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After watching this cute Keep Good Going video on YouTube about how this Stay-at-Home Super Dad gave up his career for a bigger, better job with higher benefits… made me sit back and realize that everyone makes sacrifices when it comes to our loved ones no matter the cost.
Go ahead, go watch it now and don’t tell me you didn’t at least smile once…
When I was 19, I was taking classes at a local college, and at the time, I lived with my grandparents to help them out since they had helped me out so much over the years. Needless to say, my grandparents needed me more than ever at that time, so college had to wait til a later date. It was a sacrfice I was willing to make in order to help be beneficial to my grandparents. I could go to college any time, which I did, but being there for loved ones when its needed was way more important to me.
Keep Good Going
Is about the idea of perpetuating the personal good that positively affects everyone in your life (your family). It’s the good you want to pass onto others you care about—in big or small ways—because you know how it can positively shape their life experiences.
The Keep Good Going Life Lessons are welcome nuggets of wisdom and insight that are derived from life experiences. They are often simple, but always profound because they touch on the truths that hold life together. They are personal (not social or community) good, about you and those close to you.
New York Life is celebrating and keeping tally of all of your special moments during Father’s Day. Have a special story to tell about your father? Go check out the “Celebrating Good” initiative and keep good going.