Michael Jr. is a comedian, author, and director. You’ll find him as a regular guest on television, at the most prestigious comedy clubs, and in front of live audiences at colleges across the country. Although Michael’s passion is comedy, he has also written a children’s book, The Parts We Play. Michael is happily married with five beautiful children.
During Dr. Meg’s travels as she speaks at live events, she often engages with great thought leaders about parenting and beyond. This episode features a conversation with Michael, Jr., a brilliant stand-up comedian and recently a children’s book author. They discuss the importance of making time to be a parent to your children.
0:00 – WELCOME
Before her backstage conversation, Dr. Meg talks about her guest, Michael, Jr.
2:08 – PARENTING RESOURCES
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2:31 – A CONVERSATION WITH MICHAEL JR. (PART 1)
Dr. Meg talks with Michael Jr. about the challenges of being a dad as he travels doing stand-up comedy.
12:10 – AD – SPRING OF LIFE-DAILY ENERGY
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13:16 – AD – PREP DISH
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14:44 – A CONVERSATION WITH MICHAEL JR. (PART 2)
Dr. Meg continues her conversation with Michael Jr. about the challenges of being a dad as he travels doing stand-up comedy.
24:40 – PARENT PEP RALLY
26:18 – CALL TO ACTION
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