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How modern fathers answer the call to leadership, evolve as men and build their legacy today

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How modern fathers answer the call to leadership, evolve as men and build their legacy today

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By sunshinestarr - Oct 04 2015
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Five stars all the way! Everyone in the world needs to hear this show!

needed advice

By Whole Being Inc - Jun 03 2015
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Great info and insight for dads looking to up their game and leave a legacy.

iTunes Ratings

55 Ratings
Average Ratings
50
2
1
1
1

Yes!

By sunshinestarr - Oct 04 2015
Read more
Five stars all the way! Everyone in the world needs to hear this show!

needed advice

By Whole Being Inc - Jun 03 2015
Read more
Great info and insight for dads looking to up their game and leave a legacy.
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Fatherhood is Leadership

Latest release on Aug 23, 2016

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: 46: The Morning Routine That Will Change Your Life

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Are you a skeptic? Do you find all the reports of a morning routine improving your motivation hard to believe? Would you rather hit that snooze button again? Do you wonder how having a morning routine could affect your motivation? I know, it sounds like a lot of hype but there are scientific facts that support the theory that a morning routine can affect your motivation. Everyone's morning routine does of course vary in one aspect or another, but there are three major ways that a morning routine can affect your motivation.

In this episode you will learn:

  • Strategies to create the best morning routine for you
  • The benefits of a morning routine on your productivity, focus, mental and physical well being
  • Devon's P.O.W.E.R Hour routine that has transformed his life and those of his clients
  • The 30 Day Challenge that Devon Offers- with a BIG Prize for all those who complete it

Where you can find Devon:

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  • Coaching: After being full to capacity since last year, I will be taking on 2 new one-on-one coaching clients starting on April 1st. If you want to be considered, read this link and send me an email at devon@devonbandison.com
  • Big News: The Live Your Legacy Mastermind Group Begins March 28th. If you're interested send me and email

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Mar 16 2016

14mins

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Rank #2: 48: Fatherhood: Learning, Leading & Loving with Steve Chandler

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Steve Chandler is now the author of 30 books that have been translated into over 25 languages. His personal success coaching, public speaking and business consulting have been used by CEOs, top professionals, major universities, and over 30 Fortune 500 companies. He has twice won the national Audio of the Year award from King Features Syndicate. A popular guest on TV and radio talk shows, Steve Chandler has recently been called "the most powerful public speaker in America today." Steve is also a master coach who has helped train hundreds of coaches to transform many lives and businesses. He created the Coaching Prosperity School to assist coaches to build a strong practice and create great clients.

In this episode you will learn:

  • The distinction between complaints vs requests in parenting and life
  • How a single father of four navigated through raising his on his own
  • Why connection and respect for your child's interests matters
  • Why the problems you have aren't really problems
  • How to stay clear of becoming a helicopter parent

You can find Steve here:

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Mar 30 2016

30mins

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Rank #3: 47: The Art of People

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Dave Kerpen is a father of two beautiful girls, a husband to an amazing business partner, and friend to many. He is an entrepreneur, author, and speaker. In his day job, Dave is the founder and CEO of Likeable Local, a social media software company serving thousands of small businesses, as well as the chairman and cofounder of Likeable Media, an award-winning social media and word-of-mouth marketing agency. As one of Entrepreneur's 10 Up and Coming Leaders to Watch, Dave Kerpen been featured on CNBC's On the Money, BBC, ABC World News Tonight, the CBS Early Show, the New York Times, and countless blogs. Dave has also keynoted at dozens of conferences across the globe including Singapore, Athens, Dubai, San Francisco and Mexico City.

His first book was a New York Times bestseller - "Likeable Social Media: How to Delight Your Customers, Create an Irresistible Brand, and Be Generally Amazing on Facebook and other social networks." He's now followed up Likeable Social Media with two more books, Likeable Business & Likeable Leadership. His newest book "The Art of People" was just released in March 2016.

