Importance of family coach
The Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu alayhi wa Sallam) has stated that “No father can give his child anything better than good manners(Complete Education)” (Tirmidhi).
I am a professional family coach and councilor of more than 100 families, so I find 80% parents live in Utopian world, they feel that they are ideal parents for their children, but my question is ‘why are your children not in following list’
Pakistani-Briton Ayan Qureshi last month became the youngest every Microsoft Certified professional, accomplishing the feat at the age of five years, 11 months. Ayan appeared in exams in October 2014, crossing Mehroz Yawar who passed the exam at the age of six and a half. The young victor is a 2009 Lahore-born but soon after his family moved to London.
The title of youngest Microsoft Certified Professional was in the court of Mehroz Yawar before Ayan Qureshi. He passed the exam at the early age of six and a half in April 2014. He is a resident of Lahore and successfully passed the standard examination procedure for the certification. Mehroz appeared in the exams of Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) and excelled with amazing scores.
Muhammad Huzair Awan
Another shining star, Muhammad Huzair was also among the list of World’s youngest Microsoft Certified in 2013 and passed the test with a score of 780 out of 1000. He also lives in Lahore and passed the certification exam at the age of six-and-a-half years.
Born on 13 March 2004 in Texas, USA, Shafay Thobani is a young IT prodigy from Pakistan who started learning computers at the age of 4 and appeared in the tests on April 2012, securing incredible 910 marks out of 1000. He came under prominence by becoming The World’s Youngest Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist in the world at the age of 8 years and 24 Days.
Aruba Rao is another little star who lives in Sargodha Punjab and is another computer prodigy who at the age of 11 years gained the title of Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) in January 2012 and made the nation proud.
Babar Iqbal, born on March 2, 1997, belongs to Dera Ismael Khan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and grabbed this title of youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) in the world at the age of 9 in 2006.
Babar has made four world records including Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) at the age 9 years, Youngest Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) at the age 9 years and Youngest Certified Web Professional Associate (CIWA) at the age of 10 and a recent fourth record he made as Youngest Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) at the age of 12 in Dubai, which are amazingly massive achievements.
Arfa Abdul Karim Randhawa (Late)
Last but not the least, Arfa Karim, daughter of the nation who was born in February 1995. Soon after she turned 9 years, was awarded with the title of youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) in 2004.
Because you live n pseudo world, your observation is poor, and you are the example of dark room people who think darkness is reality and brightness is death, so please awake and work on your future, we share some data with you.
- Average IQ levels :
Average vocabulary for/of different ages. :
1-Most adult test-takers range from 20,000–35,000 words
2-Average test-takers of age 8 already know 10,000 words
3-Average test-takers of age 4 already know 5,000 words
4-Adult test-takers learn almost 1 new word a day until middle age
5-Adult test-taker vocabulary growth basically stops at middle age
6-The most common vocabulary size for foreign test-takers is 4,500 words
7-Foreign test-takers tend to reach over 10,000 words by living abroad
8-Foreign test-takers learn 2.5 new words a day while living in an English-speaking country
Average height with respect to ages and gender.
Average weight with respect to ages and gender.
Can your child meet above data? Yes, so good,…No ,it’s a sign of anxiety, please don’t waste the time and consult the professional and check their present status and with the help of professional design plan for your child,…, in which following point would be added:
- Nutrients with respect of age, class, and body.
- Exercises (Aerobic, stretch, cross fit).
- Day Routine with relaxation habits.
- Physical games (e.g football, hockey, badminton etc)
- Brain games ( e.g jigsaw puzzles, number system, bar line )
- How improve the reading and writing habits.
- Annual calendar with the respect of picnic.
As The Family Coach, I believe that there isn’t one solution for everyone. Instead, the best way to resolve an issue is with a unique, individualized plan that takes into account such factors as the family’s schedule, lifestyle and personality. The family coach is a calming presence who listens carefully and offers user-friendly advice to immediately improve the happiness in a household.
This is your opportunityor choice to transform yourself into a more positive,and create a world where children and you,… people are happy, productive, awake and alert to their own strengths, full potential and love and compassion. A world where young people and their parents and families are in unison for a common expression for good.