MyUntold Stories Google+ Hangout On Air – Family Firsts

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This is part three of a sponsored series for Wells Fargo’s Untold Stories Collection.

On March 19, 2015, I participated in a Google+ On Air Hangout with Ronnie and Lamar Tyler from Black and Married with Kids and Lisa Frison (VP and African-American Segment Manager, Wells Fargo). The conversation, hosted by Wells Fargo, was part of the MyUntold Stories campaign. During the conversation we talked about what it’s like to be the first person in your family to achieve a milestone. I discussed my experiences as the first person in my family to graduate from college. Ronnie and Lamar shared their experiences as the first entrepreneurs in their family. We also talked about some of our hopes and dreams for our children and what we’d like to see them achieve in their lifetime.

Please watch the video and share your thoughts in the comments below.

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Join the conversation: Wells Fargo would love for you to share your family’s untold story. You can share via Twitter with the hashtag #MyUntold or post a video on Youtube or Instagram. You can also leave a comment about your family’s story below.

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Frederick J. Goodall

Frederick J. Goodall is the founder of Mocha Dad - a parenting website focused on fatherhood. He is passionate about parenting and helping men to be great dads, husbands, and role models. You can contact him at fjgoodall@mochadad.com or on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/mochadad

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