BI 059: Daddy & Co. Robert Nickell I’m The Daddy
A few years ago, when I was preparing for the birth of my son, I hit every Southern California baby event possible. It was a combination of educating myself on raising a child and getting to know the different vendors and products out there. The one that stood out for me was Daddy Scrubs, the only vendor that focuses on the often overlooked partner in the birthing process, the dad. Robert “Daddy” Nickell is our first ever two time guest and his company just underwent a brand transformation from Daddy Scrubs to Daddy & Co.
If you are a fan of Robert, you will learn
What type of music does Robert love listening to?
Who are his two favorite singers from the genre?
What type of movie does Robert love watching?
Where is Robert’s favorite travel destination?
When we get down to business with Robert, you will learn
Why he considers himself a serial entrepreneur.
What happens when you focus on happiness?
What is the correlation between business and art?
What advice would Robert give someone wanting to leave their 9 to 5 job?
Does Robert fear failure?
What was the mindset to change a well known brand like Daddy Scrubs to Daddy & Co.?
What challenges did Robert face with his new television show, My Life as a Dad?
Why should we try to be comfortable with being uncomfortable?
What’s the difference with successful families and not so successful ones?
Finally, we wrap things up by throwing some curve balls to find what makes Robert unique.
Does Robert follow his passion or does what he’s good at and learn to love that?
Should everyone try to become an entrepreneur?
Who inspired Robert to take the entrepreneur journey?
Who does Robert want to meet?
What is Robert most passionate about?
Can passion be taught?
What makes for a better relationship? Opposites attract or two likes (similar people)?
Does he have any regrets?
What is Robert’s personal goal?
What is coming up next for Daddy & Co.?
What actor would Robert choose to play his role in a movie based on his life?
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