Welcome to the brand new format of the Extraordinary Family Show!  We are now coming to you 3 x per week – bringing you a dose of encouragement and empowering you to embrace the extraordinary.

On today’s episode and over the next few weeks I am unpacking what exactly makes a family extraordinary – the 5 pillars of an Extraordinary Family.  You’ll want to tune in over the next few weeks as I unwrap this, and ultimately unveil the official Extraordinary Family Project Manifesto!

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In This Episode:

  • Pillar #2 of an Extraordinary Family – The 4 Major Components of a Healthy Lifestyle
    • We value the four major components of a healthy lifestyle – emotional, spiritual, intellectual, and physical well-being.
    • We don’t shy away from embracing our emotions, but instead seek to be transparent and emotionally complete.
    • We embrace the idea of a higher power – a loving God who cares about us.
    • We feed our intellect by stimulating our minds with healthy and useful input (not just mindless amusement…)
    • We take care of our bodies and do all we can to make sure we are around to experience all life has to offer as we grow old.
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