Kid Karma, Part 2: Let’s Go Goat!

Vaughn “Daddy, that Let’s Go Goat truck is the same color as yours!” Tucker “Let’s Go Goat? What’s a Let’s Go Goat truck?” Vaughn “It’s your truck.” Tucker “What are you talking about?” Vaughn “Your truck.” Tucker “Yes, I KNOW you are talking about my truck, but why are you calling it a Let’s Go…

Kid Karma

I knew this day was coming, but I didn’t expect it to come this early, or in this way. I recently got home from a trip, and my kids ran out to my car to meet me, skipping and jumping with “Granny is here with presents” energy. Bishop (boy, age 7) “MOMMY SAID YOU POOPED IN…

Lessons Learned, 151-160

Lesson Learned #151 The single best thing I did to improve my marketing and coaching was become a great listener. I can’t meet someone’s need until I’ve truly listened to what they say, and what it means. It’s the skill I don’t hear others talk about, but has been crucial for me. ‍ Lesson Learned…

Lessons Learned, 141-150

Lesson Learned #141 I’ve learned to be very wary of people who tell me what they say is not what they mean. ‍ Lesson Learned #142 When I was starting out, we had to say yes to almost everything. Now that we’re successful, we have to say no to almost everything. ‍ Lesson Learned #143…

Lessons Learned, 136-140

Lesson Learned #136 I’ve learned to not argue with people. Conflict seekers are anxious and unhappy and looking to push their emotions onto me (or anyone else). They have nothing to lose, but I do. ‍ Lesson Learned #137 I used to think the question was “Who do you want to be?” That was incorrect.…