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Being a father of two is by far the best blessing I had got from God (aside from having a loving wife). I work online and my livelihood counts on the Internet. Ouch.
With that being said, I always consider myself as a stay at home dad. Recently, my boy came up and say that he wants to be like me!
Now, that may sound normal for many, it is not for me. I wanted him to know that I'm an awesome dad and more importantly, a successful stay at home dad. I had been doing this for the past 4 years now and I cannot be more thankful.
In this post, I'm going to layout some of the craziest, zero BS and zero fluff tips to become a successful stay at home dad.
You with me? Good!
We all have things to do—either making a living from the Internet or taking care of the kids. As a stay at home dad, it is really hard to get a good time to work on your hustle.
Getting the time right doesn't always go as planned (dads out there, you know EXACTLY what I mean)!
I like to list down things I need to accomplish on a daily basis. For example, this is exactly what I do every day:
And during the time, I work in between a.k.a. reply emails, texts and questions from my clients (yes, I'm a business consultant too).
I'm human, and there be will be times where I felt that I could do better.
And the list goes on and on.
Do you noticed the common nominator here?
It is "more often" and let me ask you a quick question.
“When was the last time you felt that you could do that thing but you thought you were too tired?”
- Reginald Chan -
You see, you can't tell your kids or wife that you are just too burned out at work and you can't do 'that thing.'
It's not fair for them.
It is your responsibility to put food on the table—and that's what you need to do.
So, don't give excuses that you are too tired or you thought you could do more.
“I make over 6-figures in 2019 with my online marketing (while staying at home). It is tiring, but I know that I am doing it for my family.”
Now, let me ask you a question.
What are you going to do right now to become a successful stay at home dad?