Core Values and Beliefs Play a Motivational Role in Our Personal & Business Journey

Core values and beliefs also play a motivational role in the Mackintosh family, who reside in Lehi, Utah. Devout Christians themselves, life took a twist when Scott and Becky found a teaching moment to instill a family ‘core value’ with their daughter and acted upon it.

One thing for sure, they never expected a photo of a ‘core value’ teaching moment to go viral on social media!

Scott and Becky’s dynamic and down-to-earth content will inspire, motivate, and transform individuals and couples to make real change in creating lasting relationships. Check out their blog @

Becky Mackintosh is a popular speaker known for her inspirational stories, honest approach, and having an open heart. Her love for humanitarian work inspired her to volunteer in India and Africa.

That is to say, humanitarian work that reflects the selfless service and dedication Becky renders within the walls of her:

  • home
  • family
  • church

She is the proud and humbled mother of seven children and an ever-growing number of grandchildren.

Scott’s humorous, insightful, and inspirational presentation reveals the TRUTHS to lasting relationships, equipping you to be better leaders making for better and more profitable businesses and joy-filled homes.

Audiences have described this keynote speech as “Entertaining, hilarious, thought-provoking, and inspirational. Scott and Becky get down to the real nitty-gritty marital and parenting pains. They speak from experience and straight from their heart.

Listen in as Scott and Becky share motivational parental tips on core values and beliefs and how love and kindness are always the answer.

Belief Windows

We know and have learned that everyone comes to this life uniquely.

Unique and growing in many different ways, such as:

  • Religion
  • Faith
  • Beliefs

Something I call belief windows.

Sometimes we can have core values that are the same in some ways; this is where our belief windows overlap. And the rest of our values and beliefs are different. Core value differences can create conflict among friends, family, and relationships in general. Remembering to be respectful, kind, loving, and accepting of everyone is essential in maintaining lasting relationships.

However, maintaining relationships start with a relationship with one’s self. Beliefs and core values are a significant piece of one’s personality and being. With that said, having different belief windows is what makes it hard to tolerate and respect others because they don’t believe what we believe.

Unfortunately, we massively see this throughout the world today.

Indeed, if people would quit trying to make some else’s core values and belief window the same as their own, this would end a lot of conflicts not only in our personal and business lives but the world as a whole.

Make sure to watch the video above where Scott and Becky reveal the TRUTHS to lasting relationships, equipping you to be better leaders motivating for better and more profitable businesses and joy-filled homes.

At the end of the day, we know that people are the same in one respect, and that is, we have a desire to love and be loved.

That’s it, folks!

Take care,

Kody B.