When it comes to the podcasting space, there is a lot of repetition. Most of them ones that start are interviews, showing people and giving value from others in generic topics. It is refreshing to hear about the Dad Up Podcast and the newly formed Tribe within it.
What does it take and what does it even mean to be a good father? Is it possible to, as Bryan says, Dad Up?
In his show, he has interviewed some of the top Fathers around the world. People like Chuck Lidell, Dan Caldwell, Anthony Trucks, Ed Mylett and many, many more. His main goal is to show that you and I are all alike. We all face struggles with raising children, setting our ego aside, and making sure the child is raised well and to the best of our ability.
Bryan is not only an advocate and a voice for fathers through his podcast; But also hosts rooms on Clubhouse and posts regularly on his social media about being a great father. The tips and advice he brings makes me really take the time to think if I am doing the best that I can to ensure my children’s well being. Are they confident enough to find their way in the future or will the way I manage myself around them be a crutch to them in the future?
Bryan is creating a space for all fathers to come together and be open about the challenges they face. This finds itself as a very different place than a gathering or a group, as it is non judgemental and everyone is looking for the best output from the discussions held.
It is men speaking from the heart and saying how they feel they might be failing and bringing to light what has worked for others, so that the failure might not feel as though it cannot be fixed. Dads helping Dads become better Dads.
Bryan Ward, we applaud you for the work that you do and inspiring Dads across the nation and one day the world to Dad Up!