BEING A DAD IS ONE OF THE BEST PARTS OF LIFE.
But, every father can also relate to at least one of these:
Feeling unprepared and uncertain when it comes to fatherhood.
The fear that you will make the same mistakes your dad did.
Not having a good father figure or male role models to look up to growing up.
Lacking community – no dad friends or a lack of depth in friendships with other fathers.
Relationship with your wife/partner is suffering since becoming a father.
Simply not knowing how to be a “good dad”.
Not having the time to do it all – work, relationship, fatherhood, self care.
No one to talk to who understands and can help.
Feeling like you aren’t doing good enough, and as a result, are messing up your children.
Fear of losing your family if they don’t do a good job or get it together.
Two years into fatherhood, with no shortage of difficulties – I’m proud to be leading the way I want to as a husband and a father.
Most importantly, I’m proud to be consciously modeling what it means to be a good man in this world for them. My relationship has never been stronger, and I have a clear vision for where I’m leading my family.
When I realized other men had the same questions and struggles as myself, I knew I needed to find a way to share the best, and most useful lessons I’ve learned from other husbands and fathers, and my own experiences as a dad.
With over 8 years of experience in men’s work, and an active leader for the past 4 – working with men both in person and virtually, 1 on 1 and in group settings, I’ve realized one thing.
We all want very similar things.
To be of service,
to be good at what we do,
and to leave an impactful
legacy for years to come.
By helping men clarify their vision, establish a clear plan, and commitments through accountability, I’ve had the opportunity to help hundreds of men create the life they’ve dreamed of.
Weekly Dads on Purpose Team Calls
Private Marco polo group for team communications and coach accessibility
Curriculum with exercises, videos, and information to help you enact practices that will improve your ability to handle the challenges of fatherhood.
BEING A DAD GETS TO LOOK LIKE:
Being seen for the hard work you are doing to be a good father, husband, and man.
The levity of laughing with other men as you share your day to day joys and difficulties.
Getting support and receiving guidance and distinctions on how to be a better father and husband.
Having the energy to show up 120% in other aspects of life including the pursuit of passions and your sense of purpose.
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE
Embody the man you need to be for your children.
Lead in your role of husband and father despite every challenge.
Envision and own a legacy that is worth showing up for.
Become a pillar for your family and community.