As we start another school year, here are some thoughts for how to navigate the world.
Once Upon A Time…Remembering historical events and considering their significance for families todayThe American Southwest in the late 1800’s was one of many battlefields for the on-going wars between indigenous Native American tribes and European colonists, and both Mexican and U.S. colonial military forces. Known collectively as the American-Indian Wars, Native American tribes across the…
We tell boys to be tough at their peril. Kevin Wood shares his story of pushing through the pain.
“When you think you’re done, you’re only 40% done. If you can train yourself to get past that initial warning of ‘I’m done’ from your brain, then you probably have 60% more in you.”
Dr. Travis Bradberry talks about the one character trait that can determine your success and shows you how to get it—grit.
What can Good Men learn from two political experts that the American people don’t already know?
In this episode of The Good Dad Project Podcast, Larry picks up where he left off in “How to Discover Daily Grit and Gratitude.”
In this episode of The Good Dad Project Podcast, Larry reminds us that gratitude is the secret sauce to a fulfilled life and the fuel that develops our grit.
Paul MacAlindin shares his business wisdom learned from years as an Orchestra Conductor.
In this episode of The Good Dad Project podcast, MMA fighter Carlos Condit talks about his incredible career and shares tips for being a champion spouse and father.
What will your daughter have to say about you one day?
Matthew Rozsa explains a quality he admires about Hillary Clinton.
With a win at all costs culture, it is important our children understand where to find the greatest competition.
Some students have more advantages than others; all the more reason to empower everyone with self-belief and an understanding that part of learning is failure.
The Mighty Quinn–he guided me physically in life and now guides me spiritually on my journey to Boston.
Teach for America corp member, Martin Byrne, discovers his true potential with the help of 40 Cleveland students.