In this video, we talk about the practical money lessons your teen needs to know before they move out. We also talk about how to instill these lessons and ideas. There’s still hope even if they’ve already moved out (I mention the solution for that in the end).
In this video, we talk about 12 great jobs for young kids, including kids under 14 years old. Some of these jobs are pretty unique. We also go into the actual child labor laws and what they really are.
In this video, we’re talking about how to instill grit in your children. It’s not just about teaching them the value of hard work… though that’s part of it. It’s a 3-part process.
In this video, I explain how easy it is for kids to invest well and become a millionaire by the time they retire. I also go into the harmful things you shouldn’t do to teach investing to your kids.
In this video, I explain the system we use to pay our 5 kids for the chores and work they do around the house. They have to pay rent, they can be fired, and they have job interviews. We talk about allowance vs commission vs our system.
In this video, we talk about how it may be hurting your kids if you don’t show them your finances. Let them learn from your mistakes and your success. Let’s normalize talking about money.
In this video, I give you 10 tips to live a great life on a single income. We’re a family of 7 and we still live well on my income alone. You can live well on one income too. Let me show you how.
In this video, I talk about the 5 areas your kids can live differently in to live a debt-free life for the rest of their life. It is possible to go through life without a car loan, a mortgage, and even a credit score. And I even have my arguments and research backing it all up!
In this video, I give you 8 reasons you should start investing for retirement when you’re in your 20s, if not sooner. You or your kids can start investing for retirement as soon as you have your first job. Here’s why it is so crucial to investing at a young age.
In this video, I talk about 6 practical ways to help instill gratitude and thankfulness in your children, so you can raise grateful adults. We can raise selfless kids in an entitled and self-centered world. We just have to be intentional.
In this video, we talk about fighting procrastination in ourselves and in our kids. You fight procrastination with the action habit. I’ll explain what the action habit is and how you can use it to change your life and set your kids up for success.
In this video, we talk about how small choices make up our entire life and the importance of today. Teach your kids to be present and focus on their small choices. This is how habits are created.
In this video, I show you how I fit it all in. With a wife, 5 kids, military service, 2 businesses, college, traveling, reading, writing, and so much more. It’s about structure and planning. We’ll cover it all and I’ll show you my morning ritual.
There are actual studies showing that kids today are 25% more entitled than older generations, and 50% more entitled than the oldest generation. But I don’t think we need studies to see that the entitlement mentality is taking its course.
In this video, I show you how we plan our weekly schedule for our family of 7. You can create and stick with a weekly family schedule to make the most out of your valuable time.
In this video, we talk about how much screen time our children should have. Is there a set amount of time? How dangerous is the media we bring into our homes? All questions are answered here.
In this video, I talk about the differences between productivity for the world and productivity for the Christian. I show you how to be a productive Christian while taking the ideas and concepts, but molding them to a Christian lifestyle. I’m still figuring all this stuff out with you; these are merely the things I’ve learned along the way.
21 days. Fruits, vegetables, and a few whole grains. It wasn’t easy, but I can’t say it was overly difficult. I just finished the fast, and I feel great. I’ve fasted before, but this was my first Daniel Fast. I journaled daily to capture the results. I chose the Daniel Fast for 5 reasons.
In this video, I give you 10 steps to start living a practical minimalist lifestyle. This isn’t about selling everything you own; it’s about living intentionally and slowly reducing the unimportant things in your life.
In this video, I talk about the No-Toys Nursery in Germany. We also talk about how kids are happier with fewer toys and how you can reduce the toys in your home.
In this video, I walk you through Universe, a huge Japanese grocery store in Northern Japan. The fruits, vegetables, meat, soju, sake, and ramen galore! It’s a little… different from the States.
In this video, we took a trip to a Japanese resort with an onsen and stayed in a traditional Japanese room. We ate a traditional Japanese dinner and then spent the next day hiking the Oirase Gorge in Towada, Japan.
In this video, we’re going to Hotokegaura, some beautiful rock formations on the northern tip of mainland Japan. It’s on the sea so the scenery is amazing.
In this video, I take you around the Shiriyazaki Lighthouse. It’s a sight to see and it feels like you’re on top of the world. It’s at the top tip of mainland Japan!
In this video, I take you on our New Year’s trip. We spent the night in Aomori City, Japan – the snowiest city in the world. It averages 26 feet of snow per year. Check out the views, the snow, the food, and the sights to see. It even started snowing inside the train!
In this video, I take you to the Fukurou owl cafe with the family. The kids had a great time and loved petting and holding the owls. I highly recommend it!
In this video, I take you with us on our trip to Tokyo. It finally opened! Tokyo is different in a post-COVID world because the number of people is so drastically reduced. That may be one positive benefit of COVID. Check out our hostel, some tips to save money when traveling to Tokyo, and the things we saw!
In this video, we took a trip to Sendai, Japan. Since Japan is still locked down, we were almost the only non-Japanese people there, but we had a great time.
In this video, we go on a cultural tour of Misawa and Hachinohe, Japan. We try the food. We visit a shrine. We check out the insane drink machines. We even found an egg vending machine!
In this video, I give you a tour of our home in Italy and the surrounding area. This was right as we were moving out so the house is empty and a little messy with cleaning supplies. But hey, sometimes life is a little messy. I hope you enjoy our home as much as we did, including our trampoline in the garage!