I'm 17, so this mytake is hypothetical, but this is how I would raise my daughter, when I have one. I wouldn't force my daughter to do these things, but I wish that she would do them. This would mainly come when my daughter is 12-15
1. Give her the right books
There are books that I wish I would have read when I was younger, I believe that these books will help her deal with the world. Books such as "the prince, how to use your enemies and how to win friends and influence people"
2. Teach her to fight
I want my daughter to become a go-getter, to always be able to fight her way in. This could be physical or hypothetical. If she would be into it, I would encourage her to take martial arts classes.
3. Teach her to network and social climb
If I become rich, I will put my daughter in the best school in town, so she can meet kids with parents richer than myself. That's an opportunity to network, not only to serve herself but also to strengthen the connections and the power of the family. she ahs to know that she must always get the right people on her side.
4. Take her hunting
I believe that hunting would help her connect with nature and understand mortality.
5. Teach her to become a lady
In my attempt to teach her to kick ass, she might lose her femininity, which would bring a totally different kind of trouble. If it becomes necessary, I would pay the most stunning woman I know to teach her how to become a proper lady and to become seductive.
6. Give her the right inspiration
There have been many women throughout history that have embodied everything I wish my daughter would become. Women such as Margaret Thatcher, Queen Elizabeth I, etc. If it wouldn't become completely outdated by then, I would encourage her to watch house of cards. What better
role model is there than Claire Underwood!