Over the last few years, I have run a number of different experiments to see if I could work out the secret sauce to be a great dad. In particular, I ran experiments to see if I could work on my own patience, my own self-doubt and my own work-life balance issues.
Of course, many of those experiments failed dreadfully. Some of them ended in tears and screaming while others ended up making me feel like even more of a failure.
But to my surprise, some of my experiments actually worked. As I fine-tuned these strategies, I found that I went from being a complete moron dad to someone who now enjoys and celebrates my role as a father.
These strategies now allow me to have an amazingly close and connected relationship with my kids, they help my kids have total confidence and trust in their dad (me!) and they let me be a role model for my kids, despite my numerous flaws and failings!
In fact, as a result of these systems and strategies,
… I now look forward to going home after a hard day at work
… I find my relationship with my kids a source of strength for me
… and I finally feel like I’m good enough as a dad.
Soon other dads who saw the deep connection and relationship I had with my kids started to ask me what I was doing differently.
I shared my newfound strategies with them and I was even more surprised to see how well they worked for them too.
So I decided to put all of the information into a new book called, “Dad, Don’t Quit On Us – How to be the Father Your Kids Need You to Be While Still Being the Man You Want to Be”
If you’d like to have an amazing relationship with your kids, have a more fulfilling life at home and start being the man you know deep down that you are capable of being, then this is the book for you.
In fact, let me jump in and show you…