CEO of the McDan Shipping Company Dr. Daniel McKorley has revealed that he made his first son start working as a security guard in order to instill empathy and discipline in him.
He had to have his kid work his way up from the lowest rank in the organization because he wanted him to understand the basics of serving.
His kid, he claims, was promoted from a security guard to a cleaner and worked his way through the ranks until he was where he is now.
When he revealed this, McDan was speaking on Joy Prime.
He believes that instilling discipline in children should not be the macho type but rather give them the understanding of why they need to be disciplined.
“My son, for instance, was supposed to go to the university, but I said he should sit at home for one year. I told him to go and start work in my company as a security guard. He saw the trend of learning how to be disciplined. I always teach my children how to serve because they are sports personalities, and all of them play tennis.
“The boys play football. He started work in my company as a Security guard; he moved as a cleaner. Right now, he is a big boy. So for me, teaching discipline is not the macho type of discipline but the soft skill discipline. I have ten kids, and I never say stop twice because the second stop, you’ll receive some lashes. It worked for me; it might not work for somebody else.”