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I’m Casey Jacox….the host of the Quarterback Dadcast. I want to take a minute to tell you why I started this podcast. I did it so that I can be a better father myself. I did it because I wanted to learn from dads, just like you. How you were raised. What does your current family life look like? What did you learn from your parents? What did you not learn from your parents? How did your parents help you? With all of that information, how are you using all of that experience to become that ultimate leader or Quarterback of your household? You will laugh. You might even cry. You will learn. And I will guarantee that in each episode you will walk away with actionable tasks that you can apply to your life right now to become that ultimate Quarterback and leader of your household. Together, we will learn from the successes and failures of dads who are doing their best every day. So, sit back, relax and subscribe now to receive each episode weekly on The Quarterback Dadcast.

The Quarterback DadCast Casey Jacox

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I’m Casey Jacox….the host of the Quarterback Dadcast. I want to take a minute to tell you why I started this podcast. I did it so that I can be a better father myself. I did it because I wanted to learn from dads, just like you. How you were raised. What does your current family life look like? What did you learn from your parents? What did you not learn from your parents? How did your parents help you? With all of that information, how are you using all of that experience to become that ultimate leader or Quarterback of your household? You will laugh. You might even cry. You will learn. And I will guarantee that in each episode you will walk away with actionable tasks that you can apply to your life right now to become that ultimate Quarterback and leader of your household. Together, we will learn from the successes and failures of dads who are doing their best every day. So, sit back, relax and subscribe now to receive each episode weekly on The Quarterback Dadcast.

    Rodrigo Alcaine - Adversity, Mentorship & Being Consistent

    Rodrigo Alcaine - Adversity, Mentorship & Being Consistent

    As you've seen, Season 3 is dedicated to my father, Mike Jacox, who passed away late in 2021. I Love and miss you, Dad.
     
    Our next guest, Rodrigo Alcaine, is the Sr Vice President of Global Sales Operations at Beeline.  I had the opportunity to meet Rodrigo earlier this year when speaking at Beeline's SKO.  Immediately, Rodrigo and I connected, and I knew he was someone I wanted to interview!    He is a transformative Executive Leader in the staffing and workforce management industry with more than ten years of experience developing and leading teams across North America.  Rodrigo is a passionate believer in people and his local communities, advancing the human experience through technology, and forever a student. 

    Today, we talked to Rodrigo, the dad.  We learn about his upbringing in Germany, his speaking Spanish as his 1st language, and his adapting to life in the United States.   Rodrigo shares that more is "caught than taught."  Love this!  So often, our kids are watching us when we don't even realize it.    He shares the challenges of his parents going through a divorce when he was younger.   Rodrigo was blessed to have many mentors in his life, which he will share in this episode.   Rodrigo and his family are very active in their church and faith is very important to them.

    He ends this episode talking about how we can be present in small amounts, why being consistent is so vital, and lastly, make sure we as dads realize how we are showing up.

    To learn more about Rodrigo, you can visit him on LinkedIn.
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    • 53 min
    Chris Hixson - A True QB Dad - Founder of QBIQ Passing & Elite 11 Coach

    Chris Hixson - A True QB Dad - Founder of QBIQ Passing & Elite 11 Coach

    As you've seen, Season 3 is dedicated to my father, Mike Jacox, who passed away late in 2021. I Love and miss you, Dad.
     
    Our next guest, Quarterback Coach Chris Hixson,  has a passion for the QB position that has driven him to become the leading expert in Quarterback Mentals and Bio Mechanics. Chris is the owner and lead coach for “Trent Dilfer’s QBIQ,” and he has over 35 plus years of football experience at the Quarterback position. Chris is an absolute expert on being a technician of fundamentals, throwing technique, footwork, and teaching the game of football to anyone on any level!

    Today, we talked to Chris, the Dad, and learned about his wife and three children.  We learn about the upbringing that has provided him with many tools to become the ultimate leader of his household.  Chris is a servant leader with a huge heart!    He is very particular about walking and doing the little things consistently.  Never, ever...waste a useful rep, he shares.   Chris shared that when he is home, being present is always top of mind for him, and he has individual time with each child.

    One of my favorite quotes that Chris shares is, "Being average is free." He follows this quote with another gem, "To become elite requires you to do things others aren't willing to do."

    Lastly, no matter if you're having a "good" day or a "bad" day, we can choose our mindset if we are present.  Challenge yourself to make a positive choice to bring a positive vibe to your huddle and inspire your family to be their best.

    To learn more about Chris, you can find him on LinkedIn, visit their website www.QBIQSystem.com, or connect with him on Twitter - @ChrisHixsonQB
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    • 1 hr 4 min
    Rick McSorley - NFL Father, Instilling Confidence & Positivity

    Rick McSorley - NFL Father, Instilling Confidence & Positivity

    As you've seen, Season 3 is dedicated to my father, Mike Jacox, who passed away late in 2021. I Love and miss you, Dad.
     
    Our next guest, Rick McSorley, comes to us from a former QB DadCast guest, Alex Hein.   Rick is a father of two, a husband, a current sales rep at SalesForce Industries, and a former athlete at Richmond.  Both of Rick's children are very successful as his daughter is in law and his son, Trace is a current Quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals.  Trace was also a standout at Penn State University

    As you will hear, Rick grew up with in Staten Island and then moved to Florida .   Rick's mom was his hero, and has memories of his father before he tragically took his own life.  #Loyality, #Discipline, and #Family are all key facets of his family and his parenting style.   Rick shares the journey of NCAA recruiting for his son, and also discusses some of ups and downs.  One of my favorite stories in this episode is when Rick's daughter was there to support Trace after a tough loss against the University of Pittsburgh. 

