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How to Lead Your Family Well with New Orleans Saints Tight End Benjamin Watson

In life, your family may enjoy many successes, but will also face some failures as well. New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson says your job is to lead your family well through it all. Here are his 3 keys of family leadership. First, lead with love. To grow a loving family, you must lead by example. Start by loving your spouse well. This will show your kids what a loving relationship looks like. Second, lead with trust. Your kids need to trust that you will be always be honest with them. Finally, lead with courage. Do what’s right for your family, no matter how painful or uncomfortable it might be. So start leading your family today with love, trust, and courage. 

For more on this topic on my blog, go to the How to Lead Your Family Well with New Orleans Saints Tight End Benjamin Watson podcast.

Original article source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/familyminute/~3/m7QnMZQ5SfE/ | Article may or may not reflect the views of KLEK 102.5 FM or The Voice of Arkansas Minority Advocacy Council

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