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Book Review: The Relevance of Good Parenting in Business

Posted on January 6, 2015. Book Review from Footdown. A collection of one hundred and one stories from around the world, Paul Smith’s latest book ‘Parenting with a Story’ transcends cultural difference and defies its narrowly focused title in its narrative exploration of 27 moral values. Avoiding the self-righteous disdain of a critical parent, the [read more]

Book Review – Using Stories to Teach and Inspire Your Children

from the Family Focus Blog An expert trainer in leadership and storytelling techniques, Paul Smith has found that stories are not only a powerful tool for engaging and motivating employees. A dedicated father of two, Paul routinely relies on stories to help his sons find solutions to challenges, from bouncing back from failure to dealing with bullies, [read more]

Book Review – Parenting With A Story

from Dad of Divas’ Reviews My Take on the BookAs someone that only uses stories occasionally with my kids, I really learned a lot from the author. As I was reading through this book I started to really think about what I could do to better use my own experiences to help my kids to [read more]

Episode 4: The fight every newlywed couple should have

Meet a newlywed couple in Venezuela whose first argument turned into a family tradition that’s now bringing the power of compromise to a third generation.  

Episode 3: Talking behind her back in France

Meet a French soldier outside Paris who stuck his foot in his mouth, and learned a painfully awkward lesson about how not to speak of someone behind their back.

Episode 2: Self-reliance in Missouri

Meet a 9-year-old boy from small town Missouri who learned a life-changing lesson about self reliance.  

Episode 1: Finding the Courage to Pursue Your Dreams

This story of an 80-year-old man and his 75-year-old dream will help you (and your loved ones) finally muster the courage to pursue your dreams.

Episode 4: Three words from a West Point cadet that define commitment

From former P&G CEO, Bob McDonald, three simple words from a freshman cadet at West Point can help you hold your organization more accountable and build commitment to your goals.

Episode 3: Finding passion in who you serve

Not excited about what you do? Guest Dan Dorr (Hewlett-Packard) shares a lesson from Dollar General’s CEO that can help you or your organization maintain passion for your work.