Don’t Be Mr. Bill Shenk-Instructions For Passive Husbands

In the movie “Cheaper By The Dozens” a character by the name Bill Shenk, played by Alan Ruck, is the husband of Tina Shenk and also the father of Dylan Shenk. He is far kinder and nicer than Tina and actually likes the Bakers. He hates Tina being rude to the Bakers and being overprotectiveContinue reading “Don’t Be Mr. Bill Shenk-Instructions For Passive Husbands”

Richard Sherman, CTE, Racism and Trevor Bauer’s curveball

Today join us as we discuss the recent mental health news of San Francisco football player Richard Sherman. We’ll also cover ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith’s racist(?)gaffe about MLB phenom Shohei Ohtani and of course, we can’t leave without delving into the abuse allegations involving pitcher Trevor Bauer and his uncontrollable fetish.

Servant Leadership Beyond…

Today cohost Jamiere Abney dissects servant leadership, a concept often associated with Christian thought-leaders and corporate management executives to encourage their subordinates and mentees to cultivate and develop people through their own service. Not too long ago The Barbershop Group shared some words from the founder about leadership as many men still desire to beContinue reading “Servant Leadership Beyond…”

Five Ways To Be A Great Dad

If you’re like many fathers who are engaged in present parenting or want to get better at relating to your kids and raising them, you probably have a list of things that are part of your core parenting values. You may have gotten some of these from your father, stepfather, an uncle, a grandfather orContinue reading “Five Ways To Be A Great Dad”

How To Show Love To Our Kids

There are a few core things fathers can do to show their children that they love them. When done regularly and sincerely, these actions also show children how to exhibit loving traits in their own relationships with family members, friends and future spouses. See if you recognize any of these practices in your own lives.Continue reading “How To Show Love To Our Kids”

Humility, Habits and Rituals

If you want to be the best at what you do, if you want to succeed at virtually anything in life, you need to be able to execute using habits and rituals. Why did former NBA point guard John Stockton visit a chiropractor four times a day? Karl Malone believed in habits and rituals, evenContinue reading “Humility, Habits and Rituals”

Get Friends Who Motivate You

“MAKE A CONSCIOUS EFFORT TO SURROUND YOURSELF WITH POSITIVE, NOURISHING, AND UPLIFTING PEOPLE – PEOPLE WHO BELIEVE IN YOU, ENCOURAGE YOU TO GO AFTER YOUR DREAMS, AND APPLAUD YOUR VICTORIES.” – JACK CANFIELD What’s better than your own personal cheerleading squad? Surrounding yourself with positive people throughout your life will provide you exactly that. TheyContinue reading “Get Friends Who Motivate You”

What Men Want: Tackling Sexual Perceptions

Let’s be honest, women don’t know everything about men and men have tried like hell to get women to listen without making assumptions or lumping them altogether. Many women want to know why older men seem less interested in relationships and less motivated to make sexual advances. Men are now speaking out about their realContinue reading “What Men Want: Tackling Sexual Perceptions”

ABCs of Eliminating Debt

Between a mortgage, car loan, student loans, credit cards, and medical bills, debt can get out of control before you realize what’s happening. Whether your debt stems from a job loss, unexpected expenses, or overspending, it’s possible to reduce and eventually eliminate it.  Tackling your debt takes time and effort, but combining strategies and stayingContinue reading “ABCs of Eliminating Debt”

Romance For The Common Man

After a long period of time, the passion in a marriage or a long term relationship can begin to fade. Keep the flame alive with these ten ways to romance your wife. Read The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts by Gary Chapman You can find out more about your own Love Language byContinue reading “Romance For The Common Man”