The art of winning and losing. It’s hard to teach, painful to watch someone experience, but at the end of the day it’s an incredibly important skill for everyone to learn.
Being able to use your brain in imaginative ways helps with problem solving, creating experiences, and even creating result goals.
A Collection Introduction | The Story Teller | The Chief Fun Officer | The Work Ethic Creator | The Imaginationer | The Sportsmanshipper | The Parenter I consider myself and my wife to be hardworking people. I very much like that quality about ourselves. When I mentally went through the Unwritten Parent Manual my parentsContinue reading “Parent Role 3: The Work Ethic Creator”
A Collection Introduction | The Story Teller | The Chief Fun Officer | The Work Ethic Creator | The Imaginationer | The Sportsmanshipper | The Parenter Fun is universally relatable. Joking, tickling, playing, anything that generates laughter just had to be a pillar of the Watkins house. Having fun and being happy are positive winningContinue reading “Parent Role 2: The CFO or the Chief Fun Officer”
One of the first chapters in the unwritten Parent Manual passed on from my parents was the art of story telling.
In place of the parent manual I did not get at the hospital, I had this from my parents…
When you work for yourself you wear your passion on your sleeve.
Have you ever had butterflies in your stomach before a big match or test or a thing? Well, I had that for an idea.
By February 2003 I had to make a decision. Do I sell financial services…
Getting fired is never fun. But sometimes a life changing experience awaits.