29 episodes

Practical and tactical tools for your life and fatherhood. Hosted by Best-Selling author of Daddy Saturday, Justin Batt, the Daddy Saturday podcast is a series of brilliant conversations with strong fathers, innovative parents and personal development leaders that equips the listener with life-changing applications for fatherhood.

Daddy Saturday Podcast Justin Batt

    • Kids & Family

Practical and tactical tools for your life and fatherhood. Hosted by Best-Selling author of Daddy Saturday, Justin Batt, the Daddy Saturday podcast is a series of brilliant conversations with strong fathers, innovative parents and personal development leaders that equips the listener with life-changing applications for fatherhood.

    Ep 29. Change your Relationship with Alcohol and Watch your Whole World Change with One Year No Beer Founder, Ruari Fairbairns

    Ep 29. Change your Relationship with Alcohol and Watch your Whole World Change with One Year No Beer Founder, Ruari Fairbairns

    As a father of two was only shocked into transforming his life after his heartbroken wife Jen told him she’d had enough of his drink-fueled bad behavior and bought a one-way ticket back to her native Sweden.



    Ruari not only stopped ­drinking but joined forces with a friend to start a support movement called One Year No Beer, which helps others give up alcohol and focus on more positive things in their lives. The movement now has over 70,000 members and a 95% success rate. Ruari and the One Year No Beer movement is changing lives around the world and check out OneYearNoBeer.com to learn more.

    • 28 min
    Ep 28. The Laws of Parenting with Tom Spiggle, Founder of Spiggle Law

    Ep 28. The Laws of Parenting with Tom Spiggle, Founder of Spiggle Law

    When I heard Tom Spiggle's story of taking a career risk by starting his own law firm in order to gain control of his time and to be able to be there for his kids I knew he had to be on the show. Tom has a healthy and fresh perspective on fatherhood and parenting. Through his law firm, Tom is an advocate for parents who have suffered discrimination in the workplace. Tom has four children and for that reason spends a great deal of time at the firm he founded in 2009. When he had fewer children and more time, Tom managed to graduate with honors from the Georgetown University Law School, clerk for a judge, work at several private law firms and serve as an Assistant United States Attorney.

    • 22 min
    Ep 27. Writing your Fatherhood Story with Michael Levin

    Ep 27. Writing your Fatherhood Story with Michael Levin

    Michael Levin is one of the top ghostwriters and writing coaches in the world. In this episode he shares incredible wisdom from his own fatherhood story and several core principles for raising good kids who become great adults. 



    In 25 years, Michael Levin and his team wrote, edited, or ghostwrote more than 700 books, of which…



    Eighteen are national best sellers, two are New York Times best sellers, and one is an Amazon Kindle number one best selling business book Michael is a regular columnist for Forbes.com, the New York Daily News, Huffington Post, and FoxNews.com, where many of his pieces have attracted more than one million readers.



    He appeared on the first episode of Season Three of ABC’s Shark Tank, is a regular contributor to Huffington Post, and is most proud of having edited Zig Ziglar’s final book, Born To Win.

    • 20 min
    Ep 26. Becoming a Play Maker Parent with Woody Dantzler

    Ep 26. Becoming a Play Maker Parent with Woody Dantzler

    Woody Dantzler has a history of making plays when it matters most. As a former star quarterback for the Clemson Tigers and successful NFL player, he learned valuable lessons about leadership, teamwork and playing through pressure.  Woody is the guy you want with the ball in his hands when the game on the line. He's taken the lessons he learned on the field and has applied them to life, parenting and business. He’s also now sharing his message on how to live your best life with audiences as an in demand speaker.  Woody resides in SC with his wife, Portia and two daughters, Trinity and Zoe.

    • 26 min
    Ep 25. Do Something That Scares You. Every Single Day. With Fear Guru Patrick Sweeney

    Ep 25. Do Something That Scares You. Every Single Day. With Fear Guru Patrick Sweeney

    Patrick Sweeney is better known as the “Fear Guru”. In this episode taped live at the Spartan Media Fest in Lake Tahoe, we explore how to help your kids embrace fear and move past it using the “logic brain” rather than the “lizard brain”. Often it starts with a shift in mindset, then actions follow. Those times of change become milestone moments that alter everything and you're never the same again. That moment came for Patrick Sweeney minutes after almost losing his life against a rare case of Leukemia. For years, Patrick had worked hard building technology companies and earning millions. He'd reached the pinnacle of success, but he wasn't happy. 



    As a typical over-achiever, Patrick took on the world in his 20's training for the USA Olympic team in rowing, and then took on the business world in his 30's and 40's. Patrick launched, funded and sold multiple companies in the technology space but 75 hour weeks and pushing his body to the limits left him feeling exhausted and unfulfilled.



    In one moment, Patrick walked away. He'd just fought for his life on an operating table against a rare case of leukemia. In that moment of perspective as he stood outside the hospital, he decided to fight the fear of the unknown and embrace a different future. One that would bring fulfillment, joy and happiness. 





    In that moment, Patrick unlocked a new passion for adventure. As he systematically approached the things he feared and avoided, he unlocked greater levels of success and happiness in his own life. Out of that came the start of a fear framework. Today, he climbs mountains, breaks world records and travels the world speaking on taming fear and unlocking peak performance. His mission: help thousands of people make amazing transformations.



    From Olympic level athlete turned tech entrepreneur to full time adventurer and fear guru, Patrick Sweeney is a testimony to the power of fear and focus.

    • 23 min
    Ep 24. Standing Out in Life and Business Through Red Shoes Living with Lonnie Mayne

    Ep 24. Standing Out in Life and Business Through Red Shoes Living with Lonnie Mayne

    When Lonnie was just a kid, he remembers hearing the cheers for his pro-wrestling dad rise from the stands. But every time he stepped out of the ring, he’d shake off his Moondog Mayne persona to connect with his fans on a human level. After his father passed away, Lonnie spent his summers traveling with his uncle who was a CEO “turnaround guy” and his personal business mentor. He sat in meetings with him and watched him get the best out of others by treating them like people first and employees or customers second. Over the last few decades, Lonnie has been a technology executive and before that an executive navigating mergers and acquisitions. During the most challenging times, he often asked himself: “How can I turn this noise down and develop the full potential of our people and our organization?” He knew there had to be a more respectful way to have tough conversations, handle company changes, and build team trust and resilience. A more inspired way to get others showing up every day, feeling excited to get to work. A more personalized way to serve customers and stand out from competitors… And he also knew where these changes would have to start: Not with the company, but with the leaders building and inspiring the company culture. To answer all these tough questions, he created a simple, life-changing, and value-driven performance model. It’s called Red Shoes Living and its applications go far beyond the work environment. Listen in on our conversation during Spartan Media Fest as we discuss his role as a father and how Red Shoes Living applies to life, business and parenting.

    • 25 min

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