    We talked in depth about being a great teammate, the impacts of the transfer portal, and why staying neutral is so important.  This is one of the key skills we teach at Limitless Minds! One additional thing that I loved about this episode was how Rick and his wife always instilled positivity in their kids.  He says to always keep their kids tank full!  He would always say, Why not you....Why not now?  So good!

    To learn more about Rick and his family, you can follow him on Linked In or on Twitter.
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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Collin Williams - Legal Entrepreneur, Sports Lessons, & Power in Therapy

    Collin Williams - Legal Entrepreneur, Sports Lessons, & Power in Therapy

    As you've seen, Season 3 is dedicated to my father, Mike Jacox, who passed away late in 2021. I Love and miss you, Dad.
     
    Our next guest, Collin Williams, is a father, husband, and entrepreneur.  He is the Founder/Chairman of a venture-backed company called New Era ADR.  I was graciously introduced to Collin by a client & friend, Leslie Vickrey, who happens to be Collin's wife!  We also must send some love to Nathan Gerbe, who was mentioned during this episode and was a former guest on The Quarterback DadCast.

    Collin was raised in the suburbs of Chicago in a city called Lake Forrest.  His parents moved their family to this area so that Collin and his brother would have access to better education, which paid off, given Collin is a lawyer and his brother is a doctor!    Collin shares excellent detail about the impact his parents had on him now as a father.  He shared a story about his mom, a stay-at-home mom who then decided to go back to school when they were older!  This story spoke to me as you've heard me share how my wife, Carrie, went back to work and loves her job!

    What stands out to me about this episode is Collin's vulnerability, humility, and how he attacks the areas of his life he wants to get better at.  So inspiring!   He shares that we as dads must always have an open mind, evolve, listen to others, and seek help!  As you will hear, he shares a powerful story towards the end of this episode on a gap that he attacked to be the best version of himself.  Collin is someone who has found immense value in therapy, and he says it has changed his life for the better.

    To learn more about Collin, you can contact him on LinkedIn or visit their site at www.neweraadr.com.  
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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Greg Manley - Gratitude, Being Intentional, & Mindset

    Greg Manley - Gratitude, Being Intentional, & Mindset

    As you've seen, Season 3 is dedicated to my father, Mike Jacox, who passed away late in 2021. I Love and miss you, Dad.
     
    Our next guest, Greg Manley, is the Director at the Kingdom for TaylorMade Golf, where they continue to be one of the world's top providers of golf equipment.  I met Greg through the fantastic Meridian Valley Country Club, where he was the General Manager and Head Golf Professional for nearly 25 years!

    If you haven't taken the time to research what the Kingdom is, please do so and visit some excellent videos on YouTube highlighting what this experience is about.  Team TaylorMade comprises #TigerWoods, #RoryMcIlory,#DustinJohnson, #MariaFassi, #RickyFowler, #ColinMorikawa, and many other stars on the PGA and LPGA tours!

    However, today we talked to Greg, the dad.  We explore the challenges of moving your family from one state to another.  We explored the challenges of helping our kids face adversity and remembering not to burn our kids out!  He shared great advice on helping them find the spark for what THEY want to do, not what we as parents want them to do.  We learned about his brother, who is in iTunes, growing up in Puyallup, and the differences in his parents that shaped Greg today.   

    Greg reminded me and all of us that when things get tough, don't panic!  We need to remain calm and always be grateful for things in our life.  At the end of the lightning round, we had some fun and discussed the brand new #XE747 Punchout club from The Club Pro Guy.  #SoFunny

    To connect with Greg, you can find him on LinkedIn or Twitter.
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    • 58 min
    Tony Bowie - Diversity, Love, & Listening

    Tony Bowie - Diversity, Love, & Listening

    As you've seen, Season 3 is dedicated to my father, Mike Jacox, who passed away late in 2021. I Love and miss you, Dad.
     
    Our next guest, Tony Bowie, is the CEO of Child Study Treatment within the Washington Department of Health and Social Services.  Tony and I were college teammates at Central Washington University; yes, this is another #UncleRico moment.  Tony and his beautiful wife are proud parents of his 14-year-old son and 16-year-old daughter.  

    Tony grew up raised by a powerful and supportive single mom.  She taught him so much about resiliency, adversity, love, hard work, and more!  He always knew he was loved, which is something that he passes down to his children now.  

    Tony and I talked about diversity, race relations, and having bi-racial kids.  We also talked about the power of listening and making sure we LOVE our kids every day.  Lastly, make sure you always show love to your wife in front of your kids—simple but powerful advice.   Tony has also been involved with Goodwill and continues to be someone who positively impacts his community.
     
    To connect with Tony, you can find him on Linked.

    • 1 hr 1 min

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Thoughtful & Genuine Conversations

Casey does a fantastic job of extracting his guests’ best experiences and stories. You can tell he is genuinely curious and cares about delivering great content to his audience. This is a must listen!

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I love the premise of Casey’s podcast! Interesting guests, a focus on being a present parent, and outstanding father. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

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