Two Dads Teach Us All A Lesson | by Jay Shetty



You can’t be anything you want, but you can be everything you are.

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The term build it and it will come is false… BE IT and it will come! My name is Wil aka Hollywood Wil and I have been down, confused, depressed, lost, and didn’t know which way was up. Believe it or not watching Jay and other motivational speakers helped me a great deal. If you are not comfortable enough to talk just start watching videos until you are comfortable enough to talk to someone.

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36 Comments

  1. You have a mum and a dad (well some don't have both). They may seem rude forcing to become better and not encouraging you. The thing is that, they way they parented you should not mean that you should not parent your children the way you have been parented. It may seem hard to parent many children or just one child but there is a way to do this. You just have to find it out. You have to learn the best way to parent them. One way is to encourage them. Forcing is useless. It doesn't show them anything. It never shows any kind of sign that you are encouraging them. Its better to ask them questions about how they can improve in life, how they can practice in life and how they can work harder in life. Its you. You are their life rocket that they need to fly into the sky then reach the moon. Parenting is to do with protecting your children and boosting them in life to become successful for whatever they wish to be.

  2. "You can't teach children to behave better by making them feel worse.
    Be careful how you react – spills can be whipped up, dishes and furniture can be replaced but it takes a long time to fix a child's broken heart. "

  3. People need to get out of their ego and put themselves into their kids shoes. It's about being good and helping others being healthy, etcetc. Before having kids learn what it takes to be a good parent. Screaming, abandoning, yelling at your kids at a young age will make them never be there for you when their older. Would you want to be there for someone who abused you your whole childhood? No. Bless you all ;* I wish you all the best.

  4. I really do want to thank you, you help me take a step back in a good way a step back that lets me look at things (with I do for fun often) in their way. And then I can come back to my (ego)self with a new view. But that last comment that we can't be anything. False. We can be anything the only thing is I'm not going to be a pro or the best, but that I am. (_____ <enter what you say you are)So that last line does bring it back around. So like I said thank you

  5. Sir….I want to know as a child how to handle this type of situation….where parents compare us with all good one…. expect perfection…they want us to follow everything what they thought is right…. they always take our decision as negative…. where emotions are more than profit and loss for them….sir please help to get from this mess….evn sometimes only due to parents pressure children do sucide…..and parents thought that is not pressure they just want good for their child…..

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