Himalaya: Listen. Learn. Grow.

4.8K Ratings
Open In App
title

The Truth About Being an Entrepreneurial Dad/Husband

Fred Blumenberg

0
Followers
0
Plays
The Truth About Being an Entrepreneurial Dad/Husband

The Truth About Being an Entrepreneurial Dad/Husband

Fred Blumenberg

0
Followers
0
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

If you want real perspective and insight on what’s happening right now in my entrepreneurial journey, you’ve come to the right podcast. I tell you about the challenges of fatherhood along with being a good husband to my awesome wife. It’s a juggling act to say the least. Here’s how I stay crazy yet effective in my life. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

Latest Episodes

034: Someone Tried Their Best to Make Me Feel Inferior

EOne thing that you’ll run into a lot is people trying to make you feel inferior because of a few things. They may feel insecure of their own standing, they may feel fearful of your progress, they may feel as though they need to “peacock” and posture to show off. Do not allow this to discourage you. Let me tell you about a time that I got insulted and how this made me feel and my response to it. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 OCT 2
Comments
034: Someone Tried Their Best to Make Me Feel Inferior

033: I Quit! No, I Stepped Away From A Micromanager

EThe hardest thing for me to do was to step away from the 3rd/4th Grade SAFL Head Football Coach. Why? Because of a persistent micromanager. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

5 min2018 SEP 26
Comments
033: I Quit! No, I Stepped Away From A Micromanager

032: What I've Learned From Coaching Kids In Sports

ECoaching kids by using the #1 Mindset has helped me to develop and strengthen the brand even further. And it works to create supreme confidence in the kids that I coach. Listen to how this helped a young basketball player who didn’t even know of the basketball player LeBron James. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 AUG 29
Comments
032: What I've Learned From Coaching Kids In Sports

031: Time Wasn't On My Side

ETime is finicky. It’s also fleeting. Let me tell you about my encounter with time and how sleeping in messed me all the way up. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 AUG 21
Comments
031: Time Wasn't On My Side

030: Moving Furniture and Coaching Sports - Life Lessons

EMy entrepreneurial journey has been one big roller coaster of crazy twists and turns. After moving 1700 miles from Chicago, IL to Sandpoint, ID, I swore I’d never move furniture again. Now here I am moving furniture helping my entrepreneurial friend Travis. I’m also coaching youth football (which I love to do) but I literally might have bitten of more than I could chew by taking on this new project. It’s the life of an entrepreneurial dad. Yikes! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 AUG 14
Comments
030: Moving Furniture and Coaching Sports - Life Lessons

029: Time to Pause and Reflect

EI needed to take time for myself to stop and reassess what I was doing. I think we all have moments along our entrepreneurial journey where we need to assess what’s working and what’s not giving us the results we desire. I also needed to take time with the family. It was necessary. Take time to for yourself when it’s needed. The world’s troubles will always be there tomorrow. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 MAY 29
Comments
029: Time to Pause and Reflect

028: The Pressure Mounts - I Get Stronger

EEntrepreneurs all have moments that challenge us when it comes to creating sales. Here’s my moment that's challenging me and what I’m doing about it. The raw and real authentic truth about my current mindset. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 MAY 16
Comments
028: The Pressure Mounts - I Get Stronger

027: The Biggest Challenge of My Life

ENo one knows that one of the biggest challenges of my entrepreneurial journey has been watching my two baby girls while doing my job. There’s nothing that I’ll ever fast that’ll be harder than this. I give all the credit to those that are single moms or dads that do this by themselves. You ALL are the REAL MVPs. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 MAY 9
Comments
027: The Biggest Challenge of My Life

026: My Drive and Desire to Help Entrepreneurs

EI’ve always had a drive to help people in general. It wasn’t until I began this entrepreneurial journey that I decided to use my talents and abilities to help other entrepreneurs do the one thing that’s challenging to do - win the mind every damn day. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 MAY 2
Comments
026: My Drive and Desire to Help Entrepreneurs

