Those are good tips. For me letting my kids know that I love them and can be their best friend ever is what helps bring any problems into the open so its not hidden. Children deal with so much today; bullies, drugs, social acceptance, media ads telling them they should be something they aren't and so called 'entertainment' that gives them a corrupt view of the world. Being a best friend helps my children know they can come talk with me about anything.
I say the above is actually really well thought-out, that it provides at the very least a good basis that can be expanded upon or alters somewhat based on the child.
Parenting is a complex thing, with so many variables in play. A child growing up, especially mattering their age, maturity, any mental health issues, friends, schools, interests, and more can make a difference in a parent's approach. Then again, you may have family, friends, teachers, and others whom I offer their advice or critique which can very or even be contradictory.
Still, I do agree mostly to the above,very well done.