Can Your Family Life be Better? I Mean, Really Better?
Last week, I enjoyed an amazing Spring Training experience I’ll never forget. It’s memorable, of course, because I was watching the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs four times at three different parks and taking in many Arizona sights, including a tour of Chase field.
However, the biggest, most impacting take-away is the time I spent with a good friend and his parents. These folks are the very definition of what you might call “good people.” They’re much more than that, though, and they went out of their way to make me feel as much like a part of their family as they would for their real family members.
This time made me mindful of my own family and the type of family we strive to be. Of course, I’ve never been one to keep it a secret that my family is the most important thing to me in this world, But I still have to ask myself an important question…
Could your family life be better?
Everyone Agrees that Family Life is Important – but Do They Show Live It?
I’m betting most people say family is the most important thing in their lives, too. If that’s the case, then it makes sense we would do absolutely everything possible to develop our families into being, doing, and having our very best. Most of us would probably say we’re “doing okay” as a family. But, I think — if we’re honest — we all know we could do better.
And it’s hard to know where to start.
That’s why I am super excited to share with you a great way to get your family focused on what really matters. It’s a FREE program from the Ziglar Family called the “7-Day Family Challenge.”
Launching today, Mark Timm, CEO of Ziglar Family, and his team are bringing videos from one of seven different, leading, family experts to your inbox each day. These experts are sharing their proven, practical advice to help your family experience 7 specific “wins” in just 7 days!
The Videos Coming From Leading, Family Life Focused Experts
- Dr. Gary Chapman – on the topic of relationships
- Michael & Gail Hyatt – on the topic of communication
- Dr. Josh Axe – on the topic of physical health + a GREAT smoothie recipe!
- Tony Dungy – on the topic of work/life balance
- Brian Buffini – on the topic of community
- Dave Ramsey – on the topic of finances
- and Zig Ziglar’s own children – Cindy, Julie, and Tom – on the topic of spirituality/faith.
This challenge is a free, fun, and highly motivating experience that is going to help so many of today’s families enjoy a more fulfilling family life. I hope yours is one of them!
About Chad Gramling
Chad Gramling makes his home in Indiana with his wife and three daughters. He's the founder and primary blogger at 1Glories, a vision cast onto his heart and detailed in Listen Up Kids: Foolish Dreams, Syncing with God & Running to Win.