My guest today is Steve Eckert. He is a father of two, husband and a 7 figure entrepreneur that instills the no excuse philosophy for business and in life through his company the LTD project. I met Steve when we did the Squire Program. He is one of one of the instructors in that program. …
Yeadon Smith is my guest on this episode and he has been a husband for 15 years. A father of four, marathon runner and a business owner. He is a recovering youth minister, now working full time in real estate. He is co-founder of Live Oak Capital which has grown since its inception to $36…
My guest, Eric Davis, father of 3, served our country as a U.S. Navy SEAL and decorated veteran of the Global War on Terror. Eric has been recognized as one of the premier sniper instructors in the U.S. military and has served as a Master Training Specialist at the SEAL sniper school in Coronado, CA….
Today’s guest is Ben Crawford who set the record for the largest hike through the Appalachian trail with his family. His book, 2,000 Miles Together tells the story of this extreme family adventure, the physical challenges they faced, as well as the public ridicule that threatened their journey. Ben explains how incorporating kids into our adventures teaches them ownership, cooperation, and pride in contributing to a shared goal.
How can we teach our kids to navigate hardships and adversity while also raising them to be well-behaved? Today’s guest is Chris Santillo, the author of Resilience Parenting: Raising Resilient Children in an Era of Detachment and Dependence. Chris is a black belt instructor of Kempo karate and has established a foundation of three pillars in parenting—learning, service, and integrity. You will find out what snowplow parenting is and why it’s so damaging. You’ll also learn why you should formulate a family creed, how to teach ownership and independence, and how to give kids space to overcome challenges to become constant learners in life.
Today we have Dad Edge Alliance member Daniel Nolan on the show. He is a self-confessed helicopter parent in recovery and the creator of the Hard Love Project. Helicopter parenting is when we hover over our children to make sure nothing bad happens to them.
We’re all guilty of this at times, but Daniel tells us how to raise resilient kids by challenging them to step out of their comfort zone and exposing them to life. He also talks about how we can design regular emotional, social, and physical challenges for our kids to boost their confidence and independence.