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Power Dads Wayne Parker

Power Dads

Wayne Parker

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ISBN : 9781634490108
Paperback
246 pages
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Fathers enter into the state of fatherhood without the proverbial owners manual for raising children. With great trepidation, they begin their journey with a little bit of faith and a lot of angst, knowing that what they do and fail to do willMoreFathers enter into the state of fatherhood without the proverbial owners manual for raising children. With great trepidation, they begin their journey with a little bit of faith and a lot of angst, knowing that what they do and fail to do will impact this new little life forever. The 10 power principles included in PowerDads are all about learning whats important in this role we call fatherhood and developing the skills to implement the power principles in every day parenting. Wayne Parkers PowerDads is a must read for any dad who wants to make a lasting impact on his kids. Wayne provides valuable wisdom that comes from decades of experience. Read, digest and implement these proven concepts in your family. - Michael A. Stelzner - CEO and Founder, Social Media Examiner & MyKidsAdventures.com Power Dads is a hands-on manual for all dads interested in learning how to be the best father possible in raising their children in todays complex world. A must read! - Lawrence Agresto - Author of A Fathers New Beginning ~ Wayne Parker may be a fatherhood guide by trade and title, but his insight clearly comes from his personal experience -- the good, the bad, the ugly, and the beautiful. Power Dads has incredibly useful suggestions for dads, clearly explained, organized, and supported by a wide range of research and wisdom, but the thumping heart of the book are engaging personal stories that inspired so many of these learnings. Parker has a generous and open-minded voice that says, been there, realized that, and invites all fathers in on the secrets. -- Joel Schwartzberg, essayist and author of The 40-Year-Old Version: Humoirs of a Divorced Dad and Small Things Considered: Moments form Manhood to Manilow