As a father who has raised eight children (both biological and stepchildren) over the course of more than 20 years, Alex Mont-Ros has learned a thing or two about the importance of effective communication, structure and accountability among family members.
Mont-Ros held family meetings for years in an attempt to keep his family engaged and foster open communication, while addressing schedules, values and other needs, but admits that staying organized and consistent with the meetings proved challenging.
“It wasn’t until we decided to be intentional and formalize our agendas, build guidelines to how we would conduct our time together, and treated our family meetings with the respect they deserved that things changed for the better,” Mont-Ros said.
Using his experience he created, The Family Meeting Planner, which contains seven key sections that share his secrets for holding intentional, impactful family meetings, including:
ay to create Family Core Values
– How to outline yearly goals and family mission
– How to build better communicators and have engaging conversations
– 52 weeks’ worth of family meeting worksheet agendas
– And much more
The Family Meeting Planner is designed to help families improve communication and planning, while teaching children what it looks like to lead and be dedicated to the people who are most important to them.
“The results were our family grew closer, our conversations became more genuine, and as parents we were able to lead more effectively while helping our children become better communicators and accountable individuals — all while having fun doing it,” Mont-Ros said.
The Family Meeting Planner is a unique tool created for parents by parents who take leading their families seriously. “There’s no planner on the market dedicated and focused specifically on doing an effective family meeting consistently like The Family Meeting Planner,” Mont-Ros added.
About the Author
Alex Mont-Ros is a serial entrepreneur and proud family man who is passionate about helping others thrive. He is married to his best friend, Lisa Mont-Ros, and together they are raising a blended family. He helps fathers and men become better leaders in the home first so they can then become more effective leaders in business. His main goal is to make sure fathers can thrive and find success in their marriages, families and careers through prioritizing what matters most.
Mont-Ros has a bachelor’s degree in Business Management. He enjoys doing jiu jitsu and serving others through philanthropy and short-term mission trips abroad.