“Most people, particularly, working mothers, have that exact reaction when I tell them my success secret to mothering girls is building their confidence.”-Hypatia
The Code tells the story of an ambitious young lady named Kay who yearns to successfully balance the demands of her job with raising three beautiful daughters. Kay is a real self-starter, though sometimes it feels like as if the success she enjoys at work isn’t commensurate with her being a wife and a mother. And so one day, desperate to assuage her feelings of inadequacy, she seeks advice the stratospheric Hypatia, a mother of six successful women and legendary life coach referred to by many of her mentees simply as the Chaperon.
Over the next two weeks, Hypatia introduces Kay to a series of outstandingly successful people, most of whom she had helped crack the code of winning at home and work.
Hypatia’s friends share with Kay the Ten Principles of Mothering Great Women and teach her what to do to become great herself.
Kay learns that changing her focus from quantity to quality—the time she spends with her girls—ultimately guarantees mothering success.
Filled with wit and candour, The Code is a heart-warming story about why mothers must take the centre-stage in the upbringing of their daughters.
THE TEN PRINCIPLES OF
RAISING GREAT WOMEN
THE PRINCIPLE OF REALITY VERSUS FANTASY
Your daughter’s ability
to differentiate between reality and fantasy
will determine the kind of expectations she has
of herself, her relationships and the society she
lives in and how she relates with those expectations.
PRINCIPLE OF POINTING OUT FEMALE ROLE-MODELS
Your daughter’s capacity to
achieve iconic feats will be greatly
enhanced by number of successful women you introduce her to.
PRINCIPLE OF RECOGNIZING GENIUS
Recognizing where your daughter’s
Intelligence Quotient is highest will determine
the kind of training you give her and ultimately
determine the kind of vocation she chooses later in life.
PRINCIPLE OF ANTI-SEXISM
Your daughter’s ability to reject
sexist comments and gestures in whatever form,
will ultimately determine her capacity for self-actualization.
PRINCIPLE OF EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE
A Mother’s ability to manage her emotions as well
as the emotions of others will ultimately determine
the perception the society has of her daughter and the kind
of opportunities society will present to her irrespective of her skill sets, looks, education, religion or any other affiliation
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