In this episode of the The Good Dad Project podcast, Larry reminds us that winning isn’t everything or the only thing.
Do men and women see success in different ways?
A game of H-O-R-S-E
All you need are some simple supplies, a little imagination, and a competitive edge to bring them to life!
Men—despite being obnoxious—are competitive, and push you to work harder.
Men, Olympic competition, and water.
Kara Post-Kennedy is #SorryNotSorry she’s never been an Olympics fan. But at least she’s not competitive at it (or a sore loser).
Man or woman, the Alpha is perceived as beating down the competition to become the leader.
Voice pitch may seem like a superficial way of judging other human beings, but when it comes to prospective mates and public servants, it makes a big difference.
Amma Marfo reflects on a movie that brought her face-to-face with multidimensional, complicated men.
Sports provide a great venue for bumps, bruises and life lessons, even when they get started at a young age.
The past is gone. It is only an illusion that we can get it back. Good men must make the future great instead.
Being competitive can be good or it can be dysfunctional. Effective entrepreneurs learn the difference.
Football, a game that is starting to evolve for the future.
There are many bad ways to handle competition. But there is also a good, productive way.
Many think moms are better parents than dads. Scott Behson doesn’t agree, but he concedes that moms do these two things, that dads cannot do.