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Raw Testimonial. Is Accountability Important?

Posted by Aaron Walker on Jul 26, 2021 9:00:00 AM

When we start thinking that we got it all figured out, we can get into trouble. There are hard questions that an accountability group only can ask. Get into an accountability group now!

 

Topics: Life Coaching, Motivation, Accountability, Coaching, Masterminds, Balance, Community, Relationships, Success, Significance, Priorities, Tips, Commitment, Move Forward, Blueprint, Discipline, Clarity, Development, Self Development, Decisions, Crossroads, Encouragement, Leadership, RoadMap, Communication, Trusted Advisor, fingerprint, Truth, Evaluation, Purpose, Investment, Journey

I Literally Spent Thousands Of Dollars That Have Not Cost Me A Cent

Posted by Aaron Walker on Jan 27, 2021 9:00:00 AM

Do you want to be a national brand like my friend and hero, Dan Miller? Attend conferences. But let me tell you, the magic does not happen in the conference room, not when the speaker talk, it happens outside the hall, during coffee or lunch breaks. Believe me, it's true!

 

 

Topics: Motivation, Coaching, Career, Community, Success, Significance, Priorities, Commitment, Preparation, Discipline, Clarity, Development, Decisions, Wisdom, Encouragement, RoadMap, Growth, Determination, Mission, Experience

How To Be A Servant Leader In Your Family

Posted by Aaron Walker on Dec 28, 2020 9:00:00 AM

Leadership is a topic that is usually discussed in a business or work context, but today I want to talk to you about leadership within the family. Let me share my thoughts with you on how you can be a ‘Servant Leader’ in your family. The word ‘Servant Leadership’ makes some of us uncomfortable because it sounds like we are being asked to act as a doormat for other people or as if we are being asked to play the role of ‘the nice guy’, who is weak and taken advantage of by everyone.

But that is far from the truth. Servant leadership is about being a real man. It is one of the most powerful forms of leadership where you serve your family with unconditional love, going the last mile for your wife, exercising authority with compassion, putting your family’s needs ahead of yours, taking leadership decisions without thinking about your own agenda, doing the right things that need to be done and leading your family to a good place.

 

Topics: Motivation, Accountability, Coaching, Character, Marriage, Family, Balance, Relationships, Success, Priorities, Tips, Parenting, Commitment, Preparation, Discipline, Clarity, Development, Self Development, Decisions, Crossroads, Encourage, Encouragement, Father, Father Figure, Influence, Legacy

My Teenager is Having Sex And I Don't Know What To Do.

Posted by Aaron Walker on Nov 18, 2020 9:30:00 AM

 

Twenty years ago, my eldest just started driving. While I was teaching her I asked her to speed up until both of us are nervous. I wasn't even sure how fast we were going! And then I asked her to slow down. She asked me why I asked her to do that, and I answered because I want her to know what it will do. I took the mystery out of that driving experience, which could get her into trouble. Since then Brooke has not gotten any speeding ticket.

This past week, one of the Mastermind members came to the group and told us his teenage daughter is having sex. It broke our hearts. Listen, I am not casting stones at anyone. Dads, I am talking to you! We can do preventive measures to avoid this. Moms, you're very important.

We used to go to the mountains once a year and I remove my dad hat off. I made it comfortable for them to to talk about anything. And yes, we talked about sex. I didn't make them feel it's taboo! I didn't tell them "Go talk to your Mom!"
I remember I talked to them one at a time. I told them, "no man on the planet is going to tell you the truth like I will about the topic of sex." So I told them what men are thinking, what they will say that are all lies. I gave them a book, Every Man's Battle because I want them to understand how a man thinks.

My point is, we have to open the conversation to talk to our kids. Men, never again should you tell them to talk to your wife about things that you can.

Keep in mind, you also need to be a good model.
God entrusted us our kids to teach them. Take time. Open up a dialogue.
An interesting statistics, the number one deterrent to avoid teenage sex is having dinner together as a family.

So, even if it's uncomfortable, we have to tell them the truth.

 

Topics: Accountability, Coaching, Family, Relationships, Significance, Priorities, Tips, Parenting, Commitment, Blueprint, Preparation, Discipline, Clarity, Decisions, Wisdom, Encouragement, Father, Father Figure, Guide, Communication, Trusted Advisor, Advice, Truth

How To Get Things Done, Strategy #1

Posted by Aaron Walker on Nov 11, 2020 9:30:00 AM

Do you have projects that you need to accomplish and you don't know where to start? Check out my tips that can help you move from where you are to where you want to be.

First one on my list, break down your vision into smaller goals!

When you have a big goal, you might think it is good to work on the entire task list and get it all done quickly. But the best approach is to break your vision down into smaller chunks and execute them in parts. This ensures incremental progress towards getting the job done without any procrastination.

Want to know the rest of the tips?

Head HERE.

 

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