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Welcome! I’m so glad you are here.

With 20 years of experience as a parent educator and mom of 6, I’d love to show you how easy it is to walk out of the trip-ups, triggers, mistakes, and rabbit holes that keep you from being the best parent you can be.

If you want to raise confident, resilient, respectful, problem-solving kids that are ready to rock the real world when they leave your house at 18 years old, you are in the right place.

The most important thing to know – YOU are the best parent for your kids. No negative talk around here about what’s happened in the past, (like this morning.) You can only parent from your best with the information you have and joining this group of thousands of parents is the best way to fill your parenting toolbox with relevant, time-tested and grounded in experience strategies, so you can parent with confidence. You’ve got this.

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My “aha” moment as a mother came when I realized that parenting wasn’t about what happened when my kids were between the ages of birth and 18. Parenting is about preparing your kids for what happens between the ages of 18 and 80.

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Happier parenting doesn’t happen by magic. And it doesn’t happen by saying, “Next time, I won’t lose my temper.” It takes observation, practice and consistency. I know it’s easy to second guess your decisions in the heat of the moment when you’re about to blow your top, so here are my favorite tips for a positive default parenting strategy.

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Sometimes we forget WHY we had children in the first place. Our lives get busy, our resources get tapped, the parenting techniques passed down from our own parents and the expert books aren’t working and we find ourselves screaming at – or giving in to – our children just so we can get through the moment.

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Find yourself yelling, nagging, reminding, bribing and punishing.
Feel like you are at your wits end and not sure what to do?

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Stop Lecturing.
Start Living!

A free workbook that shows you how to replace the lecturing, reminding, nagging and yelling with three powerful strategies you can use immediately to bring a sense of calm and order to your parenting world.

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What parents are saying.

Vicki Hoefle is a professional and passionate educator. She has the uncanny ability to see the best side of the parent, child, and family as a whole. She observes with kindness and an open-heart. She makes recommendations and asks questions that drive right to the core of the problem or challenge. This is exactly what our family needed, honesty and faith – faith that we could handle the truth and had the courage to move forward.

Gavin DeBecker, Nationallly Best selling Author, The Gift of Fear

As a business owner, coach and mom of three young kids, my life was out of balance.  I learned tools to help foster my children’s independence. They became capable in ways I never imagined.I realized I don’t have to be in charge of everything! This allowed me to tip the scales back in balance. I am so thankful that I don’t feel overwhelmed about parenting any more. I appreciate how well everything works in my home!

Kathy H., Mother of three

As the mom of three adventurous and energetic boys I felt exhausted and at times out of control. Understanding that my job was to help these boys develop self-control and use their energy to master their own lives was what I needed as a mom. Vicki helped me to see that I could empower and teach my boys and give up the micro-managing and control that was leading to power struggles and meltdowns.

Jamaica J., mother of three