As you know our Art Of Masculinity retreat is focused around helping men live more fully and more responsibly as husbands, partners and fathers. Because I care so deeply about the role that men have with their families, I happen to know someone who can take this conversation in a very important direction.
Scott Carr is a friend of mine, and along with being a ‘solo father’ to 3 daughters, he is a mindset educator and high performance coach for both parents and youth. Scott is passionate about helping parents learn from his own challenging experiences, how to become more important to their child(ren) than their phone. As we are raising kids in an instant gratification and entertainment - based society, Scott teaches crucial 'modern parenting skills' that help parents immediately build connection with their children and understand more deeply the tech heavy world that they populate.
From Scott’s client’s stories, he knows that parents often are living ‘blurred’ lives where parenting, work and personal time all seem to converge and where doubt, anxiety and un-needed drama takes root. Scott knows that parents are more stressed out and fearful than they ever have been, and that we habitually pass doubt and anxiety along to our children without even knowing it.
In his FREE training series, Scott walks you through the key aspects to how you can reduce conflict and drama in your home, by learning how to listen from your heart, and exactly how to build trust and respect, and foster independence in your child(ren).
Because we are also concerned with what our children access online, Scott has some great tips to help you know their online world better, and how to encourage your child(ren) to be more responsible with their digital activities.
To get Scott’s FREE training, all you have to do is click here, and enter your first name and email and Scott will send the videos directly to your inbox. Once you opt in, its best to check your email right away and click through to be able to confirm your subscription to his free training.
I know that you won’t want to miss Scott’s free training called "4 Simple Steps to Reduce Drama in the Home and Become More Important To Your Child Than Their Phone” so go ahead and -> click here for this cutting edge video series.
Thanks for listening, and for taking action.
Divorce seems to have become fashionable and in many ways acceptable. However what do the statistics say about Divorce? If you look at societies social problems at least 90 percent of them can be linked back to divorce in the family. Children from broken homes are 9 times more likely to commit crimes, than those who still live there parents. Children in repeat divorces are less able to socialize in settings like school and groups, earning lower grades than their peers, and are less pleasant to be around. 40 percent of families being raised are fatherless, which beckons the questions, who are their role models. Learn more and watch Bob's video on "Divorce hurts children."