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Be a Better Dad Today!

RM 42.90

By: Gregory Slayton, Charles Colson

Revell / 2012 / Paperback

Product Description

Be a Better Dad Today! is a global bestseller for a reason: it's one of the best books on fatherhood you will ever read. Warmly endorsed by dozens of America's best-known and most respected fathers, the book lays out the "Ten Tools of Fatherhood" that will help every dad who uses them. The book is the product of Slayton's thirty-year study of fatherhood on five different continents, his research, and his own experience raising four children with his wife of twenty-six years. Slayton's easy-to-read, friendly style makes it a fun read, and the many great real-life stories bring it to life. Be a Better Dad Today! is an inspirational, encouraging, and down-to-earth guidebook for every father who wants to be a better dad--for his family's sake and his own. With humor, empathy, common sense, and engaging stories, Slayton reveals proven and powerful tools and techniques that will help every dad fulfill his God-given responsibilities. Whether parenting younger or older kids, boys or girls, blended families or as a single dad (or even as a father-to-be), readers will find wise insights and practical, doable action steps for becoming the best dad they can be. The book makes a great gift for Father's Day, Christmas, birthdays, or any day. And since the Slaytons are dedicating 100 percent of all royalties from the book to fatherhood and family charities serving the US Military and at-risk families, your purchase will a blessing to the fathers and families who serve our nation every day.

Product Information

Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Revell
Publication Date: 2012
Dimensions: 5.5 X 0.8 X 8.5 (inches)
ISBN: 0830762078
ISBN-13: 9780830762071

Publisher's Description

Father of four Gregory W. Slayton doesn't beat around the bush when it comes to being a dad: "Not only does the future of civilization depend on how we do our job (and that is no exaggeration), but also our children's future, our family's future and our own future depend on it as well." Be a Better Dad Today! is an inspirational and practical guidebook that will show you how to become the best dad you can be-for your family's sake as well as your own. With humor, empathy, common sense, tough talk and engaging stories from his personal experience, Slayton reveals user-friendly, simple-but-never-simplistic tools that will help you fulfill your God-given responsibilities. In addition to the "Ten Tools of Fatherhood," this book includes a plan to help you create a "Noble Family Vision," which will guide your parenting decisions over the short and long term. Whether you have younger of older kids, boys or girls, or whether you have been married for twenty years, are a single dad or are heading up a newly blended family, you will find wise insights and practical, doable action for steps for becoming the best father you can be!.

Author Bio

The Honorable Gregory Winston Slayton is an American author, businessman, diplomat, philanthropist and professor, but, more importantly, a father of four great kids. Born in Ohio, he grew up without a real father and then travelled the world studying fathers and fatherhood on five continents. Gregory now resides in Hanover, New Hampshire, with  his wife and children. He is the managing director of Slayton Capitol, teaches on occasion at Dartmouth, Harvard and Standford, and is also a Distinguished Visiting Professor of Leadership at UIBE Business School in Beijing, China.

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