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A Strength-Based Family

The Strengths Idea Strengths-based Leadership is nothing new. PhD Donald Clifton began researching this subject over 60 years ago. Since many others have built upon his findings. Most recently with the completion of his book StrengthsFinder 2.0 in 2001, Dr. Clifton was joined by both Tom Rath and Gallup to start what some might call […]

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Business in the Black Podcast

Last month I had the honor to share with Twanda Black on her show Business in the Black some details about what it is like to be a stay at home dad. We went deeper into the question how a stay-at-home dad can benefit the children.   Find the full show here: https://www.kiss104fm.com/events/neighborhood–community/business-in-the-blac/0Paw7kWn3jzO9j1xmmmruN/


Lean On is Featured on Top 12 Book Pick List

Author Andreas Wilderer’s book Lean On: The Five Pillars of Support for Women In Leadership was featured on the Spirited Woman website as one of the 12 books on their top book pick list for the new year. It is an honor to have been selected on this list because this means that Lean On […]

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Gift Ideas

2019 Unusual Christmas Gift Ideas for Busy Families With Christmas nearly a week away, you might be in a pinch to find last-minute gifts. If your family is anything like ours, you’re likely not in the market for frivolous toys, gadgets or filler gifts. Thankfully, there are quite a few useful and educational presents you […]


Setting Goals

Family Goals: How to Set, Visualize and Track Yours It’s nearly a new year. For many people this is the time to make resolutions. For others, like me and my family, it’s the time we set our yearly goals. Before you say they are one and the same, they actually are not. According to Google, […]


KOA Radio Interview

Andreas Wilderer, author of Lean On: The Five Pillars Of Support For Women In Leadership, discusses with Ed Greene on “KOA Q and A”, the pros and cons of being a stay-at-home dad and how it actually can benefit your children, provide added support to a wife with a demanding career, and ultimately help make […]


First Time Parents – When Dad Stays Home

As more women have joined the workforce, many are dedicated to growing their careers or running successful businesses. Those efforts often demand long hours, travel, and time away from home. And while it’s no longer unusual for women to be the main breadwinner in their family, another U.S. social dynamic has occurred in the wake […]


Houston Family Magazine – When Dad Stays Home

As more women have joined the workforce, many are dedicated to growing their careers or running successful businesses. Those efforts often demand long hours, travel, and time away from home. And while it’s no longer unusual for women to be the main breadwinner in their family, another U.S. social dynamic has occurred in the wake […]


Parents Together – When Dad Stays Home

Women represent just under half of the total workforce in the U.S., and it’s no longer unusual for women to be the main breadwinner in their family. As this trend continues, another U.S. social dynamic has occurred among opposite-gendered couples: A substantial increase in the number of dads staying home as the primary caregiver for […]


Good Men Project – When Dad Stays Home

Over the last years I have always had the feeling that the holiday season is the time that non-traditional family roles like Female breadwinners, Stay-At-Home-Dad’s or many others are most exposed to social biases and misconceptions. Breaking the “normal” stereotypes can be an additional burden on the partnership. In my article published on “The Good […]