I have raised five competent adults, maybe I should write about this more. It's just that I have come to believe that so much is genetic that I view advice askance. Also, I got some things terribly wrong about parenting and don't think I should set myself up as an expert. My humorous advice while the children were growing up was that the key was "Have children who make you look good. Don't let them forget that's their job." But that is actually not so far from the truth.
I now tell young couples "Have more children and worry about them less. They'll be fine. And they're fun when they are adults." No one listens, not that I know of, but it's still worth saying.
I clicked over to this article Parents of the Most Successful Children Do These Ten Things expecting to hate it, shaking my head at most of the blather and leaving a snippy comment "correlation is not causation" at the end. That caution does still apply, but this wasn't terrible.