Being a dad is something you do every day. We created a daily email that helps you become a better dad, every day. One piece of timeless advice, delivered to your inbox every day.
Being a great father is really important. It's probably the most important thing you will do in your life. Raising your kids is 100% as much your job as their mother's. Being a dad is something to be admired. It's a role filled with incredible meaning and purpose. Something that connects back to time immemorial, to every father that ever lived and ever will live.
But being a great dad is really hard. We need help to get there. We all need some guidance.
Unfortunately, most published advice falls abysmally short. We're supposed to read one book as a sleep-deprived new parent who can barely manage to remember how to wrap a swaddle and be good to go for the rest of our kid's life? We're supposed to sift through academic papers and podcasts and the latest research ourselves? And then just have it all oncall in our memory banks when the time comes? How is that sustainable?
That's why we created the Daily Dad - a daily email on fatherhood, love and raising great kids.
Inspired by the greatest wisdom and lessons from history, science, literature and ordinary parents, we're going to give you real advice and insight for being a great dad. Whether you're still expecting, knee deep in the terrible twos, grinding through the teenage years or a successful grandparent, we have something you can read every day. That can make you better every day.
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Ryan Holiday is the bestselling author of Trust Me, I'm Lying; The Obstacle Is the Way; Ego Is the Enemy;Conspiracy and other books about marketing, culture, and the human condition. His work has been translated into over 30 languages and has appeared everywhere from the New York Times to Fast Company. His company, Brass Check, has advised companies such as Google, TASER, and Complex, as well as multiplatinum musicians and some of the biggest authors in the world.
He lives in Austin, Texas with his wife and two sons.
Dr. Drew Pinsky is a practicing physician, Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Board Certified in Addiction Medicine and a member of the staff at Huntington Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Drew hosted the nationally syndicated radio show Loveline where he has been taking calls from listeners about love, sex and relationships for over 25 years. Additionally, Pinsky hosts the Dr. Drew Podcast, which is currently the #1 health podcast on iTunes. Dr. Drew also co-hosts the Adam and Dr. Drew Podcast with his former Loveline co-host Adam Carolla.
Pinsky lives in Pasadena, California with his wife Susan and has triplets attending various universities.
Casey Neistat is a filmmaker and YouTube personality with over 12 million subscribers.
Neistat gained early popularity on YouTube with viral videos such as “iPod's Dirty Secret”, “Bike Lanes”, “Make It Count”, and more. He's produced television commercials for such clients as Samsung, Nike, Google, J. Crew, and Mercedes-Benz. His startup “Beme” was acquired by CNN in 2016.
Neistat has three children and lives in Los Angeles with his wife Candice.
Charlamagne Tha God is cohost of the nationally syndicated hip-hop iHeartRadio program The Breakfast Club. Born and
raised in a small town in South Carolina, Charlamagne quickly rose to become one of today's most unique and compelling
media personalities. His point of view and provocative celebrity interviews help drive the daily national conversation
about issues related to hip-hop, race, society, and politics. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller Black Privilege, Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It and Shook One.
Charlamagne and his wife have two daughters.
Brett McKay founded the Art of Manliness in 2008 and has grown it into the largest independent men's interest magazine
on the web.
Brett grew up in Edmond, OK, a suburb of Oklahoma City, and attended the University of Oklahoma. He took a break in college to live in Tijuana, Mexico for two years doing service. After graduating with a BA in Letters, he then went on to pursue his lifelong goal of going to law school. While attending the University of Tulsa College of Law, Brett started the Art of Manliness as something fun to do in his spare time.
The McKays have two adorable children: Gus, age 8, and Scout, 5.
We're going to tackle all the big themes of our time and of all time: Grit. Resilience. Curiosity. Compassion. Character. Unconditional love. Finding purpose. Dealing with stress. Masculinity. Female empowerment. Loss. Stillness. Truthfulness. Initiative. Creativity. Passion. Family. Fun.
Join Daily Dad now and tap into a community of dads all over the world dedicated to becoming the very best dad they can be. you'll get a daily meditation on the above themes and more
A dad is a dad is a dad whether your kid is two days or twenty years old, whether they become a professional athlete or develop dyslexia, whether they have kids of their own, whether you're rich or poor, married or single, a birth-, adopted- or step-parent, gay or straight, American or Afghani. Sure, trends shift and cultures evolve, but what it means to be a father at the very core of things is immutable. Just as motherhood does for women, fatherhood connects us to our distant past and to every generation that will come after us.