Exploit or abuse your family, and end up with a fistful of air; common sense tells you its a stupid way to live.
We should champion our lives in front of our families before all others.
The NFL announced rigorous measures and conduct standards for their players. On the premise that playing, or working in any capacity in the NFL is a privilege that comes with responsibility, and a person must be held to high standards of behavior. A new Special Counsel for Investigations and Conduct will have oversight of the high standards of conduct.
Recent news has exacerbated the already damaged public relations of many NFL professional players. Now, what a player does in the privacy of his home is open for the scrutiny of the league. At The Daily Champion, we’ve talked a lot about the closet principle—what a man does in secret is what is what moves him in public.
Isn’t it interesting that a man can be a champion on the “field of contest” (e.g.— the football field) and a loser in the passion of being gallant toward his wife?
As we pursue authentic manhood, we should strive to live exemplary lives in all five passions — adventurous spirit; entrepreneurial drive; gallant relationships; faithful character; leaves a legacy with a philanthropic cause.
If anyone should think that we’re champions, it should be our family. I would much rather be a champion to my wife, children and grandchildren that for complete strangers in a stadium.
Any man who raises his hand in violence against his family forfeits his manhood and will suffer the wrath of his stupidity.