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Hey, Dads–are you in way over your head, overwhelmed, and searching to make sense of the parenting journey?  Are you facing the biggest challenge of your life, yet realizing you’re isolated, and swimming in uncharted waters like you never have before? 

What would it be worth to you to step out of isolation, and have a brotherhood of fellow Dads who know exactly how hard it is right now?  What if when you fall, instead of wallowing in the shit, you had a family that would see the best in you–even when you couldn’t see it for yourself?

This is an invitation to do the personal work we need to do so that we show up as the Dad we wish had.

It’s a re-commitment to be the best version of ourselves for our children, and to pass on a legacy where we leave our children less of our worst and more of our best. In doing so, we create the space for our sons and daughters to receive our wisdom, and love, as we help them learn to navigate the world on their own.

Join the sons becoming fathers community

What is this program all about?

This is your invitation to stand in vulnerable braveness with some fellow Dads while we do some shadow work, reframe old narratives, and begin to heal your relationship with your father, yourself and your children, and in doing so, bravely heal three generations of yourself.

This is an invitation to rewrite the script.

This is an invitation to change everything.

Here’s what is included in our 5-week course: – Five two hour gatherings where I facilitate a process that will change how you relate to being a father and provide you the tools, support, and community that you need to show up differently as a Dad.  

– We meet weekly on Mondays from 5pm – 7pm Pacific.

– Kicks off April 25th and goes weekly until May 23rd.

– Includes a Private Facebook Group to connect, bond, and deepen relationships

I want to make this a no-brainer for you. Only $97. A special introductory rate for dedicated Gonzo Dads.

Basically, you get ten hours of access to me, plus the community, for about $10 an hour.

You know damn well you’ve spent more on less 🙂

We set aside two hours for our gatherings.  This is about creating a commitment window on your calendar that you set aside to become the father you wish you had.  There can be no stronger gift to your child than this.  It is a gift to yourself.  It is a gift to your partner.  Imagine how infinite the payback would be if put in the time to become the Dad that your child adores more than life itself?

And here’s the only question you need to ask yourself: If I commit to giving myself the space to do some healing, get my mojo back, reframe my relationship with being a father, and meet some cool Dads along the way, is that worth $97? 

I hope so.

Who else is struggling with not-enoughness? Who are you really when you stop shaming yourself? Where’s HE these days? Let’s get HIM back on board, so he can stand in his greatness as a role model his kids can be proud of.

If you’ve heard enough and want in, then click below to join, otherwise, keep reading and I’ll tell you more about what we’re up to.

If it's to be, it's up to me.

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The “Utter Fuckery” of Parenting

Part of the problem of modern parenting is that the stakes are so damn high.  We don’t want to mess up our kids, and we certainly don’t want to raise kids that grow up resenting their Dad.

What would your life have looked like if your Dad could have shown up the way he wanted to? 

For most of us, the answer is an easier life, better self-esteem, the capacity to love, a healthier relationship with our emotions, and the gift of not spending our lives chasing the healing of subsconscious wounds.  

There’s a lot of areas of my life I’m ok with making mistakes in. 

Messing up as a father to my kids isn’t one of them.  

This community is a lot of things, but at its root, joining our tribe is really nothing more than putting a stake in the ground that you’re prioritizing making conscious fathering a foundational piece of your DNA. 

I am passionate about gathering this community because as a father I know how much support we need, and let’s be honest, you’re likely realizing that the old ways aren’t serving you anymore–and they likely never did.

What are you going to spend $97 on that matters more than this?

Has becoming a Dad made burnout your default operating mode?

Imagine how you could show up in the rest of your life if you weren’t constantly stressed, overwhelmed and worried that you’re messing it all up?

What would it look like if owning your “Dadship” allowed you to integrate fatherhood into the wholeness of who you are versus feeling like it’s “one more” responsibility slapped on your back? 

When’s the last time you could breath, and just focus on you for a little bit? Catch your breath for a minute. Sit and rest. Let that constant anxious internal chatter just settle. And for probably the first time in a long time, actually connect with you?

Here’s one of those questions that might not feel good answering: in terms of how you’re currently showing up with your family, what has NOT prioritizing yourself cost you? See where I’m going with this?

If you don’t like your answers, then it’s time to step up.

Prioritize yourself.

Invest in yourself.

Choose how you will show up for your family, and get the support you need with fellow Dads that share your values! 

By now, I assume you’ve noticed that being a Dad doesn’t come with an Owner’s Manual?

It’s my belief that working on ourselves, healing our shit and learning how to master our emotions is the fastest and only guaranteed way to be the greatest Dad you can be. 

It’s a law of infinite returns. It can’t be any other way. That’s the legacy gift to your child that they will hold long after you leave this earth. You can’t bottle this shit for after you leave the earth, and you can’t take it with you.

It’s worth is bigger than words can capture, but you know exactly what I mean.

What if your Dad gave you more of his greatness and less of his wounds? What would your life have looked like? What’s that childhood scar you still carry around to this day? And how’s that affecting your parenting? 

It’s time for you to become the hero of your own story. You are already a hero in your child’s eyes. So let’s get your mojo back, and let’s stop walking around like a fallen warrior.

Imagine if You Became The
Dad You Wish You Had?

My Guarantee:

At the end of the day, here’s what you’re really buying for less than $100:

If you participate in this community (and we all know the you get in what you put out adage, so you gotta show up and play, but if you do), here’s my guarantee: you plunk down $97, I promise you that at the end of our initial journey, your relationship with your children, your partner, and most of all yourself, will be different and you will show up as a different Dad.

At some point you will notice your son or daughter say “I love you, Dad” and there