← Meet the Team

Jon Acuff

Jon Acuff is the New York Times Bestselling author of six books, including "Finish, Give Yourself the Gift of Done." He lives in Franklin, TN with his wife and two daughters. For more from Jon, follow his hilarious, helpful Instagram account: @JonAcuff

Episode 04

PCL 04: Parent with the End In Mind

Jon Acuff, NY Times bestselling author of Do Over, joins Reggie Joiner to talk about how to imagine the end as you lead your kids. Thinking about who you want your… Read More
The Power of "First Words" | Parent Cue Blog

Create A Rhythm | Family Life

The Power of “First Words”

Words have power and it’s not just the words we say out loud. Sometimes, the most powerful words we say are the ones we say inside to ourselves. Read More

Family Life | Fight For The Heart

This Is a Weird Parenting Goal, But . . .

Why is it easier to have goals at work than it is at home? Have you ever thought about that before? Most corporate jobs are jam-packed with goals. You have… Read More
Skin in the Game Changes Everything

Finance | Imagine The End

Skin in the Game Changes Everything

It’s fun to surprise your kids with gifts and luxury experiences like a 13-year-old getting a manicure. But it’s equally important to give them the gift of working for a… Read More

Family Life

When Joy Gets Flipped Upside Down

Things change. Kids grow up. Responsibilities grow and shift. But, there is joy hidden in every season of parenting. Read More
The Truth About Trust | Parent Cue Blog

Character and Values

The Truth About Trust

My daughter revealed that when it comes to my ability to keep my word on projects, she has her doubts. That’s a trust issue and there are three things we… Read More
How To Not Embarrass Your Teen | Parent Cue Blog

High School (9th-12th) | Middle School (6th-8th)

How To Not Embarrass Your Teen

How to not embarrass your teen? The truth is you WILL, but it doesn't have to be all that bad. Learn 3 ways you can embarrass them less. Read More

High School (9th-12th)

One Surprising Thing I Say to My Kids All the Time

Being a teenager is not easy. There’s peer pressure like they’ve never experienced before. Suddenly, sitting at the right table at lunch is a big deal. You have to deal… Read More

Family Life

5 Quick Ways to Help Your Kid Finish the School Year

Do you know what matters to you and your kid right now? Getting to the finish line of the school year. May and June are the busiest/slowest months ever. You… Read More

Technology

The Best $4 I Spend Every Week

My 15-year-old daughter bet me $1 that she could spend less time on her phone each week than me. I was thrilled at this suggestion. Have you ever in your… Read More