In this episode you will learn:

  • How he created a sponsored wedding to the woman of his dreams
  • About the Miracle Morning
  • The Art of People and the importance of leadership
  • Why you should wear orange shoes
  • The special moment when he met Frank Lautenberg

You can find Dave here:

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Mar 23 2016

32mins

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Rank #4: 44: Boot Camp for Life

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With over 20 years of personal development training and a four-year active duty enlistment in the United States Coast Guard, Anthony Drago is now a Peak Performance Strategist who trains the youth in the areas of personal development and proper body mechanics while using basketball as the vehicle to teach vital life lessons. Anthony is a basketball player for over 30 years and the former Assistant General Manager, Director of Player Development and Assistant Coach for the Staten Island Vipers ABA Professional Basketball Franchise. He has a unique ability to cross reference basketball situations and life situations and show the direct correlation and impact they have on each other.

In this episode you will learn:

  • How Tony Robbins helped him become a better father
  • How he teaches life skills to our youth through basketball
  • The importance of patience in parenting

You can find Anthony here:

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Feb 17 2016

26mins

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Rank #5: 43: When in Doubt Take Unusually Good Care of People

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Geoff Welch is the president and co-owner of DateLine Digital Printing, where his genuine demeanor and irreverent ideas about business have made him a sought after speaker. From classrooms to boardrooms, and from national conferences to the stage at TEDx, Geoff's engaging and humorous talks inspire people to reject the status quo and do their very best work.

Always up for a challenge, he and his wife Nicole have chosen to raise a small human named Maddy without the aid of any formal training.

In this episode you will learn:

  • If I get everything else right and screw up being a dad, I got it wrong
  • Why listening is a key leadership skills in parenting
  • The cost of leadership is self interest Simon Sinek
  • The lesson he learned from his daughter on his birthday
  • Quote: It's hard to be thankful and entitled at the same time
  • Quote: Your Legacy will not be about what you did for yourself

You can find Geoff here:

Resources:

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Feb 10 2016

26mins

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Rank #6: 45: Divorce Reality Check – Civility, Clarity and Common Sense

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Jacqueline Harounian, Esq. is an experienced trial attorney and a partner at Wisselman, Harounian & Associates, P.C. She practices matrimonial and family litigation and has handled a number of divorce, support, and custody-related cases in Supreme and Family Courts throughout Long Island and New York City. She has argued before the Appellate Division, Second Department on matters of custody, support, and parental alienation, and has had many favorable appellate decisions published in the New York Law Journal.

A natural leader, Ms. Harounian is consistently recognized for her skill and abilities by her peers, and has committed herself to providing clients with unparalleled legal representation. Although she is a highly accomplished litigator, Ms. Harounian believes that the best strategy for helping her clients is often to avoid litigation in favor of negotiating a settlement. In either case, she gives each client and their cases the respect, understanding, and high level of care that they deserve. She dedicates herself to finding solutions that are in the best interests of her clients in as clear-cut and cost-effective a manner as possible.

In this episode you will learn:

  • The new legal rights for fathers
  • How to take the high road during your divorce
  • How to create settlements that become contagious

You can find Jackie here:

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Mar 03 2016

29mins

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Rank #7: 22: Consciously Speaking About Parenting

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Michael Neeley is a former professional actor and medieval knight turned writer, motivational speaker, personal development coach, and author of the upcoming book The Art of Forgetting. He is also the host of the daily podcast, Consciously Speaking.

Michael has appeared in feature films with Mel Gibson and Kevin Costner, performed off Broadway with Andre Braugher and Kathleen Chalfant, and had recurring roles in several popular soap operas. His studies in character development took place both on and off camera, and ultimately fueled his desire to pursue personal development and consciousness training as a profession.

Michael is a student of Buddhism and sits on the Board of Directors at Insight Santa Cruz, a Buddhist meditation community. His contemplative practices form a great part of the foundation of his work, where he is also a certified Dharma teacher and meditation guide.

