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Go with Purpose at Work and at Home

Sometimes it seems our culture is built around the bottom line: What have you done for me lately? often comes well ahead of Good morning! Not only at work but sometimes at home too. Everything is itemized, counted, evaluated, and stacked up for comparison. But purposeful, balanced people tend to experience

Locker Room Talk – Session 6

Locker Room Sessions

Last week (12/10/2015), in our Locker Room session we briefly discussed a few different topics: The Father's Role The Ideal Father What Kind of Father and Partner am I? Benefits of Marriage Notes During an exercise on "the Benefits of Marriage"... We learned that marriage is great for men and their physical, social, mental, and financial health. Marriage is

Mark Your Calendar!

There will be fun activities for Dads and their child(ren), refreshments, music and more! This is an event you don't want to miss! Combine Activities include: QB Throw Tied Ladder Race Ball Toss Standing Long Jump Partner 40 Yard Dash How to RSVP for this event: Click here to RSVP and get more information!

4 Ideas for Making Christmas Meaningful

Life is busy, we all know that. It’s especially busy when there are children in the house. The fact is, December can be full-on frantic for families, and holiday plans often get bulldozed into the trite routines we all find ourselves stuck in. What we need are some meaningful Christmas

Locker Room Talk – Session 5

Locker Room Sessions

Last week (12/03/2015), in our Locker Room session we briefly discussed a few different topics: Communication Ways to Communicate Talking to Children Notes During an exercise on "the Benefits of Marriage"... We learned that there 3 styles of communication: Fight or Flight or Freeze Defensive/Closed Open for Change What posture are in most often with the mother of your child(ren)? With your child(ren)? This week

4 Necessities of Showing Kindness

4 Necessities of Showing Kindness TAGS Author Leo Buscaglia once wrote about a contest he was asked to judge. The purpose of the contest was to identify the most caring child. The winner was a four-year-old boy whose next door neighbor was an elderly man who had recently lost his

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