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Embracing the Emotional Journey: Insights from a Married Entrepreneur Dad

Guess who turned a regular Tuesday into an epic Valentine’s Day adventure? Yep, that’s right, me and my crew. We ditched the usual routine, grabbed the kids from school, and hit the road to meet Mallorie at the beach. That two-and-a-half-hour drive? It wasn’t just a trip; it was a masterclass in managing a car full of emotions.


A Car Ride Like No Other


In that car, every emotion you could think of made an appearance. And here’s where my role as the guide comes into play. I’ve navigated these emotional journeys enough to know that fighting feelings is like trying to hold back the sea with a broom. Spoiler: it doesn’t work.


The Secret? Embrace, Don’t Resist


Through years of leading my family and running a business, I’ve learned a crucial lesson: welcome those emotions. Let them in, feel them, and then watch them leave like guests at a party. It’s a method that’s kept us sane and bonded, even in the chaos.


To My Fellow Leaders


To my fellow entrepreneur dads, navigating the beautiful mess of family and business, here’s my message: it’s okay to ride the emotional waves. Actually, it’s more than okay; it’s necessary. I’ve been there, in the trenches, just like you. And if there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s that facing emotions head-on makes us better leaders, partners, and dads.

Need a Navigator?


Feeling swamped by the waves? Or maybe you’ve found your own way to surf them? Either way, I’m here. Drop me a message. As someone who’s been through it, I’m here to guide, share, and help you navigate this wild ride we call parenting while leading.

Let’s embrace the journey, the highs, the lows, and everything in between, with open arms and hearts ready to learn. Because at the end of the day, that’s what makes us the guides our families and businesses need.


Here’s to more adventures and the lessons they bring us.

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