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The Five Key Habits of Smart Dads: The Secrets of Fast-Track Fathering

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This hardcover book has nearly 200 pages presenting an entertaining and practical look at fathering priorities.

Fathers in the 90s are waking up to their unique contributions to child development, and to the rewards of being much more than banker and disciplinarian. This book provides the insights needed to instill: key values and attitudes,balance career and fathering res

Hardcover, 189 pages
Published March 1st 1994 by Zondervan
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Jun 08, 2015 The Book Man rated it it was amazing
Lastly I realized that I’m enjoying a lot reading about ‘PARENTING’.
I know that there are some years ahead till I’ll be a partner and/or a daddy, but I believe there is never too LATE and/or there is never too EARLY to explore and learn more about becoming a successful father.

The author shares with the reader FIVE habits that smart dads should have.
I’m not going to write about these habits because I would love for you to read this book, but I’ll let you know just the fourth habit which obviousl
May 18, 2013 JP rated it liked it
It's useful reinforcement and has some worthy insights and an of real-life examples. I found the tire analogy a bit tiresome. The most powerful point he covers early (p.19-21). "A man in colonial America, for example, understood that he was responsible to [quoting words from bullet point format]: Provide for his family's material needs, model good citizenship by being politically informed and involved, educate his children and teach them a trade, understand theology and communicate absolute ...more
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