Episode 41 Christie Thomas on Helping Kids Overcome Worry

At a young age, kids start to worry. They typically worry about things like grades, tests, their changing bodies, fitting in with friends, getting hurt, or whether or not they'll make the team. Thankfully, parents can help kids face their fears and tackle worry with intention. In this episode we’ll talk about the simple steps parents can take to help their kids overcome worry plus the role stories can play in shaping your family’s culture.

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Episode 40 Barb Roose on How Worry and Anxiety Affect a Family’s Culture

Science has proven that feeling connected is a human need. Families with a high degree of connection are more engaged, more productive, and more rooted in their shared values. It’s that secret ingredient that make us feel like we are a part of something special. In this episode talking about why connection is so important and the three ways we can connect with our family members.

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Episode 39 Clare Hooper on How to Connect with Your Children

Science has proven that feeling connected is a human need. Families with a high degree of connection are more engaged, more productive, and more rooted in their shared values. It’s that secret ingredient that make us feel like we are a part of something special. In this episode talking about why connection is so important and the three ways we can connect with our family members.

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Episode 38 Darren Brazil on How to Teach Your Kids What You Want Them to Know

Driving culture is primarily a teaching function. If you don’t know what you are teaching, you won't do it well. That’s why taking the time to map out your family’s culture, values, and vision for the future is crucial. It creates a curriculum for the way you will do life. In this episode we are talking with someone who is created a podcast to pass down to his children the things he wants them to know.

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Episode 37 Lynn Cowell and Raising Brave and Confident Teen Girls

Young girls have a tendency to size themselves up, measure themselves and decide who’s inferior or superior to them. It’s awful. It keeps them from being their best selves and enjoying the life they’ve been given. Whether we feel better or worse about ourselves after the comparison, it rarely leads to joy. On the podcast we are talking about how we can help our kids break free from comparison and embrace who they were created to be.

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Episode 36 Nathan Whitaker and Creating a Winning Family Team

The definition of a team is “more than one person working together toward a common goal.” The dictionary makes it sound easy, but I know from experience that teamwork in a family can be difficult. Today we will be talking about why teamwork is vital to a healthy culture plus we'll be interviewing someone who has had a front row to watch how teamwork can change the game.

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Episode 35 Building Family Culture Through Rituals, and Traditions, and Rites of Passage

Culture whether in an organization or family is made up of instinctive, repetitive habits, and emotional responses. One of the most common ways an organization does that is through rituals. And just like in an organization, culture is not created by a one-off team-building exercise and a good orientation day, but in the rituals, and traditions, and rites of passage that are practiced by its people.

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Episode 32 Kristin Schell on Creating Connection in Your Neighborhood

Opening up our lives to others can seem scary, but it doesn't have to be. Just like simple steps over time can change the culture of your home they can also change the culture of your neighborhood. If you are looking to love your neighbors and but aren't sure where to start, this episode will inspire and equip you to take action towards creating a connection with others and building the community where you live.

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Episode 31 Rorke Denver and What a Navy SEAL Can Teach us About Family Culture

A strong intentionally created culture is a game changer in organizations, ministry, and home. It can determine whether you fail or succeed, achieve your goals or miss the mark. In the military it’s the difference between life and death. If you are not convinced that culture matters, this episode with persuade you otherwise.

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Episode 30 Mary Flo Ridley and How To Talk To Your Kids About Sex

A healthy family culture is marked by openness. The ability to talk with one another, and ask questions without the fear of shame in all areas including sex! Even those with a strong family culture may shy away from this topic. Today’s episode will shift your thinking about when, how, and what you say about the important subject.

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Episode 27 One Word Can Change The Way You Navigate The Holiday Season

Thanksgiving and Christmas are quickly approaching. Most people I know either look forward to this season or dread it. Guess what? I dread it. Well not really, but sort of! That was until we found a way to focus and simplify or holiday experience. It changed the way we approach the holidays and we know it will change the way you approach yours.

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