Boomer sits down with Doug Anderson, his father. Growing up, Doug was always able to put family first even as a busy executive. How did he do it? In this Thanksgiving episode, Doug and Boomer talk a bit about growing up doing competition barbecue, moving kids at a young age, and how Doug made it to all the sporting events.
[2:00] Making the appropriate child development decisions
[5:44] Growing up in the 60s
[7:47] Competition barbecue
[13:57] Documenting and measuring BBQ performance
[19:18] Managing time between work, family, sports, and leisure activities
[22:02] What has contributed to your successful career?
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