Dec. 15, 2020

53 Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) & Life Energy with Chris Jones

53 Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) & Life Energy with Chris Jones

“The best advice I can give myself as a dad is to be present with an open heart.” Chris Jones on DADicated.com

Chris has been married to Yolanda for 22 years and they have two boys (16 & 13).

Chris shares about his son’s Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) and how his condition has impacted him and the family. Chris’s insights on managing life energy (whilst being relentless) well are powerful. We talk about role clarity, family communication, being vulnerable with kids and life transitions.

Chris is a high-energy serial-entrepreneur. He led his last company into building 4 brands to #1 market share in Canada while scaling the business 7 times in revenue and transitioning to working 3 hours per month.

The most powerful takeaways for me as a dad were:

  1. My wife needs to be my number one relationship – this in turn will make me a better dad
  2. If I do my best and come from a place of love it’s ok not to be perfect.
  3. I need to take care of myself to truly show up for my family

To book Philipp as a keynote speaker on “Empowering Dads & Facilitating Family Success” visit www.dadicated.com.

Hope you’ll like it, thanks for listening.

“Success is defined differently for me. One thing I have always held very close to my heart is the importance of family and I have always placed family at a higher value than money,” Chris Jones on DADicated.com

Chris Jones (guest)

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Chris Jones

Chris Jones is a high-energy, entrepreneur that thrives on navigating growth. Not only has he successfully grown his own businesses, but he has also helped others do the same. For Chris, it’s all about being better every day. He loves helping people through powerful, game-changing transformation that builds a better business and ultimately, a better life.

He has a proven track record, founding 3 successful companies. The largest, founded in 1995, started when he invented a football receiver’s glove. He led that company into building 4 brands to #1 market share in Canada. He has lots of wild success stories and many valuable battle scars from his experience there.
He implemented EOS in his own company to help him scale the business and achieve the freedom to pursue his passion for coaching. The result? The business grew 7 times in revenue and he transitioned from working full time to only 3 hours per month in that business.

Chris has been married to his wife Yolanda for 22 years. Together they have two boys and a dog. The most interesting thing about Chris as a business owner is his willingness to say no to the business, to do what is right for his family. Whether it’s time or travel he always puts their needs first. As Chris explains it “Success is defined differently for me”