Children’s Health, a new magazine as part of the "Men’s Health" brand,
will be released soon.
A new and improved trend or more of the same fluff?
It’s very easy to throw stones.
In fact, one of the biggest lessons my Dad ever taught me was about
that particular issue.
"It’s easier to throw a brick at a house than it is to build one yourself"
Dad’s words have always been a staple in my professional life.
So, without opinion, criticism or negative talk, I offer you this one
It appeared in an article about the impending Children’s Healthrelease.
"… 15 pages of advertisements in the first 112-page issue. Seven
of those came from General Mills, selling children’s cereals like Lucky
Charms, with 11 grams of sugar per serving…"
So, what say you?
Respond from the gut.
Yes…. Of course I have my thoughts on the matter.
But I truly want to hear what you think.
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IYCA Criticism is something I’ve just come to accept as part of my job.
It’s far easier to throw a brick at a house than it is to build one yourself.
And thus far since creating and launching the IYCA, I’ve seen firsthand how
that statement is true.
From world-class, big name industry icons to local youth sports Coaches, I
have taken my share of lumps over the past few years.
They publicly demean.
They get personal and attack my character.
It used to bother me some, I’ll admit.
Doesn’t phase me an ounce anymore.
Quite frankly, I sort of like it (is that odd???).
When you’re doing something of worth, it draws attention from all kinds of people.
Some are fans, some think you’re an idiot.
But you soon come to realize that the bad is going to come with the good.
The reason I’m bringing this up is because a good friend of mine recently forwarded
me an article about this very topic.
One particular sentence caught my attention –