Show 138 – Chores, Role Definitions and Family Meetings

Our topic today is “Chores, Role Definitions and Family Meetings” with local stay-at-home homeschooling Dad, author, speaker and all-round nice-guy, Luke Hill.

We explored the following questions along with unilateral decision making and team building.

How are chores shared in your home?

How are role definitions helpful in your family?

Do you do family meetings? If so, what do they look like in your house? What works and what doesn’t?

How do you co-create ground rules to ensure safety and trust for all to contribute?

How do you prioritize and schedule family meetings?


Sura Hart and Victoria Kindle Hodson in “Respectful Parents, Respectful Kids” write: “Family meetings are hours set aside to plan family events, share concerns, identify feelings and needs, find ways to fulfill needs, celebrate personal victories, set household and individual goals, take stock, and strategize solutions to problems. Be sure to make an agreement for your meetings that ensure safety and trust for everyone.”


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Be sure to keep this conversation going.

What do your family meetings look like? What’s working for you? What do you find challenging?

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Broadcasted: Sunday, October 27th, 2013 1100-1200 Eastern Time on CFRU 93.3 FM, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

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