Do you hope to become the dad you had (or wish you had) but don’t know how to do it?
Do you love your kids but don’t know quite how how to express it in a way that influences and is meaningful to them?
Do you want to feel that your fathering efforts make a difference?
Do you want to be a more effective father but you’re not sure what to do?
Do you desire for your kids to be successful and happy in their lives but you’re not sure how to lead them there?
Would you welcome some help expressing how much you love your kids and setting them up for success in their lives?
Download your Great Dad Assessment that will help you figure out where you are in the journey right now and begin to focus you on where you want to be.
We’ll also send you a Special Report that describes The Profound Impact of Fathers to inspire you and point you in the right direction right now!
If you are a father who registers today, as a SPECIAL BONUS, Keith Zafren, our founder, will spend 30 minutes on the phone with you personally for a “Become a Great Dad Coaching” call to find out how we can serve you best.
On your free ”Become a Great Dad Coaching” call, we’ll work together to:
Clarify your vision for what great relationships with your kids will look and feel like.
Work toward a 3-stage action plan for how to get there.
Uncover hidden challenges that may be sabotaging your ability to have the relationships you want with your children.
Inspire and motivate you to achieve the great relationships with your kids you desire.
WHAT OTHER DADS ARE SAYING ABOUT WORKING WITH KEITH:
Bobby Colombo, father of two, writes, Keith coached me for three years. He is an excellent teacher, and an even better father, as he leads by example. I have moved forward light years in my fathering skills because of what I’ve learned from Keith. On a daily basis, I put into practice the great things I learn from him with my 11-year old daughter and 8-year old son. And it really works! I can see the strategies I use bearing fruit. If you give coaching with Keith a try you will not be disappointed. After just a few minutes of his teaching, you’ll know that it is his special calling to help men become great dads.
Jon Lachelt, father of four, writes, As a friend of Keith’s, I would like people to know that his stories are genuine and not embellished or enhanced to make them more compelling. All of his advice is stuff that he puts into practice with his own children. I think the thing that makes Keith’s wisdom so compelling is that he graciously admits when he has made mistakes in his fathering. This makes it clear that each of us, full of our own faults, can succeed at this very difficult task of raising children. I especially appreciate that Keith is not just offering another admonition to be a better person. Rather he offers concrete, simple (not simplistic) actions that each man can take to establish powerful habits in his own life that will allow him to overcome his own past hurts and truly feed the souls of his children.
Of Keith’s book, Bill Meyer, father for three, writes, How to Be a Great Dad is superbly written and a gift for a generation of fathers and fathers-to-be. Keith delivers deep insights from his experience of raising three boys and from years of ministering to thousands of men, including incarcerated men with deep wounds from their experiences with their fathers. It’s been a long time since I was a child and saw the world like a child sees it. Keith’s examples show valuable insight into what children long for and why there are certain of their needs that only we as fathers can meet. He brings together years of research to identify the most important gifts we can give our kids, and provides valuable, practical tools to help put each into practice. If you’re a father, How to Be a Great Dad will help teach you and inspire you to be the best dad you can be. I’m sure I’ll refer back to it often.