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The internet can be a very dangerous place for kids, and very often parents are in the dark about what’s actually going on. How can parents keep an eye on their kids’ online activities, and get more tech savvy? Why is this such a valuable thing to teach? On this episode, Gene Volpe talks about the internet, how to monitor what our kids are doing, and trends you need to keep track of.
There’s nothing better than being able to give to someone without asking for anything in return but still giving something powerful that it compels the law of reciprocity. -Greg McDaniel
Things We Learned
The importance of systems
Systems make your business easier to run, and they help you simplify your work. When you do create a system, don’t start taking on jobs outside of that because that just creates confusion.
How to protect our kids
There are so many nefarious and dangerous things happening on the internet that put our kids at risk. As parents, we need to be more tech savvy and stay on top of the new trends and changes.
The power of giving value
Give value without expecting anything in return. Not only will this set the law of reciprocity in motion, it also means that at the very least, you will be top of mind.
Kids understand the power of technology but they underestimate the negativity of it. -Greg McDaniel
Technology is changing rapidly and as parents, we need to know about this. -Gene Volpe
The internet, social media and mobile phones are incredibly powerful mediums that bring convenience and information to our fingertips. But there’s a dark side to the online world, and if we have young people in our lives, we have to keep an eye on these things. In order to set your kids up for success online, stay on top of what they install regularly. Ultimately, the more tech savvy you are, the easier this can be.
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