Gifted children are highly imaginative. They may not be inclined to follow the organization of others and may insist in doing things their own way.
Here's a suggested tip from gifted education teacher Susan Winebrenner:
"Whenever possible, let your child solve her own problems. Help her brainstorm solutions, but don't insist that she choose the one you think is best. You'll avoid power struggles and build self-reliance and responsibility in your child."