Your PRESENCE never has to be BORING! Join James Lopez founder of http://Cool4Dads.com every week as he and his guests explore the best and worst parts of Fatherhood. Real topics, real unfiltered conversations, the DAD way.
MAKE YOUR PRESENCE FELT #FatherhoodIsLit
3 Little Things That Make Fatherhood Special
Father's Day is always a special day! This week we talked about 3 things that we sometimes overlook that make this life the best life!
When they know it all
When they get excited and we have no clue why
Our values & traditions pop up later
As always continue to make YOUR PRESENCE felt every day, we celebrate Father's Day every damn day!
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Overcoming Clubfoot and more with Christian Penn
How does a father deal with Clubfoot or any other birth defect his child might have? It starts with faith and research! This week we had our friend Christian Penn of nonprofit Projectivity come through to talk to us about overcoming Clubfoot with his son Max.
Chris kept it super real and walked us through how he did it so when we are faced with the unknown, we can also handle our business. Real talk is the best talk and Chris dropped gems.
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To learn more about Clubfoot, pick up Boots and Barnyard Boogie by Chris’ wife Rachel Reinsch HERE!
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Surviving Boring Events
Taking chances means you will run into boring events. It's part of #dadlife but we can do something about the events we choose to attend. Listen to how we survive and sometimes even avoid boring events by researching them, batching events, and remember why we are there to begin with.
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Never Settling For Less with Mario Armstrong
Mario Armstrong believes we should never settle for less, but how do we teach our kids that? This week Mario came through and blessed us with gems on how we can teach our kids all about it. From a $2 bank account to 2 time Emmy Award recipient, Mario Armstrong never settles for less, now we get to hear how he applies that to his own SON. GEMS on GEMS!
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Watch his Emmy award-winning show, The Never Settle Show HERE
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teaching Your Kids About Manners, The Dad Way
Ever held the door for someone and have them walk right on by without saying thank you? Yeah about that! This week we covered why dope Fathers like YOURSELF, need to teach kids about manners and how to uphold them!
Remember one day your kids will be adults, no one likes an adult that doesn't have manners 🙄
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Business building as a dad with James Oliver
Can a busy dad start a successful business? Of course, he can, he's a superhero! This week we had serial entrepreneur and founder of the ParentPrenuer Foundation James Oliver come through. He dropped gems on starting a business, running it while being a father, and funding time to regroup from everything to keep YOUR mind RIGHT!
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Great podcast . Quickly becoming one of my favorites . Great content and I happen to find it inspiring to see a positive platform towards fatherhood and parenting as a whole . Inspiring .
Fatherhood is Lit is Legit
As a fellow parent podcaster (Nurse Papa the podcast) I have to say that Fatherhood Is Lit is more than legit. James provides insight, perspective, and actionable advice to fathers of all backgrounds. I’d love to join him for a future episode!
Listen and Take Notes
Stories, suggestions, and advice in the rawest form. James approaches fatherhood in the most genuine way we should. New dads, and veteran dads could benefit from listening in- I sure am.