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TBG Podcast EP: 022 - Dakota Meyer

TBG Podcast EP: 022 - Dakota Meyer

LISTEN OR WATCH BELOW 👇🏼 select your platform The one and only, Dakota Meyer is here! Dakota is a retired Marine Corps scout sniper, Father, entrepreneur and author, among many other things. Dakota was deployed to Afghanistan,  as part of a training team that supported the Afghan local Military, fighting the Taliban forces in the Kunar Province area. On Sept 8, 2009 his life would change forever when the Battle of Ganjgal fired off. Dakota’s selfless actions during that day would go into history as he was awarded the Medal of Honor by President Obama in 2011. Dakota goes really...

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EP. 021 - GARY VEE WAS PERFECTLY PARENTED

EP. 021 - GARY VEE WAS PERFECTLY PARENTED

In this episode, we sit down with Gary Vaynerchuk who is an entrepreneur, speaker, author, internet personality, and father of 2.

CEO of Vayner Media a $200 million dollar company with apx. 1000 employee world wide. He is also known to have transformed his family wine business from a $3 million dollar company to a $60 million dollar empire within a few years.

Gary tells Beav and Alex about his childhood, not knowing much about his father until age 14, and drops an atomic bomb regarding stay-at-home-dads.

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Ep. 020 - Didnt expect them to bring THIS home

Ep. 020 - Didnt expect them to bring THIS home

The first wave of back to school sickness has crashed down at Alex’s house. 3 sick kids, and a sick Alex made Dad Life a little more difficult this week.

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Ep. 019 - Embracing the Suck

Ep. 019 - Embracing the Suck

Embracing the suck is just a part of being a parent. Alex is working on a new morning routine for his 3 boys. The twins have started to get up early (like 5 am early) and destroy their room, waking up their little brother in the process and bringing him in on the fun.

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Ep. 018 - We're Still Here

Ep. 018 - We're Still Here

After a week of being evacuated for Hurricane Dorian, Beav and Alex are back in the office and they are jacked! We are pretty sure they both drank at least 4 cups of coffee each before the podcast.

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Ep. 017 - DadBod

Ep. 017 - DadBod

This week on the Tactical Baby Gear® Podcast, Beav sits down with his personal trainer, John Duberley (@run.johnny.run) John is a Navy veteran, and a low key bad ass. In the Navy, John had to keep fit to ensure he could complete missions and duties while out to sea.

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EP. 016 - Make them work for it!

EP. 016 - Make them work for it!

How do we balance supporting our kids athletic and scholastic goals, while still letting them lose and fail to learn those lessons on their own? We want our offspring to do well, and to continue to doing what makes them happy. Leaving a gymnastics competition crying can be discouraging, but is it better than giving them false hope and expectations on what it means to compete and follow through with tasks?

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Ep. 015 - Booth of Armordillo Concealment. Father of 5, Firefighter, and business owner

Ep. 015 - Booth of Armordillo Concealment. Father of 5, Firefighter, and business owner

Booth is here! Booth is the owner of Armordillo Concealment, a holster company that was formed in his garage around 2011, and continues to be an industry leader with in the gun community. He is also a full time Firefighter in Florida, as well as a father of 5. Yes, 5! If you want to talk about a juggling act, this is one of the best.

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EP. 014 - BEAR!

EP. 014 - BEAR!

The summer is coming to an end, and the final trip of the season is happening for Beav and Alex at the same time. Alex is headed to North Carolina for a wedding and family trip, and Beav is headed to Tennessee, both for a quick three day weekend trip. Beav’s older brother

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EP. 013 - Dealing with other people's kids

EP. 013 - Dealing with other people's kids

Its was a long, busy weekend for Beav. He and Alex started on Friday by taking friends out on the boat, including Dan from Combat Flags, then it was straight into birthday weekend mode for Beav’s oldest daughter.

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