Relationships are hard work. Two people making a life long commitment to each other, what could go wrong? Add kids to the mix and we're all doomed.
We share a few of our experiences and thoughts on making the best go you can at marriage and parenting. We are not professionals. We are nominal parents.
Perhaps one of the most important keys to parenting is realizing that you and your partner are different. You already knew this but nothing brings out what you love and hate about your partner like marriage and especially parenting.
How we work through our differences is key to our long term success. How we disagree is more important than when we agree as the process of working through that is what makes us stronger.
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Trust is important for leaders as well as employees. Trust is important at every level. At the core of trust is doing what you say you are going to do. If you can be trustworthy and build a team of trustworthy members, you will have a strong culture.
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What insights could a third grader have that are applicable to successful recruitment and hiring of candidates? You might be surprised on how much you can learn from a child.
What are some of the most important things that someone can think about when assessing a employee candidate. Lola ties recruitment and hiring the right team members to building your customer base.
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Parenting: Kids in the bed 🛏
📺 No wonder parents are tired and cranky.
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Parenting truths. Parents complain about being tired and cranky. Maybe it's because parents are letting their kids sleep in their beds? Kids are terrible bed companions as they kick you in the head and fart on you. Children should not be allowed in parent's beds. Perhaps if this rule were followed then parents would not be as tired. Raise your children so that you can enjoy living life with them.
You can see and read more of our parenting adventures and tips from IZ Farmin.
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