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Meet Daniel 

Daniel is 34-year-old dad who served in the Marine Corps who knew he wanted more for his life.  He transitioned out of the uniform, got a job, started a family, but still felt something was missing.  He would stay up at night wondering how he was going to provide for his family.  How he was going to be the dad he knew he wanted to be.  How to show up as the husband and create the certainty his wife needed.

Daniel looks at his kids and wonders what life he is creating for them to grow up in.

He is seeking that connection to his wife and kids.  He keeps a lot of things bottled up because that is what he was told was the "right" thing.  He has conversations in his head that always end with him feeling broken, worthless, and wondering if this is what life is really about. 

He is looking for that one thing that will change his life in a radical way, he has big dreams, big ambitions, and a heart the size of the ocean. 

 He hears a podcast that says "Dads coming home" and he realizes he has been on autopilot with so much of his life.  He says "Today will be the day", he takes the first step which begins a journey of discovery,  growth, and vulnerability with others in a way he has never known.    

May 26, 2019

In this episode, we talked about coming home from deployments, connecting with your kids, and losing your dad.

Paul has such great stories with depth that are easily relatable and his story of how he got started in his fitness business and helping others work through what is holding them back. 

This is just a great all...

May 19, 2019

This was a new area for the podcast, we really hadn't hit the kitchen area of being a dad and Ronaldo was the perfect guest to bust this topic wide open. 

He is a celebrity in the Latino community for his role in building community conduits to drive a change in our relationship with food. 


Ronaldo's Cookbook


May 12, 2019

You have to hang on to the end of the podcast but Philip drops a great story about what coming home means and how he demonstrates the priority to his wife and then his kids. 

Philip is a dad I was introduced about two years ago well before I had a podcast or a name for a business.  Really thankful for the introduction...

May 5, 2019

The conversations Reece and I had during this interview were game-changing.  We talked about what it was like when his wife was diagnosed with brain cancer, how to transition out with an identity, starting with the simple things in life, and just overall life as a Dad in 2019. 

This is a very well rounded episode for so...