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How To Not Fail As A Father

How To Not Fail As A Girl-Dad

Published about 1 month ago • 2 min read

To all the dads with daughters…

As Girl-Dads, we are in a war for our daughters' hearts & souls. That may sound a bit dramatic, but if we look a little closer, I think it's entirely accurate.

The world is constantly trying to tell our daughters that they are not good enough. Our girls are being bombarded from all angles with the constant message of “You are not enough.”

As Alvin Price says, “Parents need to fill a child's bucket of self-esteem so high that the rest of the world can't poke enough holes to drain it dry.”

The world is poking a lot of holes right now... Are you filling her bucket of self-esteem faster than the world can empty it?

And in case you thought this was supposed to be easy... The only thing harder than becoming the dad your daughters deserve is witnessing the results of your failure to do so.

The consequences of us failing as girl-dad's are not fun to imagine.
And the number of times and the number of ways that our daughters are being told they are not enough is going to take a concerted effort on our part to battle.

The good news: I want to offer you FREE access to a Masterclass I recently did called “How To Not Fail As A Girl-Dad.”
I’ve put together everything I’ve learned about being a dad to daughters; the things that worked… the lessons learned from the things that didn’t…

This masterclass provides a framework of 10 rules that will set you on the path to building an incredible relationship with your daughter.

>>>Access the Masterclass for FREE (for a limited time) here.

Fair warning: it will only be free for the next 2 weeks, so if you want it, enroll now.


On a related note, you should check out Episode 99 of the podcast, "9 Ways To Make Your Kids Feel Valued & Respected"

>>>Listen on Spotify here.
>>>Or Apple Podcasts here.


Don't forget to secure your free access to the Masterclass... It is 72 minutes of information I wish I had before my daughters were born.

Remember: the best time to learn this information was before we became fathers. The second best time is now. Don't wait. It goes behind a paywall in 2 weeks...

If you could trade 72 minutes of your time to protect your daughter's future, would it be worth it?

>>>Register for the Masterclass here.

I'll end with one last quote, this one from Harper Lee: "She did not stand alone, but what stood behind her, the most potent moral force in her life, was the love of her father.”

P.S. When you're ready, there are 3 ways that I can help you:

  1. Book a FREE 45-Minute "Power Session" Trouble shoot, get some outside perspective on what you're struggling with, ask for advice or learn more about 1-on-1 coaching & the Men's Groups... This session is FREE with no strings attached. No hard-close sales pitch.
  2. Apply for one of the Men's Groups: Join a small group of men forming an environment of brotherhood & accountability to grow into uncommon men, husbands and fathers.
  3. Apply for 1-on-1 Coaching: Focused, personalized 1-on-1 attention and accountability to go deep on your inner journey with an experienced guide. Firm but caring accountability from another man is a game-changer.

How To Not Fail As A Father

by Locke Haman

Lessons, advice & perspectives from my mistakes as a father to challenge you & hold you accountable to becoming the Hero in your family's story, not the Villain.

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