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Who Is Your Role Model?

Posted by Aaron Walker on Sep 16, 2019 11:28:14 AM

Who are you as an individual? How do you represent yourself? Are the things that you do unconsciously or consciously represent you as a good role model? We are a role model whether we like it or not. If we're doing life together my question to you today is, is what role model are you? What activities are you doing in your life that are instrumental in family members, your children, your peers, your colleagues, those people at work that are watching?

Topics: Life Coaching, Accountability, character, Family, community, relationships, success, significance, Priorities, Parenting, commitment, persistent, consistent, move forward, blueprint, preparation, integrity, discpline, clarity, reputation, development, selfdevelopment

Always Kiss Me Goodnight

Posted by Aaron Walker on Sep 13, 2019 10:19:55 AM

You can make all the money you want, you can be as successful as you want, you can impress everybody, you can own whatever but if your family is not right, it's all useless. That is why I talk about the family about 75% more times than I do business.
 
Robin has a sign that sits on her nightstand and it says ""always kiss me goodnight."" So for 37 years now, almost every day, every year of our marriage, about 99 and half percent of the time we always practice this.
 
The Bible teaches us not to go to bed at night letting the anger stay with you. You got to deal with it. And even though we've gone to bed some nights, we fight just like you do, no we're not perfect, but Robin always comes up to me and kisses me goodnight. Kind of softens the anger a little bit. We'll talk through it and work through it. It's important that we deal with things. There are other things in life that we dealt with that have been instrumenta but Robin has taken the lead role in this. She said it's not healthy for us to go to bed angry at night.
 
Guys I want you to honor your wife. Ladies, do the same to your husband. Maybe implement that strategy yourself and get that little sign so you can can have a great relationship. Don't go to bed angry. A lot of times people say well a good night sleep will do you good but I'm going to tell you, a good night sleep just let you be passive and you just sweep it undr the rug. And there will be a day that you'll deal with it. It will be a lot easier to deal with things that day.
 
Honor that covenant because it will pay huge dividends in the future. Our families are the most important relationships on the planet. So honor them well and I just want you to pay attention. Always kiss me goodnight and it will serve you well.

 

Topics: Life Coaching, Motivation, Accountability, Coaching, character, Marriage, Masterminds, Family, Balance, community, relationships, success, significance, Tips, Parenting, commitment, persistent, consistent, move forward, blueprint, preparation, integrity, discpline, clarity, reputation, development

How Is Your Journey?

Posted by Aaron Walker on Sep 11, 2019 10:00:00 AM

Life is about the journey. It’s not just about the pentacle. It's not just the summit, whatever that is for you. We're not spending the time, the effort and the energy with our families. Quit worrying about how long it takes you to get there. It’s called living life! It’s not all about the speed. It’s all about the relationships! Enjoy the journey!

"If you scale on relationships as much as we’re trying to scale our business, you have more money than you know!" - Aaron Walker

 

Topics: Life Coaching, Accountability, Business Coaching, Family, community, relationships, success, significance, Priorities, Tips, Parenting, commitment, persistent, consistent, move forward, blueprint, preparation, integrity, discpline, clarity, reputation, development, selfdevelopment

When Was The Last Time You Told Your Children That You Were Proud Of Them?

Posted by Aaron Walker on Aug 30, 2019 11:41:51 AM

Yesterday, we had ten couples at our house and we sat around talking about various topics related to the passage of the day. One of our conversations came up about confidence and self esteem. One of the ladies, 55 years old, sat there in tears and she said, you what?

My dad always expected me to be perfect and because of that, today my self esteem is low. Are you the same kind of parent? Would you like your children to say the same thing when they reach 55 years old? When was the last time you told your children you're proud of them? This is just one the things you can do RIGHT NOW. Watch the video and listen to more tips on how not to be the same kind of parent of that 55 year old lady.

 

Topics: Life Coaching, Motivation, Accountability, character, Family, Fun, relationships, success, significance, Priorities, Tips, Parenting, commitment, persistent, consistent, move forward, preparation, integrity, discpline, development, selfdevelopment

It’s OK Occasionally For Your Children To Be Disappointed

Posted by Aaron Walker on Aug 16, 2019 10:00:00 AM

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.

Topics: Life Coaching, Accountability, character, Family, Balance, relationships, success, significance, Priorities, Tips, Parenting, commitment, persistent, consistent, move forward, blueprint, preparation, integrity, discpline, clarity, development

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