Dr. Steve Pearlman, Ph.D. is a renowned critical thinking expert, educator, and the founder of the Critical Thinking Institute. Since 1992, he has been teaching critical thinking and writing in higher education, including esteemed liberal arts colleges and state universities. With a mission to make advanced thinking skills accessible to everyone, his revolutionary methods have made a significant impact on the way critical thinking is taught and applied.
David Hurwitt is a highly successful sales and marketing leader, brings his extensive expertise to the Dad Edge podcast as he discusses how to make college choices easier for kids and parents. As the driving force behind Troove, David has revolutionized the higher education selection process by harnessing the predictive power of experience.
Today’s guest is John Elsasser. He is a former Army Ranger and the host of The Art of Masculinity podcast. He is going to tell us how to create a Masculine Blueprint so that we can identify what kind of men we want to become.
In living by our own code, we will always know who we are and where we stand.
How insane is it to be a parent these days? Now, think about what your kids are going through. How can you be the go-to guy for your kids when they are struggling?
Dad Edge Alliance member and elementary school teacher Charlie Moynahan tells us how!
Are you living as your true self? Or have you built your life around someone else’s idea of who you’re supposed to be? And if you feel like you’re living a lie, how can you drown out the noise of the world and march to the beat of your own drum?
Today we have an everyday dad and extraordinary person from the Dad Edge Alliance. Chris Lesso is the founder of Your Best Self Through Drumming and is an expert on optimizing the power of drumming to improve focus, confidence, and self-expression.
Get ready to jam!
Michael Gurian tells us the top three reasons why today’s kids aren’t connecting with their dads. He teaches us to discover our assets as fathers and how to invite our kids to utilize them. He also shares the neuroscience behind the differences between bonding with sons and daughters, and how we be the best father to each gender.