We talk a lot about what example you set for others in every walk of life but none more important than your family. Today we discuss the standards in which you set, teach, and lead with because the standard you set now is the legacy you’ll leave when you’re gone.
Do you find that you and your significant other keep getting at each others throat over the same thing…your plans? Be it your weekend dinner date, guys night, rec leauge basketball, or whatever. The two of your plans just don’t seem to be on the same page and it causes tension in the relationship, because it keeps happening. If that’s you, this episode is for you. Let’s chat about keeping your spouse informed and involved. You’ll thank us when you are’t fighting as much anymore.
Let’s say someone tells you something important. Then what? Do you find yourself sharing things that others may not really want you passing on to someone else? That is the topic in today’s conversation; keeping your word and keeping things to yourself when it isn’t your info to share.
Let’s do this again! Is it manly or not to……..??
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Are you fully aware of your surroundings when you’re out and about? Do you ever even think about these things? If not, you should. For you and for your loved ones. Listen up, protectors of your family.
Today we discuss how we conduct ourselves while at work. This can be a challenging thing for many people. Dealing with co-worker relationships, management, new employees; there are always times that can present themselves where we may not act according to who we are and should be. But we need to be honest with ourselves and address any issues that may be compromising our integrity.
Did you really have a bad day or did you just experience a few minutes that didn’t go your way that you let ruin the rest of your day? On this episode we discuss when we run into that problem and how we can avoid that.
Bullying is a hot button issue at this point in time, as it should be. There is no excuse for one to bully another and it is something that should be stopped in all forms. In this episode we are talking about just that. Specifically adult bullying. With the dominance of social media and ever growing political and social climates worldwide, bullying seems to be at an all-time high. The way we see it, if you are anti bullying for kids, as you should be, then you had better not be turning around and doing the same thing to other adults who disagree with you.
In part 3 we finish up the discussion on Helicopter Parenting by taking a look into the types of characteristics we each see as essential to being an effective and transformational father. We’ve talked a lot on what not to do in the previous 2 segments so now we want to dive into what we feel that parents should be doing to raise independent children.
Sometimes it’s easy to assume that the simple things are just known how to do by everyone. Apparently that really isn’t the case. Things like checking the tire pressure on your vehicle is so simple but not always known how to do. But…not knowing can lead to some major problems! Do yourself a favor and learn how.
Men and women communicate differently. That’s pretty obvious to us all. But are we paying enough attention to make sure we are communicating on the same level? What you are or are not saying is going to have an impact on your relationships. As men, we have to be aware of these things and make the appropriate changes.
The topic of discussion in this episode is that of our choices of entertainment. The music we listen to, the tv and movies we watch, the things we spend our time and money on. They have a lasting effect on you. On your thoughts, your words, attitude, and actions whether you realize it or not. You’ll hear why we think it is important to choose these things wisely.
Every man should have a few simple tools kept in the home to at the very least try and do small, simple repairs. The guys talk about some of those things that anyone can use and the importance of having a hammer or screw driver laying around.
Part 2 of our conversation with Coach Shane Garner, discussing roles, challenges, and ways of improving our approach to parenting our young athletes.