We all like to think that we’re killing this parenting thing, that we’re setting high standards for our kids. While setting high standards is great, it carries a temptation that we’ll start viewing ourselves only as the one who sets standards, gives instructions, and holds other people accountable, rather than someone who holds himself accountable to receiving instruction and meeting high standards. We become hypocritical as men and as leaders when we are more demanding of others than we are of ourselves. Check the video for a further breakdown:
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