The best question I ever asked myself was ‘what kind of dad do I want to be?’
I’ve noticed the way we’re expected to view the world is based around the question “what do I get?” But I don’t need “more”.
The more you do, the less they learn.
Fatherhood can be freaky, you have to keep moving with it.
Family and work, in the moment or in the future?
Give opportunities to engage kids brains.
Tech, business, and fatherhood.
How to get your kids ready for an unpredictable world.
For me being a dad is just about upping my game daily, trying to be sillier, less intense, more fun, more natural.
An activist’s view.
So a few changes to make and definitely more mountains to climb.
At age five, 98% of children test at genius levels of creativity. By age 15, it’s 12%.
What if instead of feeling successful because of our job title and bank balance we had a broader definition of what it means to be a great, successful man?
Busyness is a modern disease, maybe it’s an epidemic, especially among working parents.
Psychological safety is the idea that someone feels safe to take interpersonal risks with the people around them
Breathing exercises may help.