Is your wife a nag?
April 16, 2012
Hosted by Freddie Scott
Zig Ziglar is quoted saying, "If you treat your wife like a thoroughbred, you will never end up with a nag." For many men, unhappiness in marriage is attributed to their wife "nagging" them about various things at home and in their life. How do we change the trend, and create a culture and climate in our home to allow our marriages to thrive? This week Freddie will discuss Is Your Wife a Nag, and give practical tips for successfully leading our families with Lyndon Barrington Allen. We will also hear from Super Bowl winning coach, Tony Dungy, as he shares his thoughts on the Trayvon Martin case. Freddie will also share the thoughts of New Orleans Saints starting QB Drew Bress, as he shares about his thoughts of the NFL Bounty scandal. Can't listen live? Subscribe to the show in iTunes, and you won't miss a minute
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The Freddie Scott Show is all about the issues of family, fatherhood, and how any person, regardless of their past or mistakes, can successfully love and lead their family. If you are looking for comment-sense, down to earth advice and tips about your family, then this show is for you.
The Freddie Scott show features powerful testimonies from professional athletes and entertainers from I AM SECOND, as well as Play of the Day advice from Tony Dungy’s organization, ALL PRO DAD.
Our show covers a variety of topics including: parenting, time management, marriage/relationships, goal setting, finances, character development, and fatherhood.
After a standout college career as a receiver at Penn State setting a school record for most catches in a game (13), and dawning the cover of Sports Illustrated, Freddie has a history as a player in the National Football League (Falcons '96 - '97, Colts '98, Lions '99), a teacher, a public speaker and author. He is the founder and president of Unlock the Champion, an organization determined to empower men with tools to love and lead their families, as well as equip youth with fundamental life skills essential for character development to be successful in life and at home.
Today, Freddie travels across the country speaking on such issues as family, character development, leadership, and personal growth. To date, Freddie has spoken to thousands, helping to empower people to not be imprisoned by the pain of their past. He is a devoted husband and father of five children, a National Spokesman for Tony Dungy's organization, All Pro Dad, and serves as an Assistant Pastor at Word of Faith Christian Center in Nashville.