So progress is the main thing that actually helps kids build confidence. So my thing is you can’t build confidence without them failing. I don’t know, maybe you can, I don’t know how to do it. But why does everyone want to avoid the failure? Just cause they don’t want to be judged as a bad parent. It’s the focus is actually more on them than they are as the kid. And it’s that notion of at some point too, it’s almost like a paradox, right? If I let my kids struggle, that actually means I’m a bad parent. And the fact is that the fact that you’re letting your kids struggle means that you’re actually a good parent. -Bob MoestaStruggling is essential to learning. We know this intuitively but it’s easy to forget with kids. It’s also a careful balance of letting our kids struggle while offering them just enough guidance in the process. The topic of struggling moments is what today’s guest specializes in. He helps companies with innovation by identifying these moments. He’s also a father of 4 and we talk about some of the ways he helped his kids find their career path after college. He’s a repeat guest on the show and always a pleasure to talk with.