Most recently, Michael has put together a training program for other podcast hopefuls. He is helping upcoming hosts and producers in the A to Z process of designing, launching and growing a podcast audience.

In this episode you will learn:

  • How to be a more conscious parent
  • Insights on how to live with more integrity, work with greater passion, and lead an extraordinary life
  • Why Michael still becomes emotional when he recalls a past parenting decision that he now regrets
  • How mediation and mindfulness translate into becoming a better parent

You can find Michael here:

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Aug 21 2015

27mins

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Rank #8: 21: A Global Perspective on Fatherhood and Leadership

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Professor M.S. Rao is the father of "Soft Leadership". He is an international leadership guru and an internationally acclaimed leadership educator, executive coach, speaker, and consultant. He has 34 years of experience, and the author of 30 books including the award-winning 21 Success Sutras for Leaders that has been ranked as one of the Top 10 Leadership Books of the Year – 2013 by San Diego University, USA. His award-winning book Success Tools for CEO Coaches: Be a Learner, Leader, and Ladder is the Community Award Winner for 2014 by Small Business Trends, USA. His vision is to build one million students as global leaders by 2030. His vision program has been ranked as one of the Top 10 Finalists in the 'Not For Profit' category of Leadership Excellence 500 Awards, LEAD 2015 event in Dallas, USA. He has been honored as an upcoming International Leadership Guru by Leadership Gurus International.

In this episode you will learn:

  • the global perspective of fatherhood and leadership
  • how he authored 30 books while being an active and engaged father
  • life lessons he's passed on to his children
  • his vision for global leaders

You can find Professor Rao here:

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Aug 12 2015

22mins

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Rank #9: 50: Fatherhood from the Outback

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Rob Lowe hails from Australia and is husband to his beautiful wife - his most cherished relationship and father to the wonders of his life; his 2 boys aged 5 and 3. Robb is hugely excited as child #3 has been conceived and baking well. Rob considers himself built for fatherhood and as society has coined the phrase "she was just meant to be a mother" Rob feels he was just meant to be a father. Rob does what he does as a father because he loves what he does as a father - he knows that the family unit is all about contribution and that parenting is not simply mothering a child, it is equally important to be fathering a child. Rob stands up and out when other fathers sit back and over the last few years he has begun he own crusade to wake Fathers up to the important role they have in a child's life. Rob is setting about building leaders for life and see leadership and fatherhood as a relationship where the father has to build himself to a version of a person that is attractive for his kids. It is not hard as you kids already love you, they want to be with you - leverage this and always be present in life.

In this episode you will learn:

  • About conversations he had around fatherhood in India
  • The importance of scheduling family time in your calendar

You can find Rob here:

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May 11 2016

30mins

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Rank #10: 23: Why An NFL Linebacker Was Half Right About Youth Participation Trophies

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In this episode, host Devon Bandison goes deep into the discussion about the value of youth sports participation trophies. NFL Pittsburg Steeler Linebacker James Harrison recently made headlines for having his children return their sports participation trophies because he said they sent the wrong message. Are youth sports participation trophies a self esteem booster or do they reinforce that children don't have to earn things? Devon will explore the pros and cons and give the unique perspective he received from the people this issue affects the most, children. You can also read the article Devon published for The Good Men Project below.

In this episode you will learn:

  • 7 Values that team sports can instill in our children
  • The pros and cons to youth sports participation trophies
  • NFL Linebacker James Harrison's take on the trophies
  • The Fatherhood Leadership Academy is OPEN for registration. Don't miss out.

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Aug 26 2015

24mins

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Rank #11: 49: Fatherhood – The Tie That Binds Us Together

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Matt Schneider is the co-founder of City Dads Group, a dynamic and diverse community of more than 5,000 fathers in 20 cities across the United States. Matt works with reporters, brands, and entertainment outfits to encourage more accurate and positive portrayals of fathers and fatherhood in media and advertising. He also hosts the Modern Dads Podcast, a bi-weekly show featuring authors, journalists, and top parenting experts. Matt lives in New York City with his wife, and two boys.

