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.
Ricky is a passionate global entrepreneur and digital nomad running several successful businesses and making multiple streams of online income (including Business Coaching, Mastermind Groups, Online Video Courses, Sponsored Blog Posts, YouTube Ad Revenue, Kindle Books, Affiliate Marketing, and Virtual Summits).
One of Ricky's most well-known brands is the popular family travel website Daddy Blogger, where he is writing about his current #DaddyBloggerWorldTour with his wife and 3 young kids. Their family is currently travelling around Asia. Ricky has been to over 80 countries on 6 continents and his goal is to be the FIRST FAMILY to visit every country in the world!
Ricky is passionate about giving back and making difference so please contact Ricky to help you make your Travel Dreams come true!!
PC101 Going all in for the Kingdom with Jason Masters.
It is Through the process that you begin to Hone in for what God has for you!
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.
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.
Jason Borek suffered through many years of being surrounded by and a victim of drug addiction. Jason shares his story of how he turned his life around through rehabilitation and finding his unexpected faith.
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.
Jaimie Jay is an entrepreneur, podcaster and hockey player whom has experienced life in some of the lowest places. Despite getting knocked down more than a few times, he's been able to get back up. He joins Game Changing Dads today to share his journey.
There's a moment when the alarm bells ring and you realize you're thousands of dollars in the red. Want to dig out fast? Welcome to the X Games of escaping debt, in which you shut down almost all spending, Start a side hustle and endure the most extreme measures you can bear on a gritty marathon to a better place. It's hard, but fun and rewarding too.
John Powell is currently the VP of Membership Development at Sourcing Industry Group. John also has an entrepreneurial spirit as he is the President of Discount Payday Loans and co-owner of Amelia Island Academy. He is actively involved in the local community giving his time and efforts to several different volunteer youth organizations.
How do you create a restaurant business and become an overnight success at the age of 52? As Ray Kroc said, “I was an overnight success alright, but 30 years is a long, long night.”
In 1917, 15-year-old Ray Kroc lied about his age to join the Red Cross as an ambulance driver, but the war ended before he completed his training. He then worked as a piano player, a paper cup salesman and a Multimixer salesman.
In 1954, he visited a restaurant in San Bernardino, California that had purchased several Multimixers. There he found a small but successful restaurant run by brothers Dick and Mac McDonald, and was stunned by the effectiveness of their operation. They produced a limited menu, concentrating on just a few items – burgers, fries and beverages – which allowed them to focus on quality and quick service.
They were looking for a new franchising agent and Kroc saw an opportunity. In 1955, he founded McDonald’s System, Inc., a predecessor of the McDonald’s Corporation, and six years later bought the exclusive rights to the McDonald’s name and operating system. By 1958, McDonald’s had sold its 100 millionth hamburger.