Do you want to be a better dad than your father was to you?
Have you ever thought that becoming the dad you want to be takes more time, energy, or patience than you have?
If so, then How to Be a Great Dad - No Matter What Kind of Father You Had is for you. It will teach you the highly effective skillset and essential mind-set you can easily master to become the dad you wished you'd had.
Your kids will love you more and become more successful in their lives when you learn the three simple, powerful skills this book teaches. You'll be amazed when you understand the impact fathers always make on their kids and inspired to leave the legacy you want not only for but also in them.
And you'll find help to make peace with your past with your dad.
"Keith's book is a game changer for me. Working through it is not for the faint of heart. I struggled big time, forgiving my father, and it changed my life. I love tools. Keith gave me tools to give to my children what they need from me - also a game changer. I knew some of the concepts, but Keith delivers, over delivers! If every man were to read this book it would change our world. Buy it, listen to it, do the work. It will rock your world." (Samuel)
Jack Canfield, cocreator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul brand and New York Times best seller of The Success Principles, writes: "I believe Keith's message is very important. I enthusiastically support him in his efforts to reach out to men everywhere, to help them heal and grow to become the great dads they long to be, and their children so desperately need them to be."
Keith reads the audiobook in his voice. He will guide you from start to finish, inspiring you to master the skillset and mind-set to become the dad you wish you'd had.
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"Keith Zafren is an inspiring guide on this adventure into the heart of fathering. [This book] will make you a better dad, and it may even help you forgive your own father for the mistakes he inevitably made." (Neil Chethik, executive director, The Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning; author, FatherLoss and VoiceMale)
Had the author stuck to the topic instead of bring Jesus into the conversation every five minutes he would have had a chance. Also - less anecdotal and more research would have been great.
Zafren seems really honest - and I believe he is. Frustratingly, like many books trying to be as long as possible, he feels the need to labour his points over and over and over. Fast forward is your friend.
This book needed to be edited.
The book is based on the 3 A's - affirmation, acceptance and affection. While there were too many the stories were nice.
This is a great book if you are a Christian and a father or a father and don't care about the religious overtones.
The book is full of strong stories. I loved listening to Keith. The fact that he reads his own book and adds emotions and some extra words make it really special.
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