Some lessons stick with us for a lifetime. Like the ones that our fathers gave us. Sometimes they don’t even realise they’re doing it, but even if they were the best fathers in the world, or maybe not, we still learned something from them. Their experience, their ups and downs (the ones we know of at least), are, in the end, what makes them human, what makes them our fathers. This is their legacy to give forward to us, just like it is: authentic, real. Here are just a few life lessons our dads probably gave us, or at least they wished they did.
- Be kind to people, it’s not that hard. And if we all try doing that everyday, little by little, we can make this world a better place.
- Get out of your confort zone. Sometimes, the treasures in life are hidden in places you may not have thought of.
- Work hard for your dreams. Because at the end of the day, it’s 49% talent and luck vs. 51% hard work. This will get you anywhere you want to.
- Set your priorities. You will never be able to do it all, have it all at once, and please everyone. Establish what’s important to you, draw a line there and the rest can wait.
- Family is important, treasure it. And always be there for your folks.
Catch up with your dad this Father’s Day
As we said before, family is important, and that’s why we’re offering you special gifts, so you can catch up with your dad on Father’s Day.
Starting June 14, you have 10% BONUS on your calls with coupon code MYDAD19. The coupon applies for only one Voice Credit order of minimum $20, placed until June 16, 2019 (23:59 EST). Only one coupon can be applied per customer.
One extra chance to win a gift
Starting June 14, join our Facebook CONTEST and you could be one of the lucky winners this Father’s Day. Leave a comment saying what makes your Dad a SuperHero, and you can win one of the 3 Voice Credit prizes at stake.
More time on the phone with your dad? More chances for quality time with HIM, the one you’ve got so much to learn from. Pick up the phone, and give your dad a call. Oh, and one of the most important advice he may have given you already is probably: Don’t take life to seriously, a strong sense of humour is golden!