Entrepreneur Dad Episodes

57 Next-level serial entrepreneur, coach & autism dad with Michael Ca…

“Saying the right thing during a coachable moment to your children that builds their self-confidence can be the biggest differenc…

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🎙 DADicated #56: “Divorce changed me from a father to a dad” with Ron…

Ron Blair is currently going through a divorce and has 100% custody of his 3 teenagers (18, 15 & 12). His marriage and family cul…

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50 Hao Lam: Street Kid, Refugee, Leading Education Entrepreneur & Dad

🎙️ DADicateddotcom #46 Hao Lam: Street Kid, Refugee, Leading Education Entrepreneur & Dad Hao Lam is a refugee from Vietnam, n…

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#49 Don Britton sold his company to become a better Dad

“The best advice I can give myself as a dad is finding as many different reference points to emulate becoming a better dad.” Don …

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44 Mark X Cronin on his son’s Down Syndrome & Spreading Happiness

“Stay humble and accept the humility that comes as a parent.” Mark Cronin, on DADicateddotcom Mark has 3 sons, one of which ha…

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43 Truly staying connected & living purposefully with Jeff Neufeld

Jeff is an amazing man & father of three from Canada. Previously professional concert pianist gone CEO & entrepreneur he understa…

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42 Craig Rodney on Single-Dad-Hacks

“I am 100% responsible for how I choose to walk through the door at the end of a day and parent my kids.” Craig Rodney, on DADica…

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39 Michel Kripalani on his wife’s brain tumor & superhero families. "…

“To a child the word LOVE is spelled T-I-M-E.” Michel Kripalani on DADicated.com

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37 Perspectives of an outlier dad. Arel Moodie’s journey from welfare…

Arel Moodie is a Jewish person of colour (white mom and a black dad) who grew up in the projects in New York witnessing gang viol…

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35 Rich Mulholland on becoming a dad after divorce, winning the stepm…

“How is the most important job the one we have the least information for?” Richard Mulholland on DADicated.com

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33 Arthur Gillis: learnings from a blended family by a seasoned entre…

“As fathers we sometimes have to be benevolent dictators, even if our children are grown-ups, they are still children.” Arthur Gi…

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29 Sander Raeijmaekers a Dad’s view of postnatal depression (PPD)

Sander is a dear friend of mine. He is 41 years old, has one daughter. Sander has always been a big inspiration for me as a dad. …

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25 Dr. Michael Trautmann’s fatherhood journey & one life changing day…

Michael Trautmann is a strong man I truly admire who possesses the ability to inspire and lead people to success. He is a ser…

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24 David Bacon was born a great uncle (in case you are trying to figu…

As we do this session I am in lockdown with four three year olds and two four and a half year olds, so times are interesting. …

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23 Dr. Malik Mohammed a journey from homeless child to “Scholar Warri…

This next session truly left me in awe. It is powerful and inspirational. Dr. Abdul-Malik Muhammad is a father, husband, educa…

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