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  • I remember you coming home when I was a kid, and it's just a big deal when you came home.

  • But you were coming home at night.

  • Seven or eight, maybe just add a little bit of time and then off to bed, right?

  • Yeah, maybe a little dinner.

  • So that's That's what happens when you have a serious career going on and you're and you're really can't get around that because you're not.

  • Your time is already sold.

  • It's already part of your income stream, and it gives you the rest of the things that you need.

  • Gives your education's.

  • Here's your kids opportunities gives you a place to live, gives you outings and vacations and everything else.

  • It's It's if you don't if that flow isn't there and you and you don't get it, if you don't go get it.

  • If you don't go on, go put time in it.

  • And that's the way you were brought up ground.

  • That's just that was not the same thing.

  • I was not like it was.

  • I didn't feel, well, negligent or derelict.

  • Uh, is that changing now?

  • Do you think?

  • Yeah, people are making shame on all over people that don't take paternity leave and just e don't know, e It's a different world, so the world will have to figure it out.

  • Okay.

  • Okay.

  • It works for me right now, because, I mean, I work a lot too.

  • Yeah, I know that.

  • That's why I'm telling you this.

  • Why?

  • Because you you get thio.

  • Avoid feeling guilty about doing that.

  • You also have to.

  • You can't be a good leader for anybody.

  • Your work or your home or anybody else.

  • Unless you yourself are taking good care of yourself.

  • You have to be strong.

  • You have to be thoughtful.

  • You have to be plenty ahead.

  • And you have to have a lot of energy left over for other people.

  • And you can't give it all the one thing in one space and just spreads through them.

  • Did you have energy left over for after after you guys went to bed?

  • I was on the floor studying till 10 or 11.

  • Don't work for work.

  • Yeah, okay.

  • Understand?

  • Learning new stuff.

  • You can't ever, ever shortcut that part.

  • We can.

  • You were working weekends.

  • Some days I would go to work, but most of time I would be I have I have an appointment to go do outings because there was They were organized.

  • German organized a lot of stuff.

  • So we do organize things.

  • But in the nice I would do I would stay up late and do work and and learn.

  • Uh, eso uh it za thing that needs to be sustained is the only thing like I could say today that my Caltech degree expired long ago.

  • That the stuff I knew then, with very few exceptions, is stuff that I It isn't important to me today.

  • That stuff I've learned recently that's important today.

  • So you probably are Nothing you learn is probably worth more than five or 10 years of value.

  • You have to learn more stuff.

  • Andi.

  • There's changes everywhere.

  • You have to give Thio Keep up or you retire.

  • I want something.

I remember you coming home when I was a kid, and it's just a big deal when you came home.

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REALITY OF PARENTHOOD: What It's Like Being a Parent When You Have A Career - Brian Rose's Father

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