Brad shares a really simple and practical way to work less and connect more with your family. And it comes down to a simple choice. Are you going to choose to work or are you going to choose to spend time with your family. Now, go make the better choice each day this week.
Recovering Workaholic Dads Podcast
In this episode, we interview Jay Hatfield, a long-time traveling businessman who eventually landed a work-from-home job. He shares the difficulties of connecting while on the road and some of the personal-time sacrifices he’s had to make to make family life work. Jay shares how to be a team-player with home duties, the give and take benefits and flexibility with his employer, and some of the healthy boundaries and ground-rules he’s had to implement as a work-from-home dad. Jay shares some wisdom about the self-discipline required and the key to making it a win-win for his boss. You’ll also learn a few tips on how to create a daily routine to get ready for the work day.
“In this episode, Brad introduces and explains the Recovering Workaholic Dads Manifesto or core values. What does it mean to be a workaholic dad in recovery? What guiding principles should drive our everyday thinking and actions?
We’re Intensely Focused on Relationships
We’re Passionate about Connecting With Our Kids
We Live Balanced Lives
We Honor Our Vows as Husbands
We Leave a Family Legacy
We Work Efficiently, Effectively, and Productively
We Leave Work at The Office
We Put Family First
We Are Recovering Workaholic Dads!”
Dave Cutillo’s job takes him on the road for months at a time. In this episode, he shares lessons about how working dads can stay proactively connected to their wife and family while traveling.
How do you not just survive, but thrive as a single working dad with a special-needs son?
Listen to this insightful interview with Bryan Honea who is making the most of his father/son relationship while trying to juggle the demands of work and family.
Learn how his divorce has impacted his relationships, and the importance of proactively creating a support network.