EP 74: MY KIDS: Youngest Child Anthony – Navigating Gen Z with a Positive Attitude

Welcome back to part three of my special series of interviews with my kids. So far, you’ve heard from my firstborn, Hannah, and my eldest son, Hunter, and today we’re jumping to my youngest, Anthony.

Anthony was born via C-section on November 22 in Tucson, Arizona. Named after his great-great-grandfather, Antonio, his name is in many middle names and first names throughout my family. As my youngest, I often joke about him being my favorite, but one of the things I am most proud of him for is his ability to turn difficult situations into opportunities for growth and leadership. Never one to mindlessly follow the pack, I am confident he will be super successful, and I’m excited to see what he does.

In this conversation, Anthony and I talk about his childhood, the experience of moving to a new city and feeling behind in school, how sports helped him to overcome his concerns about his height, struggles, and triumphs in football and theater, Anthony’s college experiences at Blinn, his future career aspirations, and more. Thanks for your support, and enjoy the episode!

Episode Highlights:
-The perks of being the youngest in a family of four kids
-Anthony’s experience of feeling behind starting at a new school in third grade after moving to Austin
-How sports helped Anthony overcome his doubts about being smaller
-The transformative experience Anthony had over his years on his high school football team
-Embracing a love of theater and music
-The challenges of balancing multiple activities and interests at the same time
-Anthony’s initial disappointment and ultimate decision to attend the Texas A&M-Blinn TEAM Program
-The experience of pledging a fraternity and finding your place in college
-Anthony’s career plans and aspirations

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