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Doing Relationships Right

Jan 11, 2022

Raising a child is not easy. If someone ever told you that it is—that’s pure BS!


It is rewarding, though but never easy. Especially when behavior issues arise and you think you are to blame for why your kid is acting up. So today’s guest, CEO of is here to assure and empower us parents.


We are all doing the best that we can, so always keep that in mind especially during the hardest of times.


Kimball Lewis is the CEO of In addition to his leadership and management roles, he contributes as an editor, a homeschooling expert, and a parent coach. He resides in Orlando, Florida, with his wife and two teenage sons.


Mr. Lewis began his career as a health, welfare, and child policy researcher for a leading public policy think-tank in Washington, DC. He then served as a technologist and executive in a series of successful healthcare start-ups. Mr. Lewis volunteers as an executive coach for Cru, a Christian missionary organization serving over 190 countries worldwide. He and his wife have led several marriage ministry groups at his home church in Orlando, FL.



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Show notes:

[2:27] More about Kimball and what he does

[3:22] The Total Transformation Program

[6:11] What you learn from the program

[13:28] Effective parenting

[15:44] Check out this excellent parenting tool: Soberlink (

[17:16] Program duration

[18:48] Kids and social media

[19:32] The Y-Trap

[22:28] House rules

[25:25] Kimball’s nugget of advice

[27:58] When kids get in trouble

[30:09] Where to find Kimball

[31:42] Outro