Instead of teaching your children to wish for things, can you teach them to dream for things bigger and better for their life. Dreams are achievable, but you have to start doing things to make them happen. This is important for our kids to understand and it's our job as fathers to help our kids realize their dreams by teaching them to do things that help them achieve their dreams.
Do you have yourself in stuck in neutral? Are you happy there? Probably not. It's so important that you're pushing yourself to try things differently. Get out of your comfort zone. What is it going to be for you to be a life disrupter?
What type of connection do you have with your kids? Is it anything like the connection had with your parents? How often do you take a step back to evaluate that relationship? This week, we discuss the importance of showing up for your kids.
The truth can hurt and as a father, we tend to be very selective about whom we choose to take advice from. In most cases, the best advice comes from those who know us best. That could be our spouse or even our own children. Are you willing to take advice from your colleagues, your competitors, your spouse, how about your teenager?
I'm Ray Matz and I'd like to introduce myself to you and tell you more about why I'm launching my podcast, Game Changing Dads. Marriage and fatherhood are two very important subjects to me. It's easy in our life to focus on career, money, stature, but making decisions that put God, and family first are harder to make. It's here that I hope to help you through some of the decisions and boundaries you need to set in order to stay motivated and encouraged to lead, love and live!