Whether you've inherited your dad's career and money habits or not, chances are you've received his advice and leadership on how you should handle your business over the years.
My dad has always set a healthy business example for my sister and me (and in many ways for my mom too), but he's not a prolific preacher like the dads we see in movies. He's keen on encouraging smart choices that work for each individual's unique lifestyle (must be where I get that from!). But, every once in a while, he'll drop a gem I find oh-so-comforting, encouraging, and helpful. A few years ago I was dealing with a particularly complicated tax dilemma and after I rambled about my taxman's suggestions and my research and asked for his advice, he calmly looked at me and said: "You know, it's a marathon, not a race. Whatever you do, it will be fine." And it was. It always is. What's the best advice your papa has preached?