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The host Philipp Hartmann is a dad of twins and triplets. In dadicated.com Philipp speaks to unique dads asking them to share their experience with the aim of empowering other dads.

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#8 Jason Reid on his son's suicide and teen suicide
This session is very powerful and intense. Jason Reid is 52 years of age, he is married and has three children. Last year his fourth son, Ryan, killed himself. Jason shares his son's story, his perspective as a Dad and his views on parenting and the challenges our children are facing in todays world. He gives a lot of valuable practical and powerful advice. Although the session is very sad and the topic difficult, teen suicide and depression are important points of conversation we need to have. Teen suicide is the second leading cause of death for the age range 15 to 24 in the U.S.A. Jason has since brought an organisation to life called chooselife.org and is on a mission to end teen suicide by the year 2030. He has also produced a documentary on teen suicide called "Tell My Story" (links below).  The most powerful takeaways for me as a dad where: Our kids do not hear us, they emulate us. Be authentic and teach them vulnerability by being vulnerable yourself. Speak each other, to your own kids and to other kids. "I’m fine." is not a sufficient response from my child when my gut tells me otherwise. Parenting is inconvenient. Kids talk to us when they want to. Make sure you catch it when it counts. And lastly: the world has changed, our parenting needs to change accordingly. Links for further reading and information: Jason’s organisation with the goal of ending teen suicide by 2020: https://www.chooselife.org/ Jason’s (TEDex) talks: https://www.chooselife.org/jays-talks Jay's most recent TED talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p24x5mIIMeQ Jason's documentary on teen suicide: https://www.chooselife.org/film More on Teen Suicide in the U.S.A.: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teenage_suicide_in_the_United_States Need help? Visit: Suicide prevention Lifeline: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ or call: 1-800-273-8255 #tellmystory #teensuicide #parenting #suicideprevention #dadadvice #dads #moms #family #childdrepression #kids #socialmedia #bullies #familypodcast #familylife --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dadicateddotcom/message
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#7 John Gray of "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus"
My next dad is John Gray. You probably know him as the author of Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus. The book was a long time bestseller in the 90s, he’s sold millions of his books. John is an interesting dad and our session was different and thought provoking. John dives deep into his work of the last few decades and translates his thoughts on the differences between men and women to dads and moms. We cover his standpoints on relationships, hormones, psychology, the difference between men and women and how we deal with stresses, diet and what dads and moms can teach their children when they are balanced in their own powerful energies as men and women. The session is honest and straightforward, which I like a lot. Some of the things John says or rather how he says them would be unpopular or politically incorrect - and that’s exactly why I found the conversation so interesting! If we launch into stuff you find difficult, I urge you to look beyond that and listen for your own value. The most powerful takeaways for me as a dad where: Violence comes from anger and fear and happens when you don't have role models who solve problems. Be a strong outside presence for your children and teach them that just because something difficult happened once, it doesn’t necessarily have to happen over and over again. Teach your daughters how they can trust in other people and be interdependent by making sure they can trust in you. How you treat your partner will translate to your own children. Fathers can provide resilience. Kids need to hear: you did your best and your best is good enough! Links for further reading and information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Gray_(American_author) https://www.marsvenus.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dadicateddotcom/message
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#6 Flo Jung world champion & down to earth DAD!
