Good Guys do Good Things While we try to limit the television our sons consume, the tube has already influenced their early interpretations of what is good and bad in the world. The shows they watch, for example, all have good and bad characters. Any show must have these elements—that’s the drama of storytelling. What’s…
In my years of mentoring and coaching, I have observed that it is the people that have so much grit and not gift that reach the finishing line!
How and why reframing your challenges can help.
If you are in the room and connecting with the right people at the right time and are willing to act and make decisions quickly you will continue to stay at the top.
How to start seeing adventures, even in your own neighborhood or when you have a few free minutes
Underneath all the pressure of perfection, the world wants people who simply just do a good job.
When you call for change, it will lovingly gravitate towards you.
The more I CHOSE to KNOW I was enough, the more growth and opportunities I was able to create.
In this episode of The Dad Edge Podcast, Larry talks with Jason Palmer about moving through unbearable grief.
In the old days, creating your ideal life involved huge risks and even bigger balls.
When I think about everything my son has to offer in a relationship, I have high hopes and dreams for the woman who steals his heart.
Everything starts with the framework through which you view your self, your life, and the value of your place in this world.
One man’s gift to his children.
Why should students say, “Yes,” to college and to new experiences, opportunities, and personalities?
Lessons in business and combat from one of the greatest martial artists of all time.
Making decisions can be difficult, especially when there’s no clear choice. But being indecisive, when you’re at the cusp of one of these tough decisions, can come at high costs