25 Weeks of Rediscovery: Chapter 1 Discussion – Bogeymen

(This is the second week of  a six-month journey of self-discovery. Thanks for joining me. Yesterday I shared Chapter 1 from my book, “Bobblehead Dad: 25 Lessons I Forgot I Knew.”  Today we take the thoughts presented in that chapter a little deeper – and I share some thought questions for you. Tomorrow, I hope you’ll come back for a new story about “bogeymen.” Thanks…

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25 Weeks of Rediscovery: Chapter 1- Some Things You Don’t Want to Inherit

(This is the second week of  a six-month journey of self-discovery. Thanks for joining me. Today we begin with Chapter 1 from my book, “Bobblehead Dad: 25 Lessons I Forgot I Knew.”  I hope you’ll come back tomorrow for some background on this chapter as well a few thought questions for you to think about. On Wednesday, I’ll share a new story focusing on this…

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25 Weeks of Rediscovery: “Let’s Start this Journey!”

(This is the third installment in a six-month journey of self-discovery. Thanks for joining me. Already this week, I’ve shared the Prologue and Introduction to my book, “Bobblehead Dad: 25 Lessons I Forgot I Knew.” Today I share some new thoughts on the my journey from ten years ago. Starting next week, I’ll share one of the book’s 25 chapters each week. On Mondays I…

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25 Weeks of Rediscovery: “Hello. I’m a Bobblehead.”

(This is the second installment in a six-month journey of self-discovery. Thanks for joining me. Today, I’ll share the Introduction of my book, “Bobblehead Dad: 25 Lessons I Forgot I Knew.” Yesterday I shared the Prologue. And tomorrow I’ll share a new story – focusing on what the last few years have taught me. Starting next week, I’ll share one of  the book’s…

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25 Weeks of Rediscovery: Prologue

(This is the first installment in a six-month journey of self-discovery. Thanks for joining me. Today, I’ll share the Prologue of my book, “Bobblehead Dad: 25 Lessons I Forgot I Knew.” Tomorrow I will share the Introduction. And on Wednesday of this week I’ll share a new story – focusing on what the last few years have taught me. Starting next…

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Bobblehead Break: John Donohue

I recently took a Bobblehead Break with John Donohue, cartoonist, writer, New Yorker editor and author of the new book, “Man with a Pan.” I like John. I like his approach to fathering, his kids and his world. After you enjoy a little insight into John, the dad, I hope you’ll stop by Bobblehead Dad Radio to enjoy more of…

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Bobblehead Break: Rob Jolles

My newest Bobblehead Break is with Rob Jolles, a highly sought-after sales training consultant and author. Rob’s a fun, motivating man who’s learned a lot over the last thirty years of being a road warrior. If you haven’t had a chance to be inspired by him in-person, you should check out some of his weekly words of wisdom. I think…

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Bobblehead Break: Anthony DeBenedet

I recently took a Bobblehead Break with Anthony DeBenedet, co-author of  The Art of Roughhousing: Good-Old Fashioned Horseplay and Why Every Kid Needs It. This is a book that will make you stop and think about how you’re connecting with your own child. Anthony’s a fun guy and far-too-wise for his youth. I like him a lot. And I respect…

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Bobblehead Break: Donny Killian – “Movember!”

I recently took a Bobblehead Break with Donny Killian, the United States Manager for the “Movember” movement? If you’re not familiar with Movember, you should be. During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on men’s faces around the world. With their Mo’s, these men raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer…

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Bobblehead Break: Scott Powers

  I had a Bobblehead Break recently with Scott Powers – a financial planner and dad to two young boys. Scott was a fun guest and – in addition to being a financial superstar – has a few impressive resume adds. Like being a card-carrying member of the Screen Actors Guild AND having his mug show up on the silver…

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