In 2002, President James E. Faust gave a talk during the priesthood session of general conference. He said, “Your future may not hold fame or fortune, but it can be something far more lasting and fulfilling. Remember that what we do in life echoes in eternity.” Twelve years later in 2014, Nate Checketts co-founded Rhone Apparel, an activewear company for men. He hoped that positive messages on men’s apparel could help shape the future of the little men he and his wife, Dayna, are raising. So he began adding messages on the inside of his company’s clothes, including this quote by President Faust. On today’s episode, we talk with Nate and Dayna about why they are passionate about creating a brand that teaches correct principles.
"It is emotionally exhausting to try and decide whether or not you are going to serve in the church, whether or not you're going to read your scriptures that night, whether or not you're going to say a prayer. ...It is so much easier to just be fully committed to the Lord."
1:38- Public Figure Parents
7:02- Public Speaking and Disney Princesses
12:50- Christmas Pajamas
15:40- Messages for Men
19:02- Mental Health
25:22- Standing for Something
27:04- Teaching Correct Principles
32:06- Habits and Self-Care
44:02- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ?
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