In this episode you will learn:

  • The importance and impact of support groups for dads
  • About the life of an at-home dad
  • How to allow teachers to teach and allow your children to lead
  • Matt's cool fatherhood book recommendations

You can find Matt here:

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Apr 13 2016

33mins

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Rank #12: 42: Fatherhood is the Anchor of Stability in Life

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Dave Beam has been helping businesses for the last 24 years. He is owner and operator of a successful ActionCOACH Business Coaching franchise, and has a passion to assist business leaders create amazing outcomes. He has coached over 200 businesses in the Tri-State area over the last twelve years. Dave is recognized as a leading coach with the ActionCOACH franchise and has been recognized with numerous awards.

Dave was born in Lexington, Kentucky, and grew up in southern Ohio. He attended the University of Kentucky and studied chemistry, and returned to the Tri-State area over 24 years ago. He understands the economic and business challenges associated with the Appalachian area. Dave resides in Wheelersburg, Ohio and is happily married for 30 years to his wife, Connie, and has three sons. He is active in his local church and is a certified biblical counsellor with ACBC. In that role, he enjoys helping people overcome personal challenges.

His diverse business career includes developing an environmental consulting branch office from the ground up to an over 1.5 million dollar annual revenue, serving as director of research and development for a specialty communication firm, business regulatory consultant for municipal government, as well as marketing, sales, and business development experience.

Dave specializes in coaching clients in business growth and leadership development. His personal style of coaching is kind but intense. He is an accomplished group facilitator and speaker. Dave has a passion to make a difference in the lives of the people he serves and believes that great leadership coupled with an abundance attitude is the pathway to world class excellence. He helps his clients find a clear opportunity in every challenge, and then take action to create amazing results.

In this episode you will learn:

  • Creating a sanctified day in your home to achieve work life harmony
  • Teaching your children how to live in grace
  • Listening for the purpose of understanding
  • The time in your day where they real work of life shows up

You can find Dave here:

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Feb 03 2016

27mins

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Rank #13: 41: Creating a Safe Space for Men to Get Real

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Larry D. Edwards is the founder & Executive Director of Edwards Mentoring & Social Services, PLLC - a community organization dedicated to the empowerment and optimal social functioning of children, youth and families. As a licensed Master Social Worker, Larry possess twenty years of experience and training in the social service sector. Prior to finding his company in April 2015, Larry served as the Director of New York City's premiere fathering program: Forestdale Fathering Initiative, where he developed, implemented and managed personal development programming for approximately 250 fathers annually. The aforementioned programming included Parenting & Co-Parenting Education, Domestic Violence Education, Anger & Abusive Behavior Management Education and Financial Empowerment Counseling. Larry has served as guest speaker and panelist on both the local and national stage, his professional work being featured most recently in the Pureland Picture documentary "Daddy Don't Go" - An Emily Abt Film with Co Executive Producers Malik Yoba and Omar Epps. He also has extensive experience working with Individuals (and families) with disabilities and special needs.

Larry, a native of South Carolina, resides in the Springfield Gardens section of Queens with his wife of 15 years and their three teenage sons: twins Joshua & Jeremiah (14) and John (13). He continues his devotion to being an Agent-of-Change by providing professional mentoring, counseling and educational services to individuals and families in crisis. He also consults for and collaborates with public and private organizations dedicated to strengthening the community.

