I am a big believer that you have two businesses. There is the business of the business, and there is the business of the family, and I want that business of the family run the same way. You would never run a business of the business without having meetings. I have never heard of a business that did not have meetings, ok? So how are we going to run the business of the family if we do not have family meetings? So when they are very young, set the stage that dialogue is important. You start by saying communication is going to be very safe in this family. Every parent needs to have a minimum five minutes of private sharing time per child per day. Now what means in private sharing time? That means you are one on one with the child. I did it before my children were going to got to bed and you just listened. “Tell me about your day?” Nothing negative can come up during private sharing time. It is a time that you just communicate and you say to a child, “Thanks for sharing your day with me,” and if a child initially does not talk too much say, “I would like to share my day with you.” So now you are setting a stage where family starts to learn how to dialogue and communicate, and if you do that, you will have children that will talk to you during adolescence, when you really want them talking, and you will have established a basis for ongoing communication. This a family meeting where we talk about challenges as well as talk about successes, and we come up with a strategy and a system for who is going to do what and how we are going to hold each other accountable. And it is very calm. There are rules in family meetings. There is no yelling. There is no shouting. There is no insulting. In a family meeting, I like an agenda. See, I like you to say, “Here is what we are going to talk about in the family meeting,” whatever it is, and I also like everybody to be able to take the chairmanship, so the eight year old can share the family meeting also, because this is how we are starting to teach leadership. And the family meeting is open to talk about everything that is working, what are we celebrating? And where are our challenges? And what are the responsibilities that we have for the next coming week or month, you know, however you are running the family meeting. And everybody gets to talk, and no one, there are rules, no one gets interrupted, so that they know when there are issues coming up, there is a place that they can come and we can talk about them, and maybe collectively figure out what would be a better plan, so that we understand in what ways do you want to be supported. What you really say is that we want to work, so that this family becomes a joyful experience to be together and a support, that this family is the kind of family that will support each member to achieve their highest degree of self-satisfaction.