This is a podcast for dads! Sure, there are way more podcasts out there for dads, but why not make another one, right?!
This podcast will aim to discuss topics important to dads. We will cover topics from finances, health, spirituality, encouragement, discipline, and much more! Come and join in the fun as we focus on Being a dad...On Purpose!
I have the opportunity to interview Matt WIlbur from The Fitness Rebellion. Matt was a competitive bodybuilder who found himself wanting to encourage dads to be the healthiest they could be for their kids. He helped begin The Fitness Rebellion to encourage and equip dads with the tools to move in a healthier direction.
We are partnering with The Fitness Rebellion to offer 10% off a coaching package. Visit their website and put BADOP (or Being A Dad On Purpsoe if you like typing a lot) to receive a 10% discount today.
In our monthly interview with Jim Uren, Financial Advisor Specialist for Phase III Advisory, we have a great discussion about encouraging financial responsibility with our kids. He gives some great advice and I hope you enjoy the conversation! Be sure to rate, share and subscribe to the podcast!
The book Jim mentions in the interview: The First National Bank of Dad by David Owen
In this episode Ryan Roy, author of Be The Dad You Wish You Had and founder of FBI Dads, joins me again to discuss breaking down generational barriers that can hinder our ability to be the best dads for our kids right now. We talk about forgiveness, positivity, and pushing beyond our past experiences. It's a great conversation. I hope you enjoy it!
In this episode, I have the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Adam Starks author of Broken Child Mended Man and Love Will Find Your Home. He has a powerful story of resiliency and strength. A story that should encourage dads who have been through the foster care system and foster parents alike. I hope you enjoy this episode of Being A Dad...On Purpose.
On this episode I have a great conversation about well-child visits with Dr. Srikanth Garlapati from Davis Medical Center in Elkins, WV. He shares some insight into why we should take well-child visits seriously and why dads should be engaged in the process.
We also have our monthly financial segment with Jim Uren, Certified Financial Planner with Phase III Advisory Services out of Buffalo Grove, Illinois. He shares some wisdom around wills and trusts.
Enjoy the episode! Remember to like, rate, and/or share this podcast for others to engage in the conversation!
In this interview, Ryan Roy discusses breaking down generational barriers, gives some insight into encouraging and expressing love to your kids, and much more. It's a great interview!
BE THE DAD YOU WISH YOU HAD: fbidads.com/freebook
DADS DAILY 4
-Just Say I Love You
-Tell your kids you believe in them
-Tell your kids you trust them
-Tell your kids you are proud of them
What are we doing to instill quality character and integrity into our kids? How are we demonstrating it? We want our kids to make a difference in the world and one of the best ways is to have quality character in public and private. In this episode, I share some thoughts on why it's important. I hope you enjoy this episode!
Link to my DAD LOVES me! by Marianne Richmond
In this episode, I take some time to listen to the story of my good friend, Jasmine. Jasmine is a dad who happens to be a transgender woman. She tells her story of transition, communicating with her kids, and what non-trans dads need to know about transgender people. I hope you'll listen.
I had the honor of interviewing Cori Luigs, author of Nate Saves The World. She shared her writing process, how her husband Dan was an encouragement, what it is like to write with children, and more. You can connect with Cori on social media, but can also visit https://doodlebearpub.com/ for more information on her upcoming books!
New intro music produced by iEarn Fist.
In this episode we have our monthly financial segment with Jim Uren, a Certified Financial Planner from Phase 3 Advisory Services out of Buffalo Grove, Illinois. You can visit Phase3advisory.com for more information. I also take a few minutes to discuss Valentine's Day and why we should at least try to do something, but it shouldn't be the only time we do.
Here is the list from the document of information for college savings Jim mentioned in our segment.
