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 35. Baseball is Back and so is Intentional Fatherhood with Michael Turner
My guest Michael Turner is a Navy veteran who has served our country around the world, giving him a unique perspective on life and culture. His backstory is one that includes fatherlessness as he was born and raised in a not so nice area of Los Angeles and never knew his biological father. However, Michael […]
Ep 34. Dad, How do I? With Rob Kenney
Rob was one of 8 kids and although his dad started well, he unfortunately decided to leave his family to raise themselves. Rob was raised fatherless and never really had a father there to teach him how to do the things a dad should show their kids growing up. Instead of being a victim, Rob decided to change things by raising two incredible children and being an engaged father and by helping other dads through his popular YouTube show: "Dad, how do I?”. I thoroughly enjoyed my interview with Rob and have already learned many skills through his YouTube channel. Rob is an incredible husband, dad and his channel is a huge hit so go check it out at: Dad, how do I?
Ep 33. Being a Millennial Father with Gage Thompson
In this episode I speak with Gage Thompson a young millennial father who’s paving the way for the future of fatherhood. He’s wise beyond his years and while he doesn’t have the whole fatherhood game figured out just yet… he’s off to an incredible start. Gage has been married for 5 years and is the father to two beautiful young girls. He’s determined to make a difference in the world and is doing so in his current role as a pastor/student director at Forest Hill Church. Gage is a retired pro athlete and one of the best young communicators I know.
Ep 32. It’s Always About People with Chris Allen
In this episode I discuss creating a positive culture, growing communication and focusing on your people at work and at home with Chris Allen. Chris is someone I respect with the way he leads his family as a husband and father of four. Chris also has an incredibly diverse career and his experience has led him to uncover a secret truth… It’s Always about People! Whether at work or at home if we focus on the people around us we will find success. Chris has played professional soccer, been the pastor of a church, worked in investments and the mortgage industry and now serves as a consultant for the Ronald Blue Trust. His personal mission is: To develop people by helping them discover their authentic name (understanding their strengths, gifts, passions and calling)
Ep 31. BAM! How to live an epic life with Jack Daly
In this episode, I have the pleasure of speaking to one of my mentors and friends Jack Daly. Jack is an incredible individual and has built a life by design. He shares what it takes to be successful in marriage, family, business, and fitness. Jack is a leading sales speaker and trainer with over 30 years of sales and executive experience. Jack’s track record is a testament to his real-world knowledge and extensive expertise in sales and sales management. Professionally he’s been CEO of several corporations, built six companies into national firms along the way, two of which he subsequently sold to the Wall Street firms of Solomon Brothers and First Boston. Additionally, Jack was a captain in the U.S. Army, is the best selling author of multiple books including: Hyper Sales Growth and The Sales Playbook for Hyper Sales Growth. He is a 15-time Ironman competitor and has completed marathons in all 50 states and 7 continents!
Ep 30. Get Out of Your Own Way with Dave Hollis
I’m so excited to share this interview with one of my digital mentors and someone I respect greatly, Dave Hollis. When Dave Hollis’s wife, Rachel, began writing her #1 New York Times bestselling book, Girl, Wash Your Face, he bristled at her transparency and her willingness to talk about such intimate details of their life. But when a looming career funk, a growing drinking problem, and a challenging trek through therapy battered the Disney executive and father of four, Dave began to realize he was letting untruths about himself dictate his life. As he sank to the bottom of his valley, he had to make a choice. Would he push himself out of his comfort zone to become the best man he was capable of being, or would he play it safe and settle for mediocrity?
In this interview we unpack some of the many peals found in Get Out of Your Own Way, and Dave tackles topics he once found it difficult to be honest about, things like his struggles with alcohol, problems in his marriage, and his insecurities about being a dad. Dave helps us see our own journeys more clearly as he unpacks the lies he once believed—such as “I Have to Have It All Together,” “Failure Means You’re Weak,” and “If They Doesn’t Need Me, Will They Still Want Me?”—and reveals the tools that helped him change his life.
In this episode, Dave offers encouragement, will challenge you, and even provides a few moments where we laugh at ourselves as fathers. Dave points the way for those of us who are, like he was, skeptical of self-help but wanting something more than status quo, and helps us drop bogus ideas about who we are supposed to be and finally start living as who we really are.
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We need more strong, intentional dads!
I strongly believe that our society is suffering from a lack of strong, involved and loving fathers. The importance of a dad in a child’s life can’t be overstated. I love and appreciate what Justin is doing in this podcast. As an advocate in the fight against human trafficking, raising up a generation of good dads will actually help us defeat the evil of modern day slavery.
Awesome Podcast for Fathers!
Justin does a great job at providing relevant and practical content for fathers out there. He’s had some great guests on so far, and I look forward to becoming a more intentional father through the advice of this podcast. I would recommend this podcast to any father out there! Keep it up, Justin!