Rad Dad Podcast with Kirill Zubovsky

Rad Dad Podcast with Kirill Zubovsky

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Rad Dad show is a series of interviews with successful parents who are changing the world, while also raising a family. Hear their stories, and find something that works for you. Hosted by Kirill Zubovsky.


Jason Calacanis - Entrepreneur turned angel Investor shares his insight about success, hard work, education, and the future.
Mar 23 • 66 min
Nathan Kontny
Mar 21 • 68 min
Raising kids could be daunting, or it could ba lot of fun. Nathan is a startups founder and a dad who is making the best of every opportunity. We talk about his family, his work, and how the two intertwine to create a happy and healthy lifestyle.
Code Story Noah Labhart : Startups and kids, paying the bills, work-life harmony, and how to have it all.
Mar 11 • 29 min
Noah Labhart is the CTO & Co-Founder of Veryable, an on-demand labor marketplace for manufacturing, logistics, and warehousing. He is also the Founder & CEO of Touchtap, a digital solutions studio. A dad of three, he also finds time to interview tech…
Get paid to have fun - Life of an influencer - Roberto from The Expeditioners
Feb 25 • 31 min
Roberto from the Expeditioners is the dad many wish they could be. Instead of holding a steady job, he and his family are busy traveling the world, taking gorgeous photos for brands that pay for his living. Roberto is fit and happy, and is not concerned…
Before and After of having a baby - Anthony Armendariz - Partner and Head of Design at Funsize
Dec 17, 2019 • 69 min
Anthony Armendariz is a founder and partner at Funsize, a creative design agency which he started with his wife Natalie. They spent years being laser focused on business, working day and night to see it grow in a company that can now count Facebook,…
Jonathan Sposato
Nov 5, 2019 • 64 min
Jonathan Sposato is a Seattle entrepreneur, investors, and a community activist. He is a chairman of Geekwire.com and Picmonkey.com We talk about his childhood and what it was like to be growing up in a mixed family, in a time and place when that was…
Stefan Weitz on the importance of travel, relationships, and the pursuit of happiness.
Oct 30, 2019 • 52 min
How do you teach a child to learn a new language? You don’t! Instead, you get her excited about learning, and one day she does it herself. The she goes to Yale. Stefan Weitz is the founder of Jetson Seasonal Probiotics and today he explains how to be a…
How can you launch 80 side projects and still have a family? Interview with Mubs Iqbal.
Sep 30, 2019 • 38 min
Mubashar Iqbal is a developer, dad, and a maker who just cannot stop creating products on the internet. He is the guy behind Pod Hunt, Product News, Practical MVP and quite literally, 80 other projects. Some of them sold, some shut down, and some are…
Jason Schuller. Press75 and how a WordPress theme set an entrepreneurial journey in motion.
Aug 14, 2019 • 53 min
Jason Schuller is a dad, a husband, and the founder of Press75, a WordPress theme company that he started in frustration, when a consulting client decided to skip paying the bills. That incident caught fire and set Jason on an entrepreneurial journey full…
🧙‍♂️ Vin Thomas. Creativity and teaching children entrepreneurship from young age.
Mar 23, 2019 • 64 min
Vin is a entrepreneur and a family man. We talk about kids, marriage, divorce, time management and setting client expectations, mental and physical health, depression, counseling, diet and exercise and more.
📈 Vlad Magdalin. Webflow and the future of software on the internet.
Mar 6, 2019 • 74 min
Can you have a family, a successful company making millions of dollars in annual revenue, and do it all at your own pace, with a remote office company, while having a life that you want to live? Vlad sure can, and we think you can too. Life is too short…
🚍 Drew Wilson. In an RV around the world.
Feb 5, 2019 • 54 min
One day, needing a break from his entrepreneur endeavors, Drew rented an RV and took his entire family on a trip around the United States, for a whole year. This is his story.
🦄 Bryce Roberts. Indie.vc - Playing the game of life.
