Tag Archive: “parenting”

Aaron Guyett’s Thoughts and Opinions on Books Read in First Quarter of 2018

January 12, 2019 at 5:09 PM – Written By

First off, I am not claiming to know more than anyone, or be a authoritative resource on what books you need to read. I choose books based on 7 main topics: Christian discipleship, Christian apologetics, World and Historical Religions, Philosophy, Science (emphasis on kinesiology, physiology, anatomy, neuroscience, and biology…but physics, astronomy, cosmology, and other sciences... Read Article

The Power of Storytelling as a Leader, Educator, and Parent

January 12, 2019 at 5:03 PM – Written By

The Power of Storytelling as a Leader, Educator, and Parent The story is the most powerful method of leading, teaching, educating and instructing. It was used before recorded history, and is still used today, as the most effective tool in a leaders toolbox. Check out this video where I break down the power of storytelling... Read Article

Keep It Super Simple when Developing Other Leaders

January 12, 2019 at 4:55 PM – Written By

K.I.S.S. Keep It Super Simple when Developing Other Leaders My daughter had it right. If you can explain it in a stick figure drawing than you have perfected the simplicity of the concept. When leaders just try to get followers, they can afford to be super complex, and confusing, but if you are trying to... Read Article

Finding Joy When Joy is Hard to Find

January 12, 2019 at 4:44 PM – Written By

I am a task-oriented, highly pragmatic, and seriously focused Marine/Leader of Leaders, but even the most serious people deserve joy in their lives. I was challenged by a coach and friend, Angelo Sisco of Alpha Hippie to practice more celebrating in order to experience more joy. It probably would not have been challenged if I... Read Article

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