In this episode you will learn:

  • How he became a recognized leader in the Fatherhood Space
  • How he helps fathers unpack their own childhood and develop as men
  • How we breaks the cycle of parenting based on how we were parented
  • The importance and impact of individual and family time in developing your children's self esteem
  • About how Edwards Mentoring Services is shaping young people's lives

You can find Larry here:

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Jan 22 2016

35mins

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Rank #14: 40: How to Create Prosperity by Transitioning from Victim to Owner

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Dave Schwendiman is a recovered entrepreneur and undefeated competitive runner (the other guy didn't know he were racing). He leveraged 30 seconds of Japanese Cup Noodle fame into a full 15 minutes. Dave is scared of spiders, but will beat you in a handstand contest. He discovered his love of sales and coaching only after going completely broke as a contractor. He finally listened to his mom and applied for a job as an insurance agent. A few short years later, Dave leveraged the lessons learned through both success and failure and found himself managing corporate sales training across three states with the fastest growing agents in the country.

The work was amazing, but his family life suffered and he found something was still missing. In a fit of genius Dave quit his safe, secure corporate job, sold his home and moved across the state with his family in toe to intentionally create the life he wanted.

Dave now helps his clients to live their own dreams, achieve completely unreasonable financial goals and have a hell of a good time along the way.

In this episode you will learn:

  • How he helps people develop sales skills to make more money than they've ever made
  • How he moved his family out of debt and eating bean burritos into a life of prosperity
  • That special moment between his daughter and him that propelled him to become and full time entrepreneur
  • How to create 15 minutes of Daddy time every single day

You can find Dave here:

Resources

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Jan 06 2016

33mins

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Rank #15: 39: How to Create Your Dream Life 4% at a Time

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Gary Mahler is a beach boy who was born a thousand miles too far from a beach. He spends his days finding the perfect wave, chilling in Daikanyama, Tokyo, and savoring shave ice on the North Shore of Oahu. His background is in business administration, having completed a five year degree with honors. His thesis was based on his company, Mahler Industries - one of the most respected CNC manufacturing facilities in British Columbia, Canada.

At one point while running his company, Gary found his dissatisfaction growing and his life becoming mired in stress, tension and unhappiness. He transitioned from creating and running a successful manufacturing business for more than 20 years, to designing and creating two beautiful design homes, to living and working in Paris, Tokyo and traveling the globe like a love-sick jet-setter. His focus shifted from linear thinking to having fun while getting amazing things done. From this inspiration, Gary helps people create an impact in their lives as a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach. His zeal is now centered on helping other executives re-find their passion and to become great leaders. He has since sold his company and is using his vast experience running a successful business to create a leadership and mentorship program for business owners to be|come Alive.

In this episode you will learn:

  • The "no blending" mindset when it comes to work life integration
  • How to create the dream life and career 4% at a time
  • The importance of giving your children the gift of what life could be
  • The ultimate daily morning ritual that allows him to show up powerfully for his family and his clients

You can find Gary here:

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Dec 30 2015

31mins

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Rank #16: 38: The 2015 End of the Year Success Inventory

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Let's face it, New Year's resolutions hardly work. Research has shown that as little as 8% of resolutions actually are successful. At the end of each year, Devon walks his high-performing coaching clients through a success inventory that helps them finish the year off strong and create a clear success plan for the following year. In this episode, Devon will give you the template for how to create a success inventory for 2015 to help you acknowledge and celebrate your accomplishments. That's the first step, acknowledge and celebrate.

In this episode you will learn:

  • Create a success inventory of 2015
  • Identify, acknowledge and celebrate your 2015 "wins"
  • Systems to "clean up" before the year ends
  • Spend time evaluating your growth personally, professionally, financially and in your relationships

Resources

Register for the Fatherhood Leadership Academy Coaching Program
Watch my TEDx Talk: The Most Important Question A Father Can Ask Himself

Dec 26 2015

17mins

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Rank #17: 37: How to Create a Lifestyle Business and Escape to Something Better

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Kimanzi Constable used to deliver bread for a living; Now he writes. You can see his words in cool places such as The Huffington Post, Entrepreneur Magazine, Mind Body Green, The Good Men Project, Fox News, and many more. Kimanzi's books have sold over 100,000 copies and his new book, Stop Chasing Influencers, drops later this year. In the last three years, Kimanzi has lost 170 pounds and moved his family to Maui, Hawaii. His goal is to help you create freedom in your work, health, and relationships and live your dream life.

In this episode you will learn:

  • How Kimanzi went from a bread delivery guy to creating his dream life as an entrepreneur
  • How to successfully self-publish your book
  • Why building your audience is one of the most important things an entrepreneur must do
  • How to build a business around the things you love

You can find Kimanzi here:

Resources

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Dec 09 2015

33mins

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Rank #18: 36: Taming the High Cost of College

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Brad Baldridge, CFP®, is a college funding consultant specializing in late-stage college funding planning. He provides customized planning using the latest financial aid, tax, cash flow and academic strategies. With these strategies Brad may help a family save a significant amount of money on their college expenses and make a student's college dream a reality. Brad's goal is to help a family save time, save money and reduce stress in the college planning process.

Brad lectures extensively conducting his workshop "Taming the High Cost of College" for groups and high schools. Over the years thousands have benefited from the unique insight and great strategies presented at his workshops.

In this episode you will learn:

  • Tips to save your family money for college
  • How Brad and his wife influence their children's educational journey
  • How to deal with the transition to the teenage years
  • The importance of teaching communication, self advocacy and entrepreneurship

You can find Brad here:

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Dec 03 2015

28mins

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Rank #19: 35: From the Jon Stewart Show to Baseball Podcaster

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Paul "Sully" Sullivan is a native New Englander living in California, is an Emmy-nominated television producer who has previously produced such shows as "Axe Men", "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" and "The Bonnie Hunt Show". An award-winning filmmaker, he directed the feature film "I'll Believe You" as well as many short films including "Sergi" as featured on PBS' "Independent Lens". He has performed stand up comedy all across the United States and appeared on the TV shows "Monk" and "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" as well as the upcoming movie "The Wrong Stuff". He has been a contributing baseball writer for USA Today, Baseball Digest, The Hardball Times, Time Out New York and Bleacher Report. Sully has appeared in the HBO Sports documentaries "Curse of the Bambino" and "Reverse the Curse of the Bambino" as well as on ESPN2's Cold Pizza and NESN's "Spaceman: A Baseball Odyssey".

Sully is the creator and host of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast. Every single day since October 24, 2012, he posts an original episode of comedic yet passionate takes, analysis and observations of the game he loves. Guests have included All Star pitcher Sean Doolittle and former big league stars Ellis Valentine, Rudy May and Ellis Valentine. Sully's original videos have been featured on Deadspin, NBC Sports and Yahoo Sports and can be seen on the Sully Baseball channel on YouTube.

In this episode you will learn:

  • How he schools us on the original version of New York, New York
  • Creating immortality
  • Why empathy helped him become a better father
  • How a baseball enthusiast integrates work/family life

You can find Sully here:

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Nov 25 2015

34mins

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Rank #20: 34: How to Reinvent Yourself Through Entrepreneurship

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Jim Palmer is a marketing and business building expert and host of Newsletter Guru TV and Stick Like Glue Radio. He is known internationally as "The Newsletter Guru" - the go-to resource for maximizing the profitability of customer relationships. He is the founder and president of Custom Newsletters, Inc., parent company of No Hassle Newsletters, No Hassle Social Media, The Newsletter Guru's Concierge Print and Mail on Demand, Magnetic Attraction and Retention System (MARS) training program, Success Advantage Publishing, Double My Retention, Stick Like Glue Radio, and Newsletter Guru TV.

Jim is a cancer survivor, has been married for thirty-three years, has four grown children and an awesome grandson. He lives in Chester County, Pennsylvania with his wife, Stephanie, their cat Serendipity, and Toby the marketing dog. Jim and Stephanie love to kayak, travel, and spend time with their family.

In this episode you will learn:

  • How he taught his children how to communicate for results
  • The benefits of being an entrepreneur
  • How Jim reinvented himself at age 41
  • About teaching the value of service to the less fortunate

You can find Jim here:

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Nov 11 2015

29mins

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