Oct 2, 2019
A Parent's Perspective with Justin Keller | Episode 13
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Developmental milestones, standardized tests and grade standards can all be great tools for parents to use as guides. However, every child is so much more than a score or answers on a test.

In this episode, Justin Keller discusses how having a child with developmental delays shifted his perspective on parenting and life in general. Justin shares how his son has changed him for the better, including being more present, accepting that his son has his own timeline, and finding the ever-elusive balance in parenting. We hope parents and educators alike will find Justin’s journey as a dad relatable.

Justin Keller is a Houston-based brand strategist, author and current Parish School parent. He’s the founder of CircleFifty Creative and author of Rebel Brands and Human Always.

Related Links:
Justin’s website: CircleFifty.com

Justin’s Books: Rebel Brands and  Human Always

Justin’s Instagram: @KellerThinks 

Justin’s article on competitive parenting: A Thought for Competitive Dads 

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