Avoiding hubris keeps us parents hungry, innovative, humble, and focused on our clients. Uh, we mean, kids.
After 6 years of always having his son at his side, a father mourns and celebrates the life transition that awaits this autumn for both.
What we worry most about in kids — lack of face-to-face connection, inability to speak publicly, etc. — may not matter in the nerd future.
It seems everyone is a hero these days. Here’s the thing. I believe most of those folks would say that they are just doing their job.
Talking this way to kids about being unemployed can easier, more understandable and leave you and your kids hopeful and more optimistic.
Movember Conversations offers practical guidance on talking to those hurting because of job loss, social isolation and family pressure.