“I can’t think of a better way to honor and remember a man whose entire life was dedicated to making life better for anyone he could.”
“No work is meaningless, no job mundane. When we seek to do our work, whatever it may be, with a heart of joy, even scrubbing toilets can touch an entire nation.”
“I feel like folks wonder what I do all day. I even catch myself assuming my own husband doubts the authenticity of me being ‘a stay at home mom.’”
“‘Men don’t just quit their jobs, Brad… they find something else first and they stick it out. That’s just what adults do.’ She was worried because I wasn’t.”
“Parents, we are failing our children! Provide them with what is truly and deeply good for them, instead of highly stimulating quick fixes.”
Parents, our children’s “misbehaviors” are symptoms of a much deeper problem that can’t be ignored any longer.
Work ethic is similar to a muscle. It can be strengthened with proper training, or weakened with misuse. The good news is that you can improve your child’s work ethic. Here’s how: