Remember…

The thought manifests as the word. The word manifests as the deed. The deed develops into habit. And the habit hardens into character. So watch the thought and its ways with care. And let it spring from love born out of concern for all beings.” Remember this parents, as you teach your kids to think.

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The Entrepreneurial Parent

So, my career path right now is looking to fork between working at a corporation, or being an entrepreneur. Luckily, I have some time to decide, so I currently prepare for both. As an entrepreneur, one of my most used assetts is Mixergy.com. If you’re considering entrepreneurialism or are already taking the path, check out…

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Abundance

I’m a prevalent visitor of the entrepreneur site, Mixergy.com. The first fifteen minutes of a recent interview really resonated with me, and my current “parenting beliefs.” Before my son blessed my life, I knew I wanted to be a parent dedicated to truth and accountability – setting an example for my children. The interviewee, Ido…

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Justice for Quinten

I read this article about a week ago. It’s very emotional and can be hard to read. There’s not much to say about this… It speaks for itself. Very sobering. Makes you wonder, What can I do to help keep this from every happening again? 22YD

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Long Distance Relationship

I’m not talking about a spouse or girlfriend or boyfriend. I’m talking about being away from your child. It’s not easy. But my #1 rule of thumb is, call them every day. And even that’s not easy. Firstly, it takes the will to dedicate to making it a habit to call your child. Whether it’s…

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Break Them.

Break your bad habits, else your children will suffer. When I learned I was going to be a father, at age 17, I decided I should break some bad habits: Eating nothing but junk, sleeping the entire day away, some very typical teenage habits. Over the next couple of years, I’ve learned how to motivate…

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” Uno, dos, tres…”

I just want to share a proud moment: I was talking with my son over the phone last night, after soccer, and I asked what he learned at school that day. He said he didn’t remember, and his mom whispered a reminder. He started, “Uno… Dos …. Tres….” He was getting shy, so I helped,…