It’s my mission to encourage men in their pursuit of becoming the best fathers, husbands, and professionals they can possibly be.
Dad. There is no more important title.
For those who have kids, being a parent is job #1. But we’re not only dads, we’re also husbands and professionals.
The Professional Dad speaks not only to the importance of being a father, but also the balance of being the best dad you can be as well as the best professional in your chosen field of work.
April 23, 2016
The day I became a dad. It changed my life changed forever. Hudson Lewis was born at 11:32 in the morning and my perspective completely shifted in that moment. This incredible human being now relied completely on my wife and me to love him, protect him, and support him.
It’s a responsibility that weighed on me. It weighed on me so much that I often consider the year after he was born to be the best and most difficult year of my life. While I loved him more than I ever thought possible, I struggled with the impact this change had on the life I had gotten so used to.
The Professional Dad
I am a husband and father of three, but I’m also a high school teacher and coach. And while being dad to Hudson, Georgia, and Wynnie and husband to Kayla are my most important jobs on this Earth, I also feel that I have been called to positively influence and pour in to the hundreds of high school students I have the privilege of working with each year.