Unlimited Family with Jeff Latham
Jeff Latham is the father of 3 awesome children, Ellie (8), Stella (6), and Maverick (2) and is married to an amazing woman Rorrielle Latham. He lives a challenge based lifestyle to see what he is made of so he can set an example for his family and tribe.
Jeff is also a licensed Real Estate Agent, having 20 years of experience, and had formed a team Latham Realty Unlimited specializing in Buying Homes, Selling Homes, Building Homes, Investing and is a Community Pillar. His team offers a unique Guaranteed Sale Program where he will Guarantee to sell your home or he will buy it.
In today’s episode, Jeff talks about creating an active mindset to properly cherish and appreciate the most important people in your life – your family.
- How your ceiling becomes your floor
- Dealing with inflammation
- Let your kids see you challenge your limits, rather than limiting your challenges
- Using the quantum field for better parenting
- Raising mini-manifesters
- Where and why to find silence
- Jeff Latham Website
- Follow on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn
- The book of Sarah
- The regrets of the dying
- The Long Way Round (Movie)
- Wild at Heart by John Eldredge
“I want to set the example for what they are capable of; that we are unlimited. I want them to see their dad challenge his limits instead of limiting his challenges.” – Jeff Latham
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