People define success many ways. One version goes like this:
At age 4, success is . . . not wetting your pants.
At age 12, success is . . . having friends.
At age 17, success is . . . having a driver’s license.
At age 35, success is . . . having a good career.
At age 60, success is . . . getting out of your career.
At age 70, success is . . . having a driver’s license.
At age 80, success is . . . having friends.
At age 90, success is…not wetting your pants.
Perhaps a better definition of success, at least for fathers, is passion for his duty and the ability to love unconditionally. Possession of those two traits is the common denominator in all successful dads. Here are 10 ways to know you are a successful father.
Huddle up with your children tonight and ask them: “What is success?”