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Posted on03. Oct, 2011 by Setema Gali.
I have need to repent and you may need to repent too. Let me explain…
I’ve been vacationing for the past two weeks in Independence Missouri with my in-laws and the whole time I’ve been thinking about writing my new book, recording a new audio set for the door to door industry, and recruiting guys to be part of my team, and working out etc.
The problem with this…I am on vacation and I haven’t relaxed yet.
Why have I been “worrying” and “stressing” about business, books, creating value and the “future?”
Because somewhere in my mind there’s a belief that says “I need to be doing something all the time or else I am a failure” or “I have to be super productive right here right now all the time or else I’m not building my legacy.” [...]
Posted on13. Jul, 2010 by Setema Gali.
I love being a daddy. So in honor of all dad’s out there check this out. It’s too good. I have 2 sons right now. There is just nothing more precious than being a husband and a father. I love it. I am truly grateful for the opportunity to be a dad and to raise my boys.
Share this forward. This is just too good…especially if you have children. You know exactly what these brothers are talkin about!
Posted on09. Oct, 2009 by Setema Gali.
I love being a daddy. I am a very proud father of 2 boys who I love and adore so much. I love being a husband too but this is dedicated to the fathers out there.
The past two weeks have been amazing. My 2nd son was just born and I forgot how many diapers they go through in a day. I can change like 3 diapers in a 30 minute span…how awesome is that?
As an entrepreneur and online marketer I work from my home office. Therefore I have the chance to see them grow each and every day through the day.
12-18 diapers changed daily between my two boys.
Jumping on the trampoline, teaching Zion to ride his bike, Mac and Cheese, chips, apple juice, Kung Fu Panda, Cars, Hulk, Sound of Music, Yo Gabba Gabba, Mickey Mouse Playhouse, Handy Manny, Sesame Street, Dora the Explorer, Diego, Agent Oso, Backyardigans, and the list goes on. My son watches TV in my office while I work. Can you say AWESOME!
Although there are countless books out there about fatherhood and parenthood there is nothing like being a father period!
I coached high school football last year and I could teach and coach and show and tell my players but there was nothing like getting out on the field and actually DOING it.
The same goes for swimming, tying knots, cooking food and FATHERHOOD. You can read all about it and watch videos about it but there is no substitution for jumping in the pool, actual knot tying, being in the kitchen and cooking and then there is no substitution for being a father.
I change diapers through the night and in the day to help my wife. If we are ever out of the house I ALWAYS change them. It gives my wife a break but more than than, it gives me investment time with my kids. I love them so much and I love being a dad. Oh no, I am far from being a perfect father and I have had to apologize to my 2 year old if I am ever out of line towards him.
I’ve learned that my 2 year old wants more and more attention these days so I must more than ever be prepared, plan and then be spontaneous with him.
I’m still learning how to be a father. I have great examples around me in both my fathers Setema and Royal. My brothers and my MPA brothers have been great mentors since they had kids before me and told me stories.
I love being a daddy.
I was a member of the Super Bowl XXXVI New England Patriots. I have played football all over the country. I have made lots of money. I have traveled the world from Micronesia, to New York to Samoa to Florida to Australia, New Zealand and to Japan. These were amazing blessings for me to experience early in my life.
But NOTHING and I mean none of those things compares to being a daddy and loving and serving my kids. I can teach them, show them, mentor them and love them. I play with them, hold them, kiss them, chase them, bite them, smell them, bathe them, clean up after them….Yes it is hard and challenging at times…but no greater reward!
I would love to hear your stories about being a daddy and your experiences and thoughts.
Father in Training