About the Dad Who Knows nothing
Asking the questions about stuff Dad’s should know: parenting, life advice, personal finance, wellness and living your best life, as a Dad. Join me in my journey to learn from people who know more than me – which is pretty much everyone – so I got a long list of people to talk to and learn from, many of whom I have not met yet but will play a profound role in my growth and understanding of this game we call life!
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About Dana Hilts
Father to three daughters, husband to his wife for over 20 years. Enjoys staying active and growing as a person, husband and father everyday. And he is constantly fascinated by people’s journeys and their stories!
“The podcast is “The Dad Who Knows Nothing” – which I could not think of a better way to describe who I am and my approach to learning. I recently embarked on a year-long personal improvement journey to be better – physically, mentally, and emotionally. One of the paths this journey has taken me to is to embrace learning in all forms. As many have said, a setback is only a failure if you don’t learn.
I love to learn and there are so many experts out there that know so much more than me about all kinds of subjects. I want to learn from these people. I am fascinated by their journeys to their chosen skill or profession. James Thurber once said, “It is better to know some of the questions than all of the answers”, so I started this podcast to hopefully ask the right questions. I cannot wait to see where this journey takes me, and I would love for you to be a part of it!” – Dana Hilts
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I’m Alex. I’m a dad to 4, husband, an entrepreneur and an information junkie. I am a passionate guy — I love business and I really love helping business owners turn their passions into profits. I’ve spent the last 12+ years helping clients advance their businesses and brands through dynamic interactive marketing campaigns. I always welcome a challenge and am relentless in the pursuit of innovative marketing strategies that actually work.