These Dads Are Doing It Right – Part 161 – Fatherhood From Different Perspectives 

This week for the These Dads Are Doing It Right series I am putting the spotlight on dads who are looking at fatherhood from different perspectives. To me these dads are great at showing us how we can look at fatherhood in different ways. If there are any other dads that you think we should check out leave their name and info in the comment section below. 

Ed Frauenheim – Looking A Fatherhood From Different Perspectives

Ed Frauenheim is senior director of content at Great Place to Work–the research organization behind Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list. In addition, he has written or cowritten articles for Fortune, Inc., and Wired and is the coauthor of three books. In one of his books, Reinventing Masculinity: The Liberating Power of Compassion and Connection, Ed Frauenheim and his co-author say a big part of the problem is a model of masculinity that’s become outmoded and even dangerous, to both men and women. Check out that book here. 

Brian Page – Modern Husband 

Brian Page is married with three children, a dog, and a home full of foster kittens. He is the founder of Modern Husbands. In addition, he spent 15 years as a personal finance and economics educator. Brian was recognized as a National Educator of the Year by the Milken Foundation and Ohio Department of Education. In addition he was recognized by CNN Money Hero, a CEE Forbes Award winner, and a former Working Group Member of the U.S. President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability. Brian’s main focus is to support his wife’s career ambitions and his children’s needs. Check out his site Modern Husbands. 

Christopher Veal – The Whole Man 

Christopher Veal is a former combat veteran. Chris has 25 years of experience in talent and leadership development. He hosts The Vulnerable Man podcast, is a TEDx speaker, and an executive coach and leadership consultant. In addition, Christopher works with leaders to leverage vulnerability to create a deeper connection. The connection can between themselves and those under their charge. When he’s not busy with these other pursuits, he loves spending time with his amazing daughter. Plus, he likes listening to music, playing piano and guitar. Other hobbies include mountain biking, riding his motorcycle, and is somewhat successfully training their Boxer, Apollo.

Dr. Jason Frishman – JourneyMen

Jason has been working for over 20 years to support individuals, groups, families, organizations and businesses. He is excited to bring over two decades of work in offices, institutions, kitchens, farmers’ markets, woodlots and boardrooms to wild new environments. Whether as a psychotherapist, the creator and founder of JourneyMen, public speaker, thought leader or narrative consultant, Jason believes that our lives are adventurous, and we can and should be an active, engaged author of our own adventure stories!

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