Nate Bailey’s mission in life is to impact men and women who are ready to truly have the life they have always desired.
As the Lead Trainer and Lead Coach of the Prosperity Revolution, ManWealth, and Shield Maiden programs, Nate has had the honor and pleasure of working with hundreds of men and women who are doing just that – focusing on creating a better life for themselves and their families.
He started his career in the United States Army. As a Platoon Leader in the Operation Iraqi Freedom, he was charged with the safety and leadership of 40 soldiers as they served our country in Kuwait.
In addition to speaking, live events, and coaching, he’s also the author of two best selling books as well as an entrepreneur. He’s built multiple successful businesses in the areas of Insurance and Real Estate.
In his quest to expand his own personal physical limits – he’s completed the Ironman AZ, Sealfit Kokoro 45, Wheels4Water – a charity bike ride across America which raised over $300K for clean water in Ethiopia, and the Kettle 100 – a 100 mile solo run.
Family is Nate’s number one driver and together with his wonderful wife Lisa, they have 3 children – Nina, Lyla, and Henry.
In this episode, he joins us to discuss the actions he took to maintain and grow a healthy relationship with his family. He also shares with us his way of listening, connecting, and communicating with his children and wife to avoid negative thoughts around the household.
- Thriving under big challenges
- The benefits of kids seeing you put in the work
- How to react when your kids are being bullied
- Getting your kids to open up and talk to you
- Balancing tough love with an open heart
- Deep listening for deep connection
- How knowing what you want can save your marriage
- How to defuse a fight with your spouse
- “Ask for what you want, be grateful for what you get.” – Jon Vroman
- “Do what you can with what you have.” – Jon Vroman
- “The power of relating with others is to really see things from their perspective.” – Nate Bailey
- “The biggest thing that crashes relationships is the lack of communication.” – Nate Baile
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