Jan 25, 2019 • 60 min
Bryce is the founder of Indie.vc, an investment fund focused on revenue over crazy growth. Fueled by his own desire to do things differently, Bryce lives in Salt Lake City, works from home, and while working hard also finds the time to be a hands-on dad,…
🎯 Jason Preston on startups, kids, and making a Dent in the universe.
Jan 14, 2019 • 66 min
Jason is a co-founder of Dent The Future, a community of entrepreneurs, executives, and creatives who are driven to “put a dent in the universe.” We talk about startup journey and how to manage a creative job while raising two kids.
🌮 Roel Williams. Surviving foster care.
Nov 21, 2018 • 69 min
Roel is a friend who spent most of his childhood in foster care. Before talking to him, I was completely unaware of kids in these situations, and wanted to share to make sure that others get a chance to learn something new. By the way, even the foster mom…
👩‍🌾 Emily Campbell. Joys and challenges of raising a family in rural America.
Nov 8, 2018 • 68 min
Emily Campbell is a product designer based out of Moab, Utah where she lives with her husband and three kids. She makes the money, he plays with the kids, and together they are having an adventure of a lifetime.
🏕️ Michael FitzGerald. A novelist turned CEO and what it takes to have a startup in Montana.
Oct 20, 2018 • 111 min
Michael FitzGerald is the CEO of Submittable.com, a Missoula based company that helps businesses to accept, review, and make decisions on applications and documents, all in one place. They are like Dropbox with a purpose, and their clients include Nike,…
📽️ Adam Lisagor. How one Sandwich video caused millions.
Sep 12, 2018 • 64 min
One day a film student from NYU changed advertising forever. In a few short months Adam became the man who did it all - he was producing, casting, directing and starring in for the ads of the most recognizable names in tech. Square, Airbnb, Airtable,…
💾 David Heinemeier Hansson on founding Ruby on Rails and Basecamp, and why it does not have to be crazy at work.
Sep 6, 2018 • 82 min
David Heinemeier Hansson is the founder of Ruby on Rails and co-founder and CTO of Basecamp. He is an outspoken defender of living a fulfilling life, and a true believer that it does not have to be crazy at work. When not writing code, David enjoys…
🖨️ Dan Shapiro. How a childhood obsession with lasers led to the founding of Glowforge.
Jul 12, 2018 • 47 min
How do you enable your kids to create rather than consume? If you are a serial entrepreneur like Dan Shapiro, the answer is clear - make a device that can cut through any material with lasers, then put it in every household in America. Shapiro got…
👨‍🔧 Aubrey Johnson. How to stress-test your business, and why homeschooling in the way of the future.
Jul 6, 2018 • 48 min
Aubrey is a full-time designer living in Charleston, South Carolina. He was named one of Business Insider’s Top 75 Designers in Technology and has worked for companies like Twilio, Authy, Science Inc., Color, Scoutzie and many others. While most people…
🐕 Greg Gottesman. How one person started a dog-hotel revolution.
Jul 2, 2018 • 52 min
Family life with three kids, the rising costs of education and where AI and machine learning will take us. Venture Capitalist Greg Gottesman shares business stories, as well as tips on parenting and education. It’s a blast!
📰 John Cook. Joys and challenging of starting GeekWire.
Jun 10, 2018 • 53 min
Eight years ago John co-founded GeekWire.com and had a kid at the same time - Although life hasn’t always been easy, the only thing he regrets is not doing both ealier in his life. Follow along and learn a bit about both entrepreneurship and parenting.
🏀 Zack Onisko. Distributed teams and their benefits on parenting and quality of life.
Jun 1, 2018 • 49 min
A Bay Area native, Zack is a successful entrepreneur, wizard of all things growth, and currently the CEO of a company called Dribbble. While some of his peers are busy cranking 14-hour days in the city, Zack is working with a fully distributed team, which…
🌆 Sean Grover. When Kids Call The Shots.
