How to Get Fit, lose Weight, make more Money, And Build rock star Relationships? He shoots, he scores, GOALS! Pt2
Our guest today started out life as refugee from Laos. When Kenji aKa the Lao Warrior came to America during the Vietnam war, he didn't speak English and his family only had $5.00. Now, with martial arts and acting in his portfolio, Kenji proves that opportunity is up to you and the opportunities you take for your family.
Why Get Fit, lose Weight, make more Money, And Build rock star Relationships? He shoots, he scores, GOALS!
Ken Carfagno is a husband, father and author. Ken visits Game Changing Dads today to share his journey of family struggles, professional struggles and what it means to push yourself to get out of your own shell.
Has your definition of success changed over the years? Now you’re looking back and wondering what happened? Maybe you missed the opportunity to build a strong foundation with your kids. Now your children are older, it’s time to start today. Don’t give up on building a new bridge!
Matt Miller visits Game Changing Dads today. Matt shares his story of transitioning from military to corporate America to running a vending machine business. Along the way to his entrepreneurial success, Matt made it a priority that his children play a major part in the success of the family business.
Attention all Dads & Fathers. Don't Miss it! Life is to short to waste. focus on what maters. Our kids love the little things and fun memories. Grab life and run!
Dale Prax joins us today to share his story of overcoming life challenges, entrepreneurial challenges and leadership at home and in his career.
A breakaway is a situation in hockey in which a player with the puck has no defending players, except for the goaltender, between themselves and the opposing goal, leaving them free to skate in and shoot at will. Break-Away Thursdays are designed to give you Break-Away strategies so you can pull away from the pack and become the game changer you were meant to be!
Often, as an adult going through difficult times, we don't recognize how our children are processing our stress. There are life lessons, good and bad that our children pick up from us. Today's guest is professional photographer, Vincent Pugliese. Starting with his childhood, his parents went through incredibly difficult times that resulted in part, strained relationships in the family. That experience is part of what helps Vincent be a game changing dad, by focusing on business decisions that are best for his family.
Do you notice how many people lack a smile on their face? The change a smile can bring to your personality, to your approach in life and to the way people want to be around you is amazing. Life isn't always easy, but turning a frown upside down can make a bigger difference than you realize. On this episode, we're going to discuss multiple ways you can change your circumstance by changing your frown.
Buckle up for this one, because you're going to hear one of the most amazing stories of overcoming hardships that most would only experience watching a movie, but this guy lived it. Tony Nolan started from the bottom and through being introduced to the bible, turned his life into a victory.
Let's face it, most dad's are not the same guy we were in high school and in many cases, that's a good thing. Who we were is not who we want to be now because we're not just goofy kids having stupid times, we're a mentor, a coach a dare I say, role model! Who are you? Are you up for that challenge?
Edyne Plancy has the distinguished honor of being our first interview with a Game Changing Woman. Edyne made the jump from climbing the corporate ladder to being a successful entrepreneur.
How often do you question the reason you do things the way you do? Many of us have traditions, or behaviors that if we could look back 3 or 4 generations, we may just see where those traditions or beliefs started. There's no manual for your life and often, we're following a track that was built before us, but not for us.
Who is part of your moral circle? How do you embrace meeting new people? This week, Ray discusses value and approaches to welcoming people into your moral circle.
James Schaeffer is our guest this week. He shares some secrets of success for his long-lasting marriage and how he tries to illustrate healthy relationship habits for his family.
We all have amazing life experiences. Think about it. Whether you've had crash and burn situations or life has been fairly easy and non-controversial, you have amazing experiences to tell. Sometimes, we tell more than we listen. This week, Ray shares his personal experience of finding inspiration in the story of Job. By simply leaning in to listen to a story, times began to change.
Today Ray interviews Travis Hodge about what it means to be a Game Changing Dad.
Unless you're the last person on Earth, you're going to have conflicts in your life. How are you at handling them? Hopefully, the older you get, the better you are at managing your attitude. Sometimes we don't realize we're better at it until we're tested like I was this week...
Charlie Campbell had to overcome personal loss at a very young age. Sports was his vehicle for overcoming challenges in life and career and he continues to leverage those valuable lessons in his family's development.
We all fail from time to time, but why is it that you fail? Is it because you lack talent? Is it because you lack passion? It's typically because we lose sight of our goals and get lost in our path. Ray shares a great story about Florence Chadwick whom attempted to swim the English Channel, but much like our own journey, she got separated from hitting her goal because the fog set in.
Ray interviews Byran Simpkins. Byran lived a life of surfing and wild times until he knew it was time to make a change. Byran shares his journey to not only finding his faith but becoming a spiritual leader in his community.
What is your family's pace? Is your family set up to hustle or is everyone slow to start? Whether you realize it or not, you as the leader of your family are setting a pace for family. Be sure your pace is one that your family can keep up with because if you're not careful, someday your kids might just be outpacing you because of the speed at which you taught them to go. Protect your pace.