This week I’m joined by author and father Chris Meyer. His latest book “Four Months…And A Lifetime” is the touching true story of a father who coached his son’s basketball team from kindergarten through eighth grade, a remarkable nine-year journey with the same boys. Their final march to the eighth-grade season Championship is interspersed with the author’s own journey of falling in love with basketball in early-seventies New York, filled with anecdotes of Dr. J, sneaking into Duke’s Cameron Indoor Stadium, and playing pickup in Larry Bird’s home state of Indiana.
More episodes to come this season featuring:
Danny McCartney – Father of two, Dad So Hard Podcast Co-Host and Media Sales Executive @mccfartney
Seth Marks – Real Househusband of Salt Lake City, Father of three, Entrepreneur, Life Coach and Dad Influencer @sethstock
Jesse Redniss – Father of four, Tech Entrepreneur and Venture Capitalist, Digital and Data Media Executive @redniss
Donte Palmer – Father of three, Tedx Speaker, CEO/Founder Squat for Change @squatforchange
Mark Savant – Father of two, Dad Blogger, Entrepreneur, Personal Brand and Digital Marketing Coach @marksavantmedia
David Arrell – Author, Entrepreneur and Men’s Coach www.welcometofatherhood.com
Hill Pluviose – Father of 1, Military Vet and Host of Vet Talk Podcast @VetTalkWithHill
D’Anthony Ward – Father of 2, Executive Producer, Marketing Executive and Star of the The Dad Vlog @dad_vlog
Bob Rilling -Father of 2, Law Enforcement Officer @brilling91
Sean Hill – Father of 3, Stay at Home Dad, Influencer and Blogger @epicdadlife
Chris Meyer – Author, Tech and Wellness CEO @chrismeyerauthor
John Dunleavy Jr. – Father of 2, Retired Navy Vet, Politician, Banker and Police Officer
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Recorded On location at Dad So Hard Studios located in Long Island NY. Music by Riley Greenstein @zgwiardzee
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