025: Reflecting on the Challenges

EI’ve had some significant challenges to overcome over the past month or so. Finding my groove with my business and finding time for my kids has been a struggle but a growing process at the same time. Here are my personal thoughts on both topics that I’ve experienced over the past few weeks. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 APR 25
Comments
025: Reflecting on the Challenges

Latest Episodes

034: Someone Tried Their Best to Make Me Feel Inferior

EOne thing that you’ll run into a lot is people trying to make you feel inferior because of a few things. They may feel insecure of their own standing, they may feel fearful of your progress, they may feel as though they need to “peacock” and posture to show off. Do not allow this to discourage you. Let me tell you about a time that I got insulted and how this made me feel and my response to it. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 OCT 2
Comments
034: Someone Tried Their Best to Make Me Feel Inferior

033: I Quit! No, I Stepped Away From A Micromanager

EThe hardest thing for me to do was to step away from the 3rd/4th Grade SAFL Head Football Coach. Why? Because of a persistent micromanager. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

5 min2018 SEP 26
Comments
033: I Quit! No, I Stepped Away From A Micromanager

032: What I've Learned From Coaching Kids In Sports

ECoaching kids by using the #1 Mindset has helped me to develop and strengthen the brand even further. And it works to create supreme confidence in the kids that I coach. Listen to how this helped a young basketball player who didn’t even know of the basketball player LeBron James. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 AUG 29
Comments
032: What I've Learned From Coaching Kids In Sports

031: Time Wasn't On My Side

ETime is finicky. It’s also fleeting. Let me tell you about my encounter with time and how sleeping in messed me all the way up. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 AUG 21
Comments
031: Time Wasn't On My Side

030: Moving Furniture and Coaching Sports - Life Lessons

EMy entrepreneurial journey has been one big roller coaster of crazy twists and turns. After moving 1700 miles from Chicago, IL to Sandpoint, ID, I swore I’d never move furniture again. Now here I am moving furniture helping my entrepreneurial friend Travis. I’m also coaching youth football (which I love to do) but I literally might have bitten of more than I could chew by taking on this new project. It’s the life of an entrepreneurial dad. Yikes! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 AUG 14
Comments
030: Moving Furniture and Coaching Sports - Life Lessons

029: Time to Pause and Reflect

EI needed to take time for myself to stop and reassess what I was doing. I think we all have moments along our entrepreneurial journey where we need to assess what’s working and what’s not giving us the results we desire. I also needed to take time with the family. It was necessary. Take time to for yourself when it’s needed. The world’s troubles will always be there tomorrow. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 MAY 29
Comments
029: Time to Pause and Reflect

028: The Pressure Mounts - I Get Stronger

EEntrepreneurs all have moments that challenge us when it comes to creating sales. Here’s my moment that's challenging me and what I’m doing about it. The raw and real authentic truth about my current mindset. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 MAY 16
Comments
028: The Pressure Mounts - I Get Stronger

027: The Biggest Challenge of My Life

ENo one knows that one of the biggest challenges of my entrepreneurial journey has been watching my two baby girls while doing my job. There’s nothing that I’ll ever fast that’ll be harder than this. I give all the credit to those that are single moms or dads that do this by themselves. You ALL are the REAL MVPs. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 MAY 9
Comments
027: The Biggest Challenge of My Life

026: My Drive and Desire to Help Entrepreneurs

EI’ve always had a drive to help people in general. It wasn’t until I began this entrepreneurial journey that I decided to use my talents and abilities to help other entrepreneurs do the one thing that’s challenging to do - win the mind every damn day. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 MAY 2
Comments
026: My Drive and Desire to Help Entrepreneurs

025: Reflecting on the Challenges

EI’ve had some significant challenges to overcome over the past month or so. Finding my groove with my business and finding time for my kids has been a struggle but a growing process at the same time. Here are my personal thoughts on both topics that I’ve experienced over the past few weeks. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadhusband/support

4 min2018 APR 25
Comments
025: Reflecting on the Challenges
success toast
Welcome to Himalaya LearningClick below to download our app for better listening experience.Download App