Family First Entrepreneur

Calling Yourself a Family First Entrepreneur is a Guiding Light

No one would dispute that life affects business and business affects life.  They are complimentary to one another in a positive or a negative direction.  So, finding a system where these two things remain supportive of one another, at all times, is the key.  By calling yourself a Family First Entrepreneur, a distinct master is designated and decisions can be filtered through continue reading...

Why You Should Write Your Eulogy---Today!

This is an excerpt from ONO about one of the foundational elements of Family First Entrepreneurism, discovering your higher purpose.

Step One: Your Epitaph continue reading...

Making Sound Decisions Through Your Inner Adult

My wife and I have participated in marriage counseling throughout our entire marriage.  We are both “growers” and we think that in order to be the best for our kids, we need to be better ourselves individually and to each other.  An interesting subject came up in our most recent session that applies to Family First Entrepreneurs.  continue reading...

Governor of Idaho Proclaims April 20-24th Family First Entrepreneur Week

I am so honored that Idaho Governor Butch Otter has decided to recognize the men and women entrepreneurs who keep their family first by proclaiming April 20-24 as “Family First Entrepreneur Week” in the state of Idaho.  People who align themselves with this movement are choosing a lifestyle and business model that will support things greater than themselves.  I am continue reading...

Keep it simple when talking to kids about economy

This is a very relevant article about how to speak to your kids about tough economic times. It is critical, as Family First Entrepreneurs, to pull our children into family economic decisions. Don’t try to keep these things under wraps. continue reading...

The Message

As I speak and write about the topic of Family First Entrepreneurism, I am continually amazed at how ready people are to hear this message. We, as people, seem to be looking around right now at our “signs of wealth” and we ask ourselves, “Was the time away from the things that really count worth the time it took to get these material things.” continue reading...

People with ONO

I am traveling right now on the Oregon coast with my family and I am talking to a lot of strangers in campgrounds and rv parks.  I’m bumping into a ton of people with Options, not Obligations and it is really neat to find facts which support my opinions. continue reading...

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