It's okay sometimes for your kids to be disappointed. I’m talking about this morning is that when the kids get older and they get out there's gonna be an an area of disappointment that they're going to experience and if they don't experience some level of disappointment today they're not going to be able handle it as adults.
I just want to tell you parents don't beat yourself up today. If there's things that you can't do for your kids and I really see this a lot in in guys that our coach today that have done very very well financially and they think well because I've done well financially I've got to give my kid everything that they want. That is not true! I can just tell you right now that is not true! I want you to give your kids the things that you think that they need and things that they don't need, don't give it to them. I don't care how much money you've got because you're not doing yourself or the kid any favor whatsoever and giving them everything that they want, that's just not reality. That's not what life is going to do for them long term. If you don't teach them to deal with disappointment today, they won't be able to deal with
disappointment as an adult.