My Uncle Robert used to say …
“Sean, every generation should be better off than the one before.”
As much as I believe my late uncle’s words to be true, it doesn’t always work that way.
Usually, the circumstances and conditions of life remain indistinguishable from generation to generation.
For many of us, we were never told that it was okay to shoot for the stars. To raise our standards. To outshine our parents.
Instead we duplicated and conformed to exactly what we saw and heard was possible for our lives.
Despite learning these limits in childhood, many of us still accept them as indisputable facts. Consequently, yet another generation remains the same as before. Until someone makes a conscious choice to create something new.
Today on the podcast, we’re kicking off a 5-day Super Kids Series, featuring some of the best advice you’ll ever hear on how to raise strong, resilient, and successful children.
Steve Harvey leads things off with a quick story about grasshoppers and how YOU can “take the lid’ off of your children’s potential. You can find today’s full clip here.
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