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Chris McCallus, a Tactical Dad, joins us this week to talk about being active with your kids and how to keep them engaged. Chris is a former soldier with a tender side to all of his toughness.
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Why is it so hard for men to ask for help? We can be better if we’ll allow others to coach us.
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This episode comes to you from the road (“In the field”). We know that our kids are watching everything. Every now and then, they prove it. Sometimes we do something that’s minor an our kids pick up on it and interpret it in their own way.
This week I’m chatting with my old friend, Ryan Walker. Ryan is the father of three girls, and he’s got the difficult task of staying close to them all because they don’t live with him. Ryan spoke about traditions, ways to stay connected, and a whole bunch of other stuff.
Omar Fuentes, founder of the Semper Fi Project, joins us this week to talk about intentionality, getting after your goals even when you don’t feel like it, and being emotionally intelligent when it comes to parenting.
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Today’s Tactical Dads podcast features Rocco DeLeo from The Real Dad Show. We talk forgiveness, the struggles associated with being dads who podcast, and how our lives have been changed by Jesus Christ.
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Matt welcomes Walter Eggers to the podcast to discuss We Rad Dads, a community of fathers built with the intention of sharing resources, stories, and hope.
In this episode we discuss the need for a community of dads, the purpose of fatherhood, and where pain can take us in life.
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We all make mistakes. It’s important that we don’t dwell on them and we learn how to move past them and improve. In this episode I’m talking about the mistakes we can make in discipline and how to get better.
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