College Savings Account Comparison
Regular Taxable Account (eg Individual or Joint)
PERSON(S) WITHDRAWALS CAN BE USED FOR: No restrictions
WITHDRAWALS MUST BE USED FOR: No restrictions
TAX BENEFITS: No special tax benefits
FINANCIAL AID TREATMENT: Fairly favorable
NOTES: Often favored by those in lower tax brackets
UTMA/UGMA (ie a custodial account opened in a child's name)
PERSON(S) WITHDRAWALS CAN BE USED FOR: Only the child for whom the account was opened
WITHDRAWALS MUST BE USED FOR: Anything for the benefit of the child including but not limited to college expenses
TAX BENEFITS: Child may be eligible to pay a lower tax rate on income and capital gains than the parent(s)
FINANCIAL AID TREATMENT: Unfavorable
NOTES: Child has full control over accounts at age of majority (varies by state)
State Sponsored 529 Savings Plan
PERSON(S) WITHDRAWALS CAN BE USED FOR: Any of your children or close relatives
WITHDRAWALS MUST BE USED FOR: Qualified college expenses; Up to $10,000 K-12 tuition
TAX BENEFITS: Tax deferred earnings and withdrawals may be tax-free; State tax duction for contributions in some states.
FINANCIAL AID TREATMENT: Fairly favorable
NOTES: Limited investment options and investment changes
Coverdell Education Savings Account
PERSON(S) WITHDRAWALS CAN BE USED FOR: Any of your children or close relatives under age 30
WITHDRAWALS MUST BE USED FOR: Qualified college and K-12 expenses
TAX BENEFITS: Tax deferred earnings and withdrawals may be tax-free
FINANCIAL AID TREATMENT: Fairly favorable
NOTES: Limited to $2,000 contribution per child per year; Some income restrictions; Account must be closed at age 30
When it comes to choosing a college savings account, no one type is best for everyone. The above table highlights some of the major differences between the accounts most commonly used for college savings. These accounts tend to vary in terms of the potential tax benefits and the restrictions they impose on the funds invested. Be sure to consult with your tax and/or financial advisor before making any investment decision. And remember, all investing involves risk including the possible loss of principal.
Jim Uren, CFP®
Phase III Advisory Services, Ltd.
A Registered Investment Advisory Firm 1110 W. Lake Cook Rd., Ste 265 Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
(847) 520-5545 firstname.lastname@example.org phase3advisory.com
Securities offered through Royal Alliance Associates, Inc. (RAA), member FINRA/SIPC. Investment advisory services offered through Phase 3 Advisory Services, Ltd. RAA is separately owned and other entities and/or marketing names, products or services referenced here are independent of RAA. RAA does not provide tax or legal advice.
In this episode, I have a great discussion with the host of "The Journey of A Christian Dad" Podcast. He shares some great insight into leading our families well. He shares thoughts on 1) Taking Ownership (Not a dictatorship); 2) Teaming with Your Family; and 3) Having a Solid Core of other dads around you. It is a great discussion, and I hope you enjoy it!
Find Dan's Podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-journey-of-a-christian-dad-podcast/id1546405330
There’s also a book review segment for Nate Saves the World by Cori Luigi, who happens to be Dan’s wife! Find her book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Nate-Saves-World-Cori-Luigs/dp/1736102524/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=nate+saves+the+world&qid=1612563802&sprefix=Nate+Saves+the+&sr=8-3
In this episode, I discuss a study from 2019 that shared many dads feel like they can't do a good job as a dad. Well, I'm here to encourage you and let you know that: YOU CAN DO THIS! Enjoy the discussion.
In this episode, I have a conversation with Jim Uren, a Certified Financial Planner Professional with Phase III Advisory Services out of Buffalo Grove, IL.
Jim shares some fantastic information on creating and keeping a healthy budget.
Why is budgeting important? (goals, debt relief, stress relief, and more)
Where should we start when it comes to creating a healthy budget? (Income, Fixed Expenses, and miscellaneous expenses)
What are common mistakes? (Overly complicated, Lack of review, and not enough time given for the budget to work)
What tools are available for people creating a budget? (Quicken, Mint.com, YNAB.com, EveryDollar App)
Happy New Year! In this episode, I talk about setting goals as a dad. Why are they important? What benefits can you receive from it? Why will your kids benefit from it? Goals are essential, but we have to make them in a healthy way. Enjoy the episode! Leave some feedback.
