Good parents set good examples for their children … and it begins with character. We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment: what do Larry Winget and Chris Widener mean by the term, “real men?” It may or may not be what you think. That and more on today’s show.
Bob’s Thought of the Day
- My favorite “Dad story” and what it taught me about character, the power of respect, and doing the right thing.
- Why a real man sets an example through what he says and does, but mainly through who he is.
- A saying my Dad had on one of his office walls: “To have a body does not make one a man. To have a child does not make one a parent.”
Interview with Larry Winget and Chris Widener
- The story of why the “How to be a Real Man” Podcast was created.
- How Larry and Chris define a “real man.”
- Larry’s and Chris’ take on my Dad’s saying from the first segment.
- Why men need to be reminded of the values of integrity, honesty, and discipline.
- The need for men to get together with other men and talk about “guy stuff.”
- The importance of the parents taking responsibility for modeling the right behavior.
- Four principles of leadership from Chris’ book Leadership Rules: You get what you…
1) expect; 2) model; 3) reward; 4) work for.
- Details about their special conference coming up Oct. 27, 2018.
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