Raising children is one of the toughest jobs on Earth, but there’s no license or degree required to be a dad. That’s how today’s Achieve Your Goals guest, Larry Hagner, found himself the subject of his own experiment:The Good Dad Project. A father of four boys, Larry knows first-hand how difficult it can be to raise a family while maintaining your marriage/partnership/life and your sanity. Not just for dads, Larry’s perspective on life and crisis management is applicable to all walks of life.
Larry’s most recent book, The Dad’s Edge outlines nine simple ways to have unlimited patience, improved relationships, and positive lasting memories. We speak to him today about dealing with life’s curveballs, and why he decided to create The Good Dad Project.
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For more information on the Good Dad Project, visit GoodDadProject.com. You can also learn more and sign up for the upcoming Dad’s Retreat at http://frontrowfactor.com/dads/.
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