Trina Schmidt and Louisa Henley are the creators of the Fulfillment Scale, where you learn where you are at on your personal growth journey, how to recognize growth, and how you reach daily fulfillment in everything you do. Their mission is to connect people’s hearts and now share their method of ‘Time-ins’ with everyone so they don’t have to walk the journey alone.
Richard Ziegler, a 47-year-old entrepreneur and father of 10 children joined Larry today and shared some lessons he learned from his first long-term relationship of 20 years and his second relationship with his current wife and their 10 children.
Today we check The Dad Edge Mailbox and answer some questions like:
Is it possible to have a fulfilling and passionate marriage after the kids?
How do we keep things fresh and exciting over the years and even decades?
In this world of busyness, how can we accomplish everything we want to do?
What are the skills we need to learn to become the parents our kids can always rely on?
Learn these secrets and more in this quick episode!
When we become fathers, we have to take charge of caring for our families. We must step up and provide for them, protect them, and lead them. This makes fatherhood an opportunity to become our best selves, but we can’t show up if we don’t invest in our physical, mental, and intellectual wellbeing.
He talks about how he and his wife overcome the most difficult obstacles, how he got out of his dad bod rut by losing 40 pounds, and how he steps off the hamster wheel of busyness to make time for self-care.
Stephen Mansfield is here today to talk about how we’ve lost the lore of men, why we need a band of brothers, and the skillset needed to form relationships that will help us become our best selves.
Guilt. So many of us walk around with guilt and it’s crippling. We feel guilty handing over our time and resources. We feel guilty about too much time with work. We have no time for friends. We even feel guilty for reading a book. Life is centered around family and work. We feel like me must be everything to every single person until we become nothing and no one to ourselves. Find out how we need to let this guilt go in order to become better husbands, fathers, and men.