So I started this blog with a thought.
That dad’s are at war to feed and learn their sons. Period.
Then I thought of the movie Troy.
And I realized my life was under seige, not by my son but by my choices.
And this isn’t a soapbox I’m preaching from or a tale of woe. I’m happy as hell.
It was amusing to me that these ideas came together one after the other in 3 minutes.
Dad’s of War came to fruition a few days later.
Lastly, I encourage all Fathers to be DADS.
There is a big difference and your son will dig it and so will you.
Dads, pay attention.
Grow, learn. ASAP.
All credit due to authors and photogs.
“Simply making time for family dinner can go a long way, Bell explains in a TED talk: “Those who had regular dinner together as a family are 41% more likely to be happy and 43% more likely to earn over $100,000 a year.””
They plan out the day and write things down
“Those who maintain both a calendar and to-do list are 289 percent more likely to be millionaires, as compared with those who have no real set schedule,” writes Bell. He also found that successful people “document insights.”
Case in point: Self-made billionaires Bill Gates and Richard Branson are devoted note-takers. “When inspiration calls, you’ve got to capture it,” says Branson.
I’m sure my fellow dads working double shifts will dig this.
I work long days now so I can have my spouse at home with my son.
No nanny or daycare.
I grind so he can get that perfect love and care.
I also invest so that this can end one day soon.
I took my first residual check of 2017 and reinvested it.
Dads, build an empire!
DADS OF WAR!!!
I cosign this wholeheartedly!
I was born 3 decades ago, before Nintendo, after Atari.
And I had limited game time, after we did our homework and chores, but this will be a fun task for me as as Father