Why the Super Bowl Show is Not Responsible for Our Kids

Why the Super Bowl Show is Not Responsible for Our Kids
I’ve experienced imposter syndrome and so has pretty much every Mompreneur going after what she wants.
Written by Susan Vernicek

The Super bowl is not responsible for teaching our children. We are.

I’m blown away by how so many are bashing these two strong women! Are you kidding me? Gosh, I strive for that kind of strength I saw JLO and Shakra dance out.

I’m sure I’ll get judged by saying I loved the performance and didn’t see anything that I haven’t seen in years during the Super bowl, TV shows, Video Games, Concerts, Movies or a Park.

My husband, Rob and I are even in disagreement. He thought the Super Bowl Halftime show was a great show, but not appropriate for TV.

I disagree. I thought it was a great halftime show and can only see…


My twins, June, Cade and I danced along and we talked about the talent, skills, and the practice they put in for that kind of performance.

June said, “I can’t dance like that.” I said, well, they have been practicing their entire lives.” You can learn, be, do whatever your mind wants. Everything takes effort and practice.

It’s a show, and the Super Bowl is not responsible for teaching and shaping our children.

We are.

The Super Bowl Halftime show just gave us another opportunity to have a meaningful and inspiring conversation with our children.

I prefer to see the good, the positive, the courage, and the talent in those who put themselves out there and live out their dreams.

We ask that every contributor and expert answer the Identity questions in keeping with our theme.

Their answers can be random and in the moment. Or the answers can be aligned with the current article they have written. In that way, and as a team, we hope to encourage and motivate each other, thus inspiring you to Get All A’s.

What have you accepted within your life, physically and/or mentally? Additionally, what are you still working on accepting? Now, we’re not talking about resignation, rather stepping into, embraced, and owned.

In this case, I accepted and accept full responsibility to educate my twins. To have meaningful conversations—even the tough ones.

Appreciation is everything. What have you learned to appreciate about yourself and/or within your life, physically and mentally? On the other hand OR in contrast, are there elements of who you are that you’re still working on appreciating?

I appreciate those who stand up and step into their dreams. I appreciate those individuals, even celebrities that inspire us to reach for all that we want.

Share with us one of your most rewarding achievements in life? Tell us not only what makes YOU most proud but also share the goals and dreams that you still have.

I’m most proud of my open mind because I used to be bitter and depressed. Now, I see the lessons, the opportunities and the abundance I have in my life.

About the author

I’ve experienced imposter syndrome and so has pretty much every Mompreneur going after what she wants.

Susan Vernicek

Mindset Coach, Susan Vernicek ignites and empowers Mompreneurs who struggle to discover their balance between MomLife + BizLife. For over a decade she's been helping them create a winning Mompreneur Mindset so that they can consciously thrive at home and KILL IT in business —without feeling guilty and letting go of the comparison game.

With 14 years of experience and overcoming her own emotional, financial, and physical rock bottom, she's now thriving as a Mompreneur.

She's not just a mindset coach and igniter, she's known as the Mindset + Achieve™ coach, a #1 Amazon Bestseller, and Speaker. Move from autopilot to achieving in MomLife + BizLife! To connect directly, please Email Susan at Susan@susanvernicek.com

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