Do you have a great mentor in your life?
Were there people in your childhood, at school, or at work who pushed you to new heights and inspired you to dream bigger?
If you’re like many high achieving Dads, you probably know a thing or two about setting goals. But where a lot of guys struggle, is when it comes to creating and developing goals as a couple.
Matt Aitchison shares what it means to be a whole life millionaire and living the “R.I.C.H.” life – which he breaks down into 4 key areas: Relationships, Income, Community and Health. In our conversation, we dive into each of these pillars, and much more!
Rich ‘Raz’ Razgaitis joins the podcast and talks about life’s biggest hurdles.
Do your kids laugh at your jokes? Mine don’t! Well, they do when they’re trying to watch screens or eat treats.
Today I’m happy to introduce you to comedian, part Puerto Rican/part Guatemalan and epic dad Erik Rivera (who you can see right now has a HBO Max special with his new special “Super White”).
In this episode, Michael Brcic joins the podcast to discuss how to help busy entrepreneurs take inventory of their life, and manage their business with an end goal of helping them spend more time with their family.
In this episode Tyler joins the podcast to share practical advice about fatherhood, overcoming tragedy, forgiveness, having empathy towards others, and how he establishes a connection with his kids.
In this episode, Michael Barron joins the podcast to discuss his experiences growing up, significant struggles as a father, and how he is helping himself and his kids find the balance between being self-reliant and responsible, versus knowing when to ask for help.
In this episode, we speak with Steve Olsher about the importance of empowering your children to create their own moral code and make their own decisions.
In this episode Brandon Miller chats about his book, Play to Their Strengths, which is about developing your strengths as a parent and how parents should use these strengths to see the brilliance in their children.
In this episode, Joel Louis joins the podcast to discuss why he left a successful corporate career to fulfill his passion for entrepreneurship and prioritize family without sacrificing financial stability.
Dean A 1973
Father of 3