The Dad's Edge

  • by Larry Hagner
  • Narrated by Chris Brinkley
  • 3 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Dad's Edge
If you could improve one area in your fatherhood journey, what would it be? What would it be like if you mastered not one, but several aspects of your dad journey all at once?
What would life be like if you improved your level of parenting patience, had better and deeper connections with your wife and kids, improved your relationships outside the immediate family, and all while mastering a good work/life balance? How would life be different if you did this?
Hello, I'm Larry Hagner and I'm a dad. I love being a dad. And I believe that being a dad is one of the most rewarding aspects of a man's life. However, being a father can humble you like nothing else can. There really is no roadmap. With so few resources out there for dads like us, I decided to create The Dad's Edge to help you as a dad to give you easy to implement techniques you can use to be your very best and enjoy your journey of fatherhood.
The Dad's Edge will help you:

Master work/life balance
Discover three techniques to improve and maintain a great connection with your kids
Improve the connection & intimacy with your spouse, no matter how busy you are
Improve your relationships outside the immediately family
Create positive relationships within the family
Uncover three easy ways to improve your patience short term and long term
Discover simple ways to show up big for your kids and be present in the moment
Thrive (not survive) your journey of fatherhood

If you can identify with one or more of these issues, I understand first hand. Every one of us struggles with these issues on our dad journey and now I've empowered you with some great strategies and a solid roadmap in The Dad's Edge so you can relax and feel confident you are "good dad focused" and nothing will stand in your way!


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 14-06-2016
  • Publisher: The Good Dad Project