Not exactly fitness related, but I released a new podcast last week.
Small Business Dads.
There’s already a couple of interviews up there now, with another one dropping later this afternoon.
The goal of this podcast is to help other dads who run a small business tell their story.
It’s a bit of a side project I’ve had in the back of my head for a few months now, and with the partial lockdown and small business taking a massive hit, I thought it was the perfect time to pull my finger out and hit the launch button.
The thought behind this, is based around the old saying that people only do business with someone who they know, like and trust. And that can be hard to find these days, especially if you don’t have a referral from a friend who’s used that service before.
So what I aim to do here is to get to know some small business owners – not just about what they do, but who they are. About their families. About their interests. About their story. So that way, we feel like we know them and are more likely to do business with them when we need their services – or know someone who does.
Cause a rising tide lifts all ships.And the episode I want to share with you today really moved me. Last week I had a chat with Jason Sotiris from SuperTee.
This is a cool concept which is aimed at kids who have cancer and without spoiling Jason’s story too much, he found that when his baby daughter was going through this nightmare, she needed something that made changing her clothes easier.
Hence he came up with a shirt that works around all the tubes and monitors etc that they’re hooked up to, and it comes in cool superhero characters.
But the best part of the story, is you can actually pay it forward and buy a supporter pack for a kid who you don’t know.
So you go on, buy a kit, and the hospital gives it to a kid who needs a bit of a pick me up.
Anyways, I can’t do the story justice. It’s awesome and you need to listen to it for yourself.
The above link is for Apple Podcasts, but you can also find it on Spotify and Google Play for now (just search Small Business Dads in the appropriate app).
And if you do like it, please rate and review and most importantly share with your friends on your social media feeds so more people can hear the stories of these blokes.
I grabbed a couple of Superhero packs after being moved by Jason’s story and I encourage you to grab one as well if you can afford it right now to pay it forward to some kids who are doing it tougher than any of us right now.
PS – if you want to be interviewed for a future episode to share the story of your business and your family, hit me up. I’d love to give a fellow DPMer a plug.