Wondering Thoughts 6.30.2017 One typical day in a life of a W@H Nomad

One Typical Day You can relate... Woke up around 7:30 in the morning after hearing a loud argument between my mother and some caregiver. To appease both parties, I helped carry my 89-year-old mother to her wheelchair. Grabbed a cheese sandwich, worked on my laundry and house choirs. Charged both my Android device and Dell Desktop.…Read more Wondering Thoughts 6.30.2017 One typical day in a life of a W@H Nomad

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#GirlsRock: An Interview with Freelance Copywriter Annie Maguire

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I found Annie Maguire in a magazine article.

cd-interviewsTrue story. She’s one of those people you hear stories about. People who quit their 9-to-5 to forge a life on their own terms. Then, she wrote a book about it. Also, she incorporated the word badass into the subtitle, which of course, is badass.

Annie’s story happens where talent, drive, and resourcefulness collide. Today, she’s here to tell about her journey, for #GirlsRock.

#GirlsRock is an occasional series here on Coach Daddy that spotlights women who do cool stuff. Annie definitely qualifies. Her background runs parallel with mine in content marketing – only she absolutely slayed it.

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Wondering Thoughts -Time and a Tale of Two Boy’s 6.26.2017

A New Beginning Can you recall the first time you graduated from college or a program? You hear yourself and fellow students. Screaming in delight? Screaming at the top your lungs like in the epic movie of Mel Gibson Braveheart. -FREEDOM!!! Freedom from assignments, freedom from school projects, freedom from waking up early in the…Read more Wondering Thoughts -Time and a Tale of Two Boy’s 6.26.2017

A Biblical Perspective of Achievement

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These thoughts emerged as a personal response to the controversial Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother by Yale Law professor Amy Chua who pushed her daughters to excel in ways that earned her praise and censure. She writes: I do believe that we in America can ask more of children than we typically do, and they will not only respond to the challenge, but thrive. I think we should assume strength in our children, not weakness. My grapplings found their way into a magazine article that studies the Biblical roots Christians might do well to lay down in their quest for achievement. The question that I realized has been little discussed in the Church applies not just to parents or homeschoolers but to all Christians seeking excellence in their calling.

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Before the Homeschooling
Homeschooling opens a family to freedom in style and pace not viable in schools. Free rein in…

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What if I fall?

Love the way you write. Hope you don’t mind if I share your work. Have a pleasant week ahead of you Cristian! Vaya Con Dios.

Cristian Mihai

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“What if I fall?” 
“Oh my darling, what if you fly?”

Do you ever ask yourself if you like the person you are? If you are who you’ve always wanted to be? Do you know who you want to be?

To be honest, it wasn’t until a few weeks ago that I realized who I really wanted to be. I want to be that guy who tells people they can fly. I want to see the magic they have stored up in their hearts for so long. And I want to make them see it, I want to make them use it. Because, truth be told, falling is just another way to fly.

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