Prioritizing Love and Kindness – Bryan Ward

Legendary Dads

Sep 18 2022 • 50 mins

In this episode, we feature Bryan Ward who shows great openness and vulnerability in sharing personal stories and lessons learned through the process of loving his wife and their two boys.

As we talked he shared about choices he made in,

  • prioritizing work and family time
  • how his relationship with his spouse improved his efforts as a dad
  • the value of being proactive in asking for help
  • and some profound insights around dealing with addiction, anger, and learning humility
  • letting your kids grow up and live their own life

There is so much more we could learn from Bryan, so I encourage you to follow him on Instagram to glean more wisdom.

About the Guest:

Bryan Ward is a husband and proud father of two sons. He is a Marine Corps Veteran and has spent over 18 years as a basketball coach for youth basketball and high school varsity basketball coach.

Bryan is currently the creator and host of a top-rated podcast called Dad Up Podcast. Over the past 2 and a half years, Bryan has been focusing on helping dads become the best dad they can be for their families. He has coached countless fathers on learning tools and strategies in parenting. He has also been featured on radio and newspapers and even CNN for the work he is doing.

Bryan is dedicated to helping dads be the best they can be for themselves and their families.

Personal Links

Instagram - @daduppodcast

Dad Up Podcast -

About the Host:

Married for over 22 years, and Dad to 4 young kids, Kevin Williams is focused on helping Dads not only be the best they can be, but also leave the best for their family. He believes that everything rises and falls on leadership - and it starts on the inside.

Behind this passion for working with Dads, is a heart that cries for the children and wives who are missing out, struggling, or worse, because the men in their lives are not sure that they have what it takes.

He knows from hard-won experience that all Dads have what it takes to provide fully and deeply what their family needs from them. “When things are looking rough,” he says, “we have to hold on to the truth that all of us are capable of far more than we realize. We can see this truth when we stand firm, and don't let the storms of life chase us away from those are counting on us.”

Kevin encourages those who engage with him to take courage, and embrace the challenge of digging deep within to see their true heart; because everything we do in life - or don’t do - stems from who we are.

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