May 18, 2018 • 50 min
Sean Grover is a psychotherapist from New York City, dad of two children, and an author of the book When Kids Call The Shots. For 25 years Sean has been teaching parents how to embrace their challenges and to create a happy functioning family. If you…
👨‍🏫 Geoff Ralston. Startup founder and Y Combinator partner on the future of education and technology.
Apr 29, 2018 • 62 min
Geoff Ralston is a successful investor and entrepreneur, living in the heart of Silicon Valley. He founded Yahoo Mail, invested in hundreds of companies, and has seen dozens of successful exists. On this episode Kirill Zubovsky and Geoff Ralston discuss…
🍷 Aviel Ginzburg. Startup founder and a VC on raising a newborn baby while selling your company.
Apr 22, 2018 • 45 min
One wild weekend Aviel and friends churned through idea after idea until one of them stuck. Some years later, Simply Measured was acquired, just as Aviel was having a newborn baby. Hear his startup story and what it is like to be a new dad in a…
🔐 Giri Sreenivas. Helm founder questions the kind of world do we want to create for our children.
Apr 4, 2018 • 62 min
Son of an Indian immigrant family, Giri is a Stanford graduate and a co-founder of Privacy Labs, a local Bellevue Washington startup. We talk about raising two kids in the new world filled with devices, what his company is all about, why privacy is going…
🤓 Parker Thompson. On being @StartupLJackson, doing startups and raising a family in the most expensive city in the world.
Feb 20, 2018 • 68 min
Parker Thompson is a Silicon Valley founder turned VC, known to many in startup circles for his anonymous personality of Startup L. Jackson. Hear Parker’s story and advice on raising three kids in a fast-paced world of tech entrepreneurship, and how to…
🤘 Caspar Babypants - Raising kids and finding yourself at the same time.
Feb 3, 2018 • 50 min
Caspar Babypants is an adored Seattle-based musician and a songwriter. Previously known as the lead singer of The Presidents of the…
📚 Eric Koester. Professor who published a thousand books and why you should too.
Jan 29, 2018 • 70 min
What does a pie-eating contest have in common with parenting and creativity? Turns out, way more than you think. Listen to this lawyer-turned-entrepreneur talk about a radically new teaching philosophy you can apply to your kids today.
🍼 Mike Folden. Life and adventure with a newborn.
Jan 15, 2018 • 39 min
When Mike’s baby was born, they bought a camper van and headed to the wild. If you think that baby life means sitting at home, Mike is living evidence otherwise. Hear his story and get inspired.
🧔Matt Wallington. Dad’s journey through a difficult divorce and how to come out one top.
Jan 3, 2018 • 43 min
In this episode we talk to my friend Matt Wallington about his experiences of raising kids while at startups, then at Amazon, and how those impacted him, his kids and his marriage. We also talk about getting through a divorce, what to expect, and how to…
🌑 Oleksiy Kovyrin. Post-pardum depression in dads, how to spot and what to do about it.
Dec 17, 2017 • 36 min
When Oleksiy’s daughter was first born, he didn’t feel the love for his child. Quite the opposite, he felt that his daughter was a new source of problems. Full of this difficult thoughts and busy at work, he was unable to share them with anyone, even his…
🎨 Michael Parenteau. How to raise a family while pursuing your passion.
Dec 1, 2017 • 65 min
Creativity can lead to some pretty unexpected places. Throughout his life, Michael learned to achieve the impossible and now he is teaching his daughter how to do the same.
😎 Galen Ward. How to raise girls in a male-dominated world of tech entrepreneurship.
Dec 1, 2017 • 54 min
Galen Ward is a CEO of a tech company and a father of two awesome girls. Listen and learn how to share the labor of parenting with your partner and how to set your kids up for success from the young age.
👨‍✈️ Matt Shobe. How a team of founders made millions while raising their kids at the same time.
Dec 1, 2017 • 55 min
Matt Shobe is a father of 3 boys, a serial entrepreneur, a private pilot and a rad dad, who came to the Rad Dad podcast to talk about startups and what it takes to have a happy family while you are busy building a rocket ship.