1. 117. Grandchildren's Book Author With Gramps Jeffrey Winject Studios 47:21

Today, we will talk about other issues facing today’s parents and grandparents.

Marc is an accomplished, highly instrumental & ambitious Top Executive Leader with 30 years of experience in delivering fiscal, strategic, & operations leadership in challenging situations.

Skillful in launching sales & marketing programs generating record-setting revenues with expertise in presentation, negotiation & communication skills as well as adept at analyzing market & competitive conditions & laying out a product vision that is differentiated & delivers unique value based on customer demands. For e-commerce sales, B2B marketing, for retail merchandising, Marc works with venture capital & private equity.

Arianna Huffington had read his book and then asked him to become a contributor to The Huffington Post. Marc has written a number of books the most recent being a new children’s book, “I Don’t Want To Turn 3” under his pen name “Gramps Jeffrey”.

In his book, he discusses his interactions with his grandkids and the challenges of being faced in raising kids today.

Gramps is a Baby Boomer trying to understand how the world has evolved since he was 3 years old. Part of this story is the discovery of right versus wrong and seeing how older kids have gone through the same dilemma. Gramps goes into when kids start understanding the concept of sharing.

Gramps can be found at: https://idontwanttoturn3.com/

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Questions asked in today’s episode: What is the most important thing you did today? What makes reading books with kids so special? Why is it important for kids to learn how to read? Why did you write the book I don’t want to turn 3 at this point in your life and why age 3? Please explain the concept between me and us? When should kids start taking responsibility? Who is the hero of your book? Should you give your kid a video game, when? Why are grandparents important today, what is their responsibility? Are boundaries for kids important? Why shouldn’t a parent become their child’s friend? How does a grandparent navigate dealing with their kids in terms of their grandchildren’s behaviors? What is your perspective on the battle between may school boards and parents over who is responsible for what children learn What can parents do when a child exhibits inappropriate behavior? What did you learn from the greatest generation?

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Gramps Jeffrey’s children’s book, I Don’t Want to Turn 3, explores what goes through a toddler’s mind that parents are so desperate to understand. It is based on the true experiences he has had with his 6 grandchildren that were born 2 each to his 3 Millennial daughters.

Gramps Jeffrey is the pen name for Marc Joseph whose first book The Secrets of Retailing…How to Beat Wal-Mart was written to help entrepreneurs and small businesses compete against the big guys. Arianna Huffington read his book and asked him to contribute to the Huffington Post. He has written over 100 articles about small businesses, education, the homeless and several other nonprofit topics dear to all of us.

Gramps and his lovely wife Cathy live in Scottsdale, Arizona where 2 of his grandchildren live. 2 more live in Austin, Texas and 2 in Orlando, Florida.