Contact Drew Lloyd on social: instagram.com/therealdrewlloyd
Contact Sovann Pen on social: instagram.com/sovannpen
Contact Josh Bomba on social: facebook.com/BOOMBUS
In this episode I share from an article written in 2018 about fighting fair. We need to have boundaries and protect ourselves when it comes to arguments. We also have to protect our partner. We cannot be too mean, angry, harsh, etc. We have to practice fair fighting. You can read the article here.
In this episode, I am able to speak with Mike Reynolds about his co-parenting story. He shares how he and his ex-wife were able to support each other and continue being parents together for their two daughters. It is a great conversation around successful co-parenting.
In this episode I talk about traditions. Why are they important? How are we encouraging traditions in the lives of our children? I ask you to share some of your traditions. You can do that on our Facebook group page or follow us on twitter @beadadonpurpose and share your traditions.
In this episode I share some insight on the value of giving thanks, why we should demonstrate thanks-giving with our children, and some practices to encourage gratitude with our kids. I hope you enjoy the episode.
In this episode I talk about manhood. What have we been taught manhood actually is? Hw has our idea of masculinity influenced the way we parent? How should we bee defining, or redefining, being a man, for the sake of our children and our own health? I hope to tackle some of the answers in this episode today. I hope you enjoy it!
In this episode I talk about the value and pain of being self-aware. Self-Awareness is defined as "having conscious knowledge of one's own character and feelings." The reality is, we need to be aware of what triggers us in our character flaws. We need to know how to respond to the issues we carry. Everyone has baggage, some of us just know how to carry it better. It's important for us to work through the issues and be aware of what causes us to think or act certain ways. I hope this is an encouraging episode, and it's a topic we will be revisiting again in the near future.
Budgeting App: https://www.everydollar.com/
Join our facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/beingadadonpurpose
In this episode we speak with Mark Oestreicher (aka MarkO) about helping our kids use their voices to create change in this world. We want our kids to be strong and empowered, but we also want them to know how to stand up for those who can't stand for themselves. MarkO shares some great insight as to how his children have been naturally drawn to justice and how he and his wife encouraged their journey. Enjoy the show!
If you would like to connect with Mark you can find him on social media:
In this episode, I had the opportunity to speak with Drew Lloyd about balancing entrepreneurship while being a dad and husband. He gave some great insight into pursuing your passion and purpose. There's a lot to listen to in this episode. Enjoy!
You can connect with Drew on Facebook @ Drew Lloyd
In this episode, I interview Sovann (Soh-VAHN) Pen and discuss the value and importance of self-care and emotional health. Have a listen and we hope you're encouraged.
We also hope that, if you're in need of help, please seek it! Suicide Prevention Hotline number: 1-800-273-8255.
You can connect with Sovann Pen on www.sovannpen.com or on social media @sovanpen
In this episode, Bobby speaks with Markus Watson, author of Beyond Thingification. Markus is not only an author, but a pastor, host of the podcast Spiritual Life and Leadership, and a dad. They cover the topic of grief and why it's important to be active in coaching our kids through it. Grief is necessary and it is essential for us to be examples of handling grief well. We hope you enjoy the conversation! Please excuse the coughs, Bobby has been dealing with a sinus and congestion issue.
visit www.markuswatson.com to learn more about Markus and his work.
In this episode, Bobby talks about the value of Valentine’s Day. How do we use this opportunity to demonstrate to our kids the value of loving each other and being loved. Grab some chocolates and enjoy the episode.
In this episode, I have a discussion with Josh Bomba, an independent health coach through OPTIVIA. He shares insight into how we, as dads, can pursue healthier habits and life choices. You can connect with Josh for more information about his program on Facebook or text him personally (909) 461-0477. From my experience, he actually answers the call. Enjoy the episode!