Plain and simple, reading makes you smarter.
And how can you be smart about
fatherhood unless you are reading up on it?
Admiral H. McRaven addressed the graduating class of 2014 at the University of Texas at Austin, and used the slogan “What starts here changes the world”. His original speech went viral, and a book was born. Providing ten principles learned during Navy SEAL training, he takes basic lessons in life, and how they can change yourself for the better, hence then changing the world. It’s a timeless read that encourages you to never give up, as you grow through life.
From a spiritual perspective, Brian Young brings a guide to dads raising daughters. From the importance of having a Christ centered foundation, being intentional in getting to know your daughter through ensuring your daughter is living a life of purity, every chapter ending walks the reader through actionable steps in order to ensure they are a thriving girl dad.
Men have been trained to be competitions, to get to a certain status, drive a superior car, and get the wonderful woman, but when hard times come, there is nothing there to sustain them. There’s nothing there, because men didn’t work on the things that really make them strong. This book peers into one’s soul to uncover their pride and ego and shows men that there’s more to life than the crumbs of success.
Real stories and advice from dads from various backgrounds — military veterans, professional athletes, businessmen, TV personalities, and more. The author asked friends to write him a letter on “how to be a good dad”, and after receiving a number of responses, a few years later, The Dad Advice Project was born. Craig Kessler brings “words of wisdom from guys who love being dads”.
We’ve all made mistakes, as fathering our children often exposes what we may need to work on as parents. In his book, Ed Tandy McGlasson walks the reader through biblically backed principles on how to become the husband your wife has always dreamed of, how to be set free from past hurts, reconnecting with lost children, helping your children discover their destiny; and plenty more. It’s time to tap into the appropriate behaviors, heal old wounds, and become the man your family needs.
Yes, it’s important to make sound decisions, think clearly and take risks. However, it’s the qualities that you possess on the inside of you that determines how far you will go and how great of a leader you will become. Savage Leader helps you master your inner qualities by guiding you through 13 key principles that unlock the traits you need to be the leader waiting to come out of you.