies such as habit formation to help your child develop the needed skills to succeed in school and life.

View this webinar to 
  • Understand how willpower develops in the brain
  • Learn about the 3 key steps in habit formation
  • Take home research-based strategies to help your child develop positive habits and greater willpower to succeed in school and life

Ms Cheryl Chia

With more than 20 years’ experience in brain fitness training, Cheryl is an accomplished physiotherapist, who is also the founder of BrainFit, an entity that specialises in scientific brain fitness training. Cheryl holds a Master Degree in Physiotherapy Studies from the University of Queensland, Australia. She was awarded a full scholarship from KK Hospital and was also the overall coordinator for paediatric neurology physiotherapy there. She has lectured in Nanyang Polytechnic and is a much sought-after speaker, including at events organised by MediaCorp-SMART Parents, the Child Guidance Clinic and schools. She is a frequent invited guest on Parenting Made Easy Radio 93.8, where she shares her expertise on brain fitness to help parents raise smarter and more resilient children. Cheryl is also an author and a mother to two young girls.