Four years after his wife’s suicide, Jason MacKenzie had his moment of reckoning. After yet another day of heavy drinking his daughter Melody, who was nine years old, looked him in the eye and told him she was disappointed in him. She found the courage to be honest with her dad and that finally gave him the courage to be honest with himself.
What he found was a man who was scared, uncertain, and didn’t believe in himself. In confronting and overcoming his demons, Jason has learned many profound lessons on what it means to be a strong, courageous, and wise father. These lessons are critically important and applicable to each and every one us. Why is no one teaching them to us?
Fathers often view vulnerability as weakness. Society has taught them to believe that understanding and showing their emotions are makes them weak. This has created generations of fathers who are unable to create deep and meaningful connections with themselves, their children, and the people in their lives. It’s tragic to see how many men and fathers never create their greatest impact.
The Dadly Book of Open tears up these outdated ideas and shows fathers how to master the art of vulnerability. By the time you are finished listening to this book you will understand:
- Vulnerability is the source of your greatest personal power
- How to create unbreakable relationships forged around what truly matters
- How to use the insights you have learned to serve others and create limitless opportunities
- Practical, actionable guidance on how to become the best dad, man and leader you can possibly be
- How to leave a legacy that your children will enthusiastically carry on