<p>Florian Jung is one the most progressive windsurfers globally, ocean adventurer and environmentalist and obviously a super passionate Dad. Flo opens up about his challenges around family-life and being ‘modern gypsies’ - travelling with everyone as a professional athlete.&nbsp;</p> <p>We talk about his hopes and dreams for his son and how his perspective changed completely since he became a father. Flo shares his plans for his near future and his passion for the environment and the ocean. We discuss emancipation and how parenting has changed from when we were kids ourselves.&nbsp;</p> <p>Maybe the most powerful topic that keeps popping up in this session is the fact that we should leave our children of whom we borrowed this planet a decent Mother Earth. Flo is very passionate about conservation and we talk about the ocean crossing he is planning for (this was recorded in March 2019, due to an injury shortly after the project hasn’t happened yet).&nbsp;</p> <p>We talk about ‘digital challenges’ with kids, the impact we are having as a dad per se and of course actually taking responsibility for the impact you're having on your children by your own choices and actions.&nbsp;</p> <p>My key takeaways as a dad where:&nbsp;</p> <ul> <li>If I eat chocolate, they can eat chocolate.&nbsp;</li> <li>Be intentional around your own actions and be aware of the impact your decisions have on your kids&nbsp;</li> <li>Spend as much time with your family as you can.&nbsp;</li> </ul> <p>Please rate and share with other moms and dads! Thank you!&nbsp;</p> <p>Links to this episode:&nbsp;</p> <ul> <li>Flo’s website: https://www.florianjung.com/&nbsp;</li> <li>Follow Flo on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/flojungdotcom/</li> </ul> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dadicateddotcom/message
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#5 Andrew Shortell lost a baby & was accused of shaken baby syndrome
Andrew Shortell is a dad of two children. Him and his wife lost their son Tristan at 4 months back in 2014 and where accused of shaken baby syndrome in the aftermath. The accusation was only cleared after many painful months and obviously the whole situation was beyond traumatic. Andrew takes me through what happened that particular night when they lost the baby and he shares how he managed to cope with the whole situation. The session is very powerful and sad. Andrew told me afterwards that he feels this could be the starting point for his own healing. I truly wish this for him! Despite the tragic story somehow they got through and with the arrival of their third child managed to turn their life back into a positive and happy outlook. This was awesome to hear! The session with Andrew left me thoughtful and inspired. The key takeaways for me as a dad where: Carry on, never give up Deal with sadness and loss as soon as you can. Don’t carry the sadness. It was powerful to hear how Andrew was able to focus his energy on the rest of the family and managed to turn things around Professionally Andrew is a Washington, D.C. based live event producer and film director. Please share this episode of dadicated.com with other dads and moms and leave a rating and review. Thank you! Further reading on Andrew: Website: www.andrewshortell.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/andrew.shortell LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-shortell-3215289/ Andrew speaking out about losing a child and being accused of shaken baby syndrome: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/disputed-diagnosis-sends-parents-prison-abuse Interesting links (not directly related to Andrew): https://www.bbc.com/news/av/education-47443966/dads-who-lose-a-child-are-overlooked https://charlieschildloss.co.uk/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dadicateddotcom/message
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#4 Yat Siu on consistency, empathy & education
Dadicated.com: Yat Siu (Chinese: 蕭逸) is a Hong Kong based Dad, entrepreneur, angel investor, classically trained musician, director of the Asian Youth Orchestra, Global Leader of Tomorrow at the World Economic Forum, and Young Entrepreneur of the Year who was born and raised in Vienna, Austria. Yat is co-founder of the Dalton Learning Lab, which emphasises divergent thinking and design thinking for children. His extraordinary views on our educational systems, how we teach and educate our children. In short, Yat is awesome! His extraordinary views on our educational systems, how we teach and educate our children, dealing with kids' gaming addictions and how he proposes to deal with digital and screen-time in principle intrigued me from the start! In this session Yat shares his views (and frustrations) on today’s education system (outdated information arbitrage we force upon our children really), tech and the digital worlds us and our kids live in. Yat shares amazing personal learnings and ideas on dealing with gaming addiction and how he and his children deal with conflict as equals. Related links: Yat on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yat_Siu Yat is the Founder & CEO of Outblaze https://www.outblaze.com/yat-siu Yat is the Co-founder & Non-Executive Chairman, Animoca Brands https://www.animocabrands.com/board-of-directors --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dadicateddotcom/message
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#3 Grant Hatch “Being Dad” with stage 4 lung cancer
Grant Hatch is truly inspiring. He has four boys, he is extremely intelligent and has been successfully fighting stage 4 cancer for quite some time. Grant has managed to change his condition’s diagnosis from terminal to chronic by means of various treatments he initiated. This conversation, I was privileged to have with him, in essence is so powerful because Grant truly opens up how he feels like as a Dad of four with cancer but also, because we actually did not focus on the cancer so much. I was very interested in the Grant before and after the diagnosis and Grant shares some amazing insights. To put it lightly, I was blown away by Grant’s positivity, his energy and vibe. Grant feels very strongly about educating the public on cancer and Radon, a radioactive, natural gas that most likely caused Grant’s condition. Please do watch this powerful video here: https://youtu.be/PB3nLBu4urg Note: This recording is about 10 months old upon publishing. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dadicateddotcom/message
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#2 Walter Lee’s son Zy has only one arm, no legs
<p>As a Dad Walter found his calling when his 3rd son, Zy, was born with only one complete limb. His left arm.</p> <p><em>Read that again...</em></p> <p>The doctors had not picked up Zy’s condition on the scans during the pregnancy and so Zy’s condition came as a complete surprise upon his birth.</p> <p>He decided early on to “prepare the child for the road and not the road for the child.” Walters modus operandi is to INSPIRE, EMPOWER and ENABLE. And it truly is! I felt inspired and humbled after our session.</p> <p>In this episode Walter Lee and myself discuss the challenges AND the upsides of living with and empowering a differently abled child. Walter shares his life-learnings and opens up about how his family dealt with this unusual situation that memorable 30th of September 2006 brought. Walter talks about his journey as a Dad, his fight for justice and how he managed to enable his son’s walking by the age of two!</p> <p>His <a href="www.zmf-asia.org">foundation’s</a> mission is to bring “INDEPENDENT LIVING” to the 10 million children with movement disabilities in South-east Asia. The foundation has since grown with a branch in Malaysia and activities also in Tanzania, Japan and other South-east Asian countries.</p> <p>Walter (a.k.a. Chef Kani) is a serial entrepreneur, celebrity chef, restauranteur, author, speaker, lecturer, and now, social worker and farmer. He speaks 8 languages and is married with 3 children.</p> <p>Walter and Zy’s motto is: “Fail fast, fail different, fail forward!” &amp; Zy responds “...and fail young”.</p> <p>If you, like myself, also had goosebumps during this episode, <strong>please do share this and leave a review</strong>. Greatly appreciated!</p> <p>“Give us a chance and you’ll be surprised.” (Walter Lee)</p> <p>Enjoy!</p> <p>Philipp Hartmann</p> <p>-----</p> <p>Links related to this episode</p> <ul> <li>Zy Movement Foundation <a href="http://en.zmf-asia.org/"><u>http://en.zmf-asia.org/</u></a><u><br> </u></li> <li>Walter’s Book “Walking without legs” <a href="https://www.facebook.com/zmfmy/posts/walking-without-legs-written-by-mr-walter-lee-founder-of-zy-movement-foundationh/1770317003241468/"><u>https://www.facebook.com/zmfmy/posts/walking-without-legs-written-by-mr-walter-lee-founder-of-zy-movement-foundationh/1770317003241468/<br> </u></a></li> <li>Walter Lee on LinkedIn <a href="https://in.linkedin.com/pub/walter-lee/47/b16/4b7"><u>https://in.linkedin.com/pub/walter-lee/47/b16/4b7<br> </u></a></li> <li>Walter Lee on facebook <a href="https://www.facebook.com/walter.lee.12720"><u>https://www.facebook.com/walter.lee.12720<br> </u></a></li> <li>TEDxChiangMai "Walking without Legs" with Walter &amp; Zy Kher Lee <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJ5bIPzNjAM"><u>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJ5bIPzNjAM<br> </u></a></li> </ul> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dadicateddotcom/message
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#1 Richard Walton "Being Dad" in the jungle
<p>Not only is Richard a successful serial entrepreneur and dad of 4 kids - three girls and one boy. I could tell immediately that Richard has done some deep introspection about being a father, family and values in his life.</p> <p>Richard is a man who follows his heart and therefore seems to make really good decisions in his life when it counts. At one stage in his life Richard decided to move to the jungle in Costa Rica - at a time when his first baby was 7 months and his wife pregnant with their second child - they were going to stay six months and ended up living there for 8 years.</p> <p>The result of this was that Richard was able to literally spend and live the first 8 years of his childrens lives together with them.</p> <p>In this episode, Richard and myself speak about some of the challenges we face as an entrepreneurs and dads. We chat about education, travelling and how - within a mere 4 years - Richard built a company with over 120 employees growing at insane rates all because he watched his son playing soccer on his own through the kitchen window. And of course the ups and downs of that journey.</p> <p>Enjoy!</p> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dadicateddotcom/message
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