Every family has their own set of dad-isms. Some are passed on for generations. Some we will never really know the original source of, but nonetheless, life wouldn’t be the same without them.
A few of ours include:
But, the one that always comes to mind as a piece of advice I value from my father is….
Learn as much as you can in as many different subjects as you can because the job you’re going to have in 20 years doesn’t exist today.
In that spirit, we reached out to our team and our friends on the interweb to ask for their favorite Fatherly Advice. Whether it was from their father or someone as important they came through with some excellent dad-isms.
Sweep in front of your own door until it’s clean there.
-Nancy Russell | Reception Manager at Twin Orchard Country Club
Where you hear of a lot of cherries, bring a small bowl.
-Stacey Kalamaras |Trademark | Copyright | Advertising Attorney
Your results will reflect the time and effort you spend on the matter at hand.
– Gary Rubin | CFO Simplified
Whatever you do give 100% – unless you’re donating blood!
– Sel Bayhack | CFO Simplified
Treat people the way you want to be treated.
-Aimee Kuelling | CFO Simplified
If you haven’t had a major failure by the time you’re thirty, you’re not really trying.
Larry Chester | CFO Simplified
Be a Turtle. If you don’t stick your neck out, you won’t be able to go anywhere.
Live below your means. -Tanya Osensky | Legal Advisor to Great Companies
A closed mouth gathers no feet.
-John McLeod, MBA, CSL | Founder of Sales Growth Solutions, LLC
Never Ask Someone to Do Something You Wouldn’t Do Yourself.
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