What to Do When My 6-Year-Old Gets A Job Offer from Google?

What to Do When My 6-Year-Old Gets A Job Offer from Google?

Oh, boy! Google offered your little genius a job! And who’s surprised? They’re a smart cookie, and thanks to the Helen Doron English methodology, they’re a little English-speaking wizard. They’ve got an impressive arsenal of English words and phrases at their disposal. They’re basically fluent, which is more than most of us can say.

But what do you do when your 6-year-old genius lands a job offer from one of the world’s biggest tech companies?

First off, congratulate your kid and give them a pat on the back for being a little English-speaking boss. Positive reinforcement is key. Then, remind them that all those hours spent on Helen Doron Stream have finally paid off.

Next, it’s time to brush up on your own English skills. You don’t want your child showing you up with their superior vocabulary and syntax. So, maybe start watching some English language shows, or hire a tutor for yourself. After all, you don’t want to be the only one in the family who can’t spell “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.”

But let’s not forget about the salary negotiations. Your child might be only six years old, but they’re already a mini-negotiator. Thanks to the “It’s Always Debatable” course, your six-year-old is a little powerhouse. They’ll have no problem convincing Google to give them a corner office, unlimited supply of candy, or a puppy to keep them company during their long work hours. And hey, why not? They deserve it for being such a prodigy.

Finally, it’s time to prepare your child for the tech industry. Get ready to buy them a mini ergonomic chair and set up a standing desk for them. They’ll need to start building their stamina for long hours spent in front of a computer screen. And don’t forget to give them some tech gadgets to play with, so they can impress their future colleagues with their knowledge of the latest tech trends.

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