How CIA Training Prepared Andrew Bustamante for Fatherhood

May 22, 2023

Dear listeners,

In our latest episode, we tackled the topic of education systems and the impact that they can have on children’s futures. We explored the idea that both public and private school systems can be dangerous because they allow someone else to cultivate a child’s childhood experience and mold them into the adult they want them to be, not the adult the parents want them to be.

We also talked about the importance of considering the future when choosing an education system for children. The university system and workforce will look different in ten years, and children need to be prepared for that future. We touched on the idea that public school students may become drones who escape into digital devices and must compete against the children of the future.

Andrew Bustamante, also shared his personal story of growing up in a household without any religious beliefs and finding his faith later in life. We learned about his perspective on religion and his approach to bringing honor and glory to God in his own way.

We also delved into the intriguing and complex world of intelligence officers, including the kind of people they have to interact with in their job. Our guest shared some of the lessons he learned at the CIA, including the difference between producers and consumers and how this applies to intelligence collection.

We also discussed screen time and children, the dangers of sensationalized news, and the speaker’s decision to homeschool his children using unschooling methods.

We hope you found our latest episode informative and upped your wisdom rating. Stay tuned for upcoming episodes where we’ll continue to explore a variety of fascinating topics.  Listen here 



One Reply to “How CIA Training Prepared Andrew Bustamante for Fatherhood”

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