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Meaningful Resources for a Meaningful Life

Guiding You to Coach Your Kids Confidently to Adulthood

Will Your Kid Have the Right Work Ethic?

If you met me when I was a teenager, I doubt you would’ve been impressed with my work ethic. I didn’t exactly give off “future entrepreneur” and CEO vibes. Like every other...

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Is My Kid Concerned Enough About the Future?

I remember a shocking parenting moment like it was yesterday. After a game, one of my kids forgot their new, expensive glove at the field. Despite multiple reminders, the glove was not in the...

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Future Mistake #12: Forgetting Your Past

Recently, a friend of mine asked me about a book I had written. He was curious about how I published it, and I told him the steps I took to figure out how to do cover design, editing, layout, and...

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Resilient Kids Are Filled With Hope

Life can be hard for a kid. There’s no question that they face many challenges and stress, even if they shine academically or in sports. 

We want every kid to feel confident that their...

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Grit: The Best Predictor of Success

If you got to choose for your kid whether they were intelligent, talented, or resilient, what would you prioritize?

As parents of teenagers, we often find ourselves marveling at our children's...

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Authoritative Parenting: Research-Backed Best Parenting Style

I doubt you can believe it, but we left the hospital 17 years ago, almost to the day, with our brand new baby boy and ZERO instructions for what to do when we got home. They handed us a bag filled...

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When to Pull Your Kids Close

 

I’ve always been a sucker for Westerns, especially when you add my favorite actors, Kevin Costner, and Harrison Ford. I’m totally hooked on the Paramount+ shows Yellowstone and its...

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Telling Kids About Our Failures

 “Whoever tells the best story wins.” - John Quincy Adams

Anyone who’s been around a teenager for a significant amount of time understands how challenging it can be to...

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Teaching a Growth Mindset to Kids

When I was little, baseball was my singular passion. I even lobbied my parents to officially change my name to Steve, after my favorite baseball player Steve Sax. (They declined). I still...

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The Importance of Family Traditions

When I was growing up, although we weren’t religious, we held onto many traditions. Besides holidays and celebrations, our most consistent tradition was being together for a family dinner....

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For years we’ve been studying what a young person needs in order to transition into a healthy, thriving adulthood.  

They're uncommon sense ideas, really.

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