In this episode, Larry Hagner delves into the glaring absence of comprehensive education on what makes a marriage successful, and the trials many couples face as a result of this deficiency in knowledge and skills. Larry turns the spotlight on his own marriage, expressing his heartfelt gratitude as he crosses the two-decade milestone. Additionally, Larry touches upon the escalating divorce rates and explores whether a lack of these crucial skills might be a major contributing factor.
Jason Reid is a successful businessman, coach for CEOs, and founder of over 20 businesses. He is also the founder of the Tell My Story foundation, a nonprofit organization aimed at educating and empowering parents to support their children’s mental health struggles.
David Hurwitt is a highly successful sales and marketing leader, brings his extensive expertise to the Dad Edge podcast as he discusses how to make college choices easier for kids and parents. As the driving force behind Troove, David has revolutionized the higher education selection process by harnessing the predictive power of experience.
Titania Jordan and Chris McKenna “What if we cared as much about the safety of our young people in digital spaces as much as we did in physical spaces.” – Chris McKenna. The internet world in relatively new realm in which prying eyes can weave their way into our children’s lives even more so…
Break free of your trauma cycles and become who you were meant to become. Dr. Nicole LePera about how to do the work when it comes to resolving childhood traumas, dealing with anxiety, building resiliency, and becoming a greater example for our children.
What are the best ways to build mental resilience?
Ben Aldridge is the bestselling author of How to be Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable: 43 Weird & Wonderful Ways to Build a Strong, Resilient Mindset.
In this episode, Ben explains how to plan mental, physical, and skill-based challenges that will accelerate our growth and develop a tolerance for being uncomfortable.
Are you ready to get uncomfortable and build a more resilient mindset?