157: When to Play The Game, When to Break The Rules. Ultimatums. Making Co-workers’ Shape Up. Coping with Loss.

0:00:00 – Opening

0:09:48 – How to “play the game” but also break rules when needed.

0:22:00 – How to get better with taking smack talk among friends.

0:30:44 – Dealing with ultimatums.

0:38:18 – Dealing with family not being disciplined when you are.

0:50:08 – Expressing yourself vs. Normal Face.

0:57:15 – How to show co-workers they should have UNMITIGATED DISCIPLINE IN ALL THINGS.

1:09:24 – Seeking council with others while leading.

1:22:25 – How to deal with getting overwhelmed as a leader.

1:29:58 – How to deal with the loss of a child.

1:51:43 – Support: How to Stay On The Path.

2:10:29 – Closing Gratitude.

 

4 thoughts on “157: When to Play The Game, When to Break The Rules. Ultimatums. Making Co-workers’ Shape Up. Coping with Loss.”

  1. Keep up the great work! Funny Story- We have all of your books and read them to my 5 & 7 year old children regularly. My 5 year old son was being harassed on the playground by an obnoxious older kid. It started with avoidance and my son just trying to walk away. Shortly followed by him showing his frustration, then controlled anger. This kid was persistent , annoying, and having some fun. It was great to study my 5 year old’s response and watch how it was going to play out. Especially after finishing your book. Ultimately, my son called him a Plate Face, then punched him! Slightly different outcome from the book , but good times!

  2. I am curious if you have already set up a quick look up of common questions that people write in? Listening for a while I know you get a lot of the same or similar coming in often.

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