Monthly Archives: October 2015

#118 – Jim Silver – Toys, Tots, Pets, & More (TTPM)



The Life of Dad After Show - Episode 118 - Jim Silver - Toys, Tots, Pets, & More (TTPM)

Art Eddy and Ryan Hamilton look to help parents out there get the right gifts for their kids this holiday season. To do that the guys bring on Jim Silver, Editor-in-Chief of Toys, Tots, Pets, & More (TTPM).

Jim Silver is recognized as one of the preeminent experts in toys and play. Silver is CEO/editor-in-chief of Toys, Tots, Pets, & More (TTPM). TTPM is the #1 resource where consumers can research and find the best in toys, baby gear, pet products, kids electronics, & sporting goods,. TTPM is the only site that combines expert reviews (video and written) with live price comparison, sales notifications, one-click purchasing, and product availability at major retailers. The Shop for Kids app by TTPM is a free app that combines expert product reviews with real time price comparison, availability at major retailers, and one click purchasing and is #1 rated app in Apple App store in the toy category.

More than 30 years working in toys and play has enabled Jim Silver to forge relationships with industry leaders and influencers. These relationships provide Silver with the inside track for industry trends, news, and analysis.

Follow TTPM on Twitter @ttpm, Facebook, and TTPM.com.


#117 – Angus Nelson – Up In Your Business – Empowering People



The Life of Dad After Show - Episode 117 - Angus Nelson - Up In Your Business - Empowering People

Art Eddy and Ryan Hamilton bring on professional speaker, author, and leadership coach, Angus Nelson.

The guys talk with Angus about his Up In Your Business podcast as well as his work in helping others. Angus Nelson works with top executives from around the world and wants to help you with finding your purpose, to know that you’re not alone, whatever your struggle, and accept who you are and not who you think you “should” be.

Check out his personal family blog, Those Crazy Nelsons, where Angus and his wife, Samantha, document their nomadic travel lifestyle, when they decided to “trade their mortgage for memories” and find their true life’s path as a loving family.

Angus wants to help you discover intention, humility, and heaps of gratitude as well as lead from a place of abundance, fulfillment and impact, and communicate effectively. You can also purchase his book, Love’s Compass: How Do You Recover After a Lost Relationship.

Follow Angus Nelson on Twitter, Facebook, and AngusNelson.com.


#116 – Ali Khan – Cheap Eats – Bang for your Burger Buck



The Life of Dad After Show - Episode 116 - Ali Khan - Cheap Eats - Bang for your Burger Buck

Art Eddy and Ryan Hamilton talk about Ryan‘s speaking engagement at Type-A Parent Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, where he presented on a panel about podcasting.

Then the guys bring on Ali Khan, host of Cheap Eats on The Cooking Channel and creator of the foodie blog, Bang for your Burger Buck.

Ali talks to the guys about his passion for food, how he knew Ryan from back in the day, how his son likes certain foods, and making his dreams come true by getting his own foodie TV show.

Follow Ali Khan on Twitter, Facebook, and BangForYourBurgerBuck.com.


#115 – Alexander Rubinow – Original Productions



The Life of Dad After Show - Episode 115 - Alexander Rubinow - Original Productions

Ryan Hamilton talks to Art Eddy about his appearance on the BonBon Break LIVE Podcast with host Val Curtis (Editor in Chief, BonBon Break), who interviews Ryan about Life of Dad, DaddyDev, and more.

Then, the guys welcome a good friend of Life of Dad, a great father, and an Emmy-winning editor at Original ProductionsAlexander Rubinow.

Alexander Rubinow has over a decade worth of professional experience in both production and post-production. He has hundreds of on-screen credits, predominantly for his work in post-production on The History Channel series, Modern Mavels, and Discovery Channel hit reality show, Deadliest Catch.

Alexander talks to the guys about his passion for his job, how having a child changes everything in a good way, and the impact that filmmaker John Hughes has on him.

Check out his website at ARubinow.com