I've been a "leader" all of my life. I am the oldest of six kids, so it started as early as I can remember - "leading," being an example. In school, I was the straight A's, Student Council, National Honor Society, Young Leaders Club, Future Leaders guy. I was the Team Captain in . . .
Being a parent is hard. Being a leader of people is also hard. In both of these roles, one is repeatedly tasked with correction, discipline, redirection, counseling, encouraging and nurturing - sometimes to those who are stubborn and not listening. This is tiring, and requires a soft . . .