Parents often wait too long to start getting their children involved in chores. Often times feeling that children should only focus on play and homework. The problem with this is that to expect our teenagers to suddenly “want” to help out around the house is idealistic. Starting young not only teaches them good values, is good for self-esteem but it also instills good habits and you don’t need to bribe them or pay them to help. Watch this video and learn the multiple benefits of chores. If you like this introductory video, you will love my free eBook on The Multiple Benefits of Chores, just follow this link.