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It’s Not About The Nail

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I was talking with one of my friends this morning at breakfast, and the conversation turned to kids. He shared a story about listening to his daughter, proud that he didn't jump right in with a fix. I laughed and said, “Yeah, I'm bad at just listening too, I always want to jump right in and fix it. That reminds me of that video, ‘It's Not About The Nail.'

“Not sure I've seen that one,” came the response.

“You haven't?! It's a classic, I'll send it to you!”

I texted a link to my buddy but figured I'd share it with you too. Enjoy, and remember, sometimes it's not about the nail!

About the Author 

Don Smith

Former bank director who enjoys helping people master their finances. Father of five, founder of The Personal Growth Channel, and business owner.

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