When my daughter was still a toddler, she came up to us wanting permission to do something. We asked her, “Why should we let you do that?” She proceeded to hold up her clenched little fist, and say, “You see this. I’ll give you 5 good reasons!” Where she got that, we’ll never know, but the point was clearly made.
Today in our family, we always joke about needing five good reasons before doing something. And there really is something to that, because reasons are the “why” we should do something. When we have the “why” factor settled in our minds, following through is easy!Read More