Rich Mitchell is a a certified Life Coach through The Life Coach School. He helps high achieving professionals overcome burnout so they can get fired up about their personal and professional lives. He is a Life Coach for single dads on a mission to help single dads level up to their fullest potential.
Yeadon Smith is the founder of “My First Million in Multifamily”. Yeadon discerned that he was not called to the pastorate, and launched a career in real estate. He was one of the top producing real estate agents in his market while he was active in the residential transaction side of real estate.
Alyssa Campbell is a teacher, parent, and an emotional development expert with a masters degree in early childhood education. She is also the author of the book “Tiny Humans, Big Emotions.” In addition to her writing endeavors, Alyssa also runs a business and is a devoted mother to a two and a half-year-old. Her ethos revolves around the importance of building emotional intelligence in children. She believes in recognizing and regulating biases, looking beyond behavior for understanding, and fostering empathy in communication.
Scott Gutzman embarked on his career in the audio/visual domain at 18, swiftly ascending through various roles, mastering leadership, organization, and customer interactions within a decade. His stint in nightlife security polished his abilities in customer engagement and heightened his situational awareness.
Adam Davis is a notable figure in law enforcement, embodies the principles of authenticity and vulnerability in his work. He’s passionate about aiding individuals through their trauma journeys and firmly believes in the essential role of transparency in relationships. Among his extensive accomplishments, Adam champions for parental vigilance and protection, underscores the value of embracing love and seeking support, and advocates for prioritizing familial bonds and love. His endeavors seek to facilitate healing and triumph by inspiring surrender and defense of family values.
In this episode of the Dad Edge Podcast, Larry Hagner discusses the importance of measuring progress and introduces a new tool called the Five Dials, which helps participants track their growth in various areas of their lives. The boardroom is a tight-knit group of dad business owners who focus on growing their businesses, improving their marriages, and strengthening their relationships with their kids. Larry also highlights the trifecta of business, marriage, and parenting and emphasizes the importance of creating a nurturing environment for open communication with our children.