Are you Stuck in the same year over and over again? Are you ready to make this year different? Lets Do this!
Betrayal from a spouse or partner whether it is physical sexual betrayal, or mental betrayal through pornographic media can leave several wounds in a relationship. There is hope after betrayal, and it starts with forgiveness. Our guest this week is Brad Hambrick, author of False Love. Brad shares details about his ministry in helping to heal old wounds and work better to recognize the dangers of false love.
Negative people are everywhere, have you ever thought about why someone is negative? Or should we just react and give the negative back? Let’s talk!
Dr. Joey Faucette launched his professional life in radio as a drive-time jockey that led to many new professional levels. Leadership has always been at the core of his success and he has a tip for all of you parents wanting to teach your children how to lead...hint...it starts with you letting your kids take charge in some things.
The new year is two weeks away, are you ready? Or is it going to be happy same year? If you’re ready to ramp it up, let’s go! It’s action time!
Our guest today, David Nelson is a multi-talented entrepreneur with medicine, military, martial arts and media in his background. More than a time or two, David has realized that sometimes we need to step back from what we think we know and start over again at a white belt.
What do you do when your integrity is tested? Have you done the right thing in the past or have you straight down the wrong Avenue and made bad decisions? Whether big or small, the truth always comes out. Let’s do the right thing!
Kenn Ward has become an authority on survival preparedness with an emphasis on food and water. Often in life, being prepared is about being aware of our surroundings and the potential challenges we face, whether it's ourselves, our family and friends, to be aware is to be prepared. Kenn joins us today to share his professional journey and wisdom from life experience about being prepared for disaster.
I get it, we are so busy with our own lives that sometimes we forget about others. How do we change our perspective when it comes to others needing our help and assistance?
Ernie Stuckey is our guest today and he wants to talk to you about your anger. Some of us are taught to be angry, some of us are just wired angry. Two of the biggest horrors of anger are that we are often angry because we're reflecting what we watched growing up and we're creating a roadmap of anger for our kids to follow. Let's end that cycle.
Following years of playing hockey and toughing it out in Brooklyn, our guest, Teddy Butler settled his family down in Lexington, KY. Just as an athlete needs training time to compete better, Teddy knows that parents and kids need training time together in order to be a stronger family.
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?