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  1. You will learn the three most common and distressing mistakes busy dads make.
  2. More importantly, you’ll learn what you can do to completely avoid them.
  3. You’ll leave the webinar feeling energized and inspired to make a difference in your children’s lives right after the call.

Fred Seivert on The Great Dads Project with Keith ZafrenKeith Zafren and his message to Dads (and indeed to all of us) is one sorely needed in this day and age of work related pressures that keep us from our families and often from our faith. He is an inspiration to me and will be to many as he gives all of us highly useful advice on how to better balance our lives and particularly our family relationships.

Fred Sievert – Retired President, New York Life Insurance Co., author, God Revealed

 

patrickI was introduced to Keith Zafren, author of How to be a Great Dad, just over a year ago, and since then he has had more of a positive effect on me as a Dad than he may know. He has been my “go to” coach when things got tough, and I am eternally grateful for his friendship, support and for being an amazing model for what a real Dad is.

Patrick McMillan — author An Exercise in Happiness, and From Father to Dad

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When Our Kids Amaze us

Have you had one of those moments when one of your kids amazed you with how grown up they seem, how articulate they are, or how mature they’ve become, as if you missed a few years of their development somehow? And there they are now, standing before you as a wonderful young man or woman. Where did the time go?

Who is this lovely creature?

I had that experience last May when my two oldest boys, JD and Cal, now sixteen and almost fifteen, went to their spring formal dressed in sport coats and ties. I looked at these two handsome young men in wonder. And truly they looked like men, and they carried themselves that way. I shook my head, and I felt so proud of them.

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I had that wonder-filled experience again a few weeks ago when a friend of mine, Dr. Lori, suggested she interview my youngest son, Kai, about an experience he and I had with one of my painting customers (I’m bi-vocational). She heard Kai tell the story earlier and thought it would be great for other dads to hear. They had so much fun planning it together, and the idea quickly grew to include several other subjects, all related to The Great Dads Project.

I shot the video, and stood there with my mouth hanging open most of the time. I could hardly believe this was my little twelve-year-old son still in braces. His thoughts, ideas, suggestions, insights, humor, and his way with words floored me. Seriously, this kid could be an actor. He was so comfortable on camera, and carried himself with such poise, grace, and presence. I’m not kidding. I know, I’m his dad, I’m bound to think he’s great. But seriously, check this out for yourself, and see if you don’t think he’s as great as I do. Enjoy.

 

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