Robert Darby's father was a steel worker for many years. He also enjoyed fixing things, and repaired televisions alongside working at the steel mill.
Watching his father work two jobs instilled work ethic into Darby. Work ethic lead to adequately providing for your family.
Indeed, Darby somewhat followed in his father footsteps, and became a mechanic at General Mills. Continuing the legacy, Darby has worked hard to provide for his family.
Although Darby changes the narrative by being actively involved in his children’s extracurricular activities. He always make time. Whereas his father would miss or be too busy to spend time with him.
Darby tells his sons, “Don’t work too much where you’re not home. In this thing called life, you don’t get a do-over. You gotta get it right the first time. You’re going to make mistakes along the way. Some things are correctable if you pay attention.”