The list is composed of things Supa-parents do so that they can give their children the best opportunity to be successful.
Do you ever wonder what might be causing your child stress? Well, there are lots of common things that can cause your child stress. On the surface most of us realize stress is caused by things like family, jobs, friends, or school. However, there are four things that may on the surface appear invisible but…
Fathers and mothers alike, I implore you to learn from Bond…James Bond.
This is the movie that first made me realize how excited I was, how important it was to be a father.
While most of my peers were celebrating Muhammad Ali’s boxing acumen and the long line of boxers who attempted to mimic his style and flair, my father applied Muhammad Ali’s political and social convictions to the lessons he wanted me to learn.
Life needs you to be a producer.
Don’t you want your children to believe through your accomplishments in their ability to see their own dreams come true?
Can we ever expect to “reach the stars” if we haven’t charted our own course?
Children who learn how to focus and remain focused today will be the leaders of tomorrow.
Are you up to the task?
The mental approach that they take during the time off could be the difference between achieving their hopes and dreams and giving up on the sport altogether.
We can complain about the educational difficulties children face or we can devote ourselves to uncovering and taking full advantage of the many educational opportunities now available.
Writing my son has made our relationship stronger. Writing him has made us both better men.
Are you inspiring your children to fight for the solution for any of the many things that afflict this nation and planet or are you demonstrating for them what it looks like to cheat life?
When parents are faced with making educational opportunities equal for all children or making the best educational opportunities exclusively available to their children we nearly always choose the latter.
Remember when we command kids to stop being extraordinarily imaginative, we set them up to become ordinary lackluster adults instead of innovative scientists, engineers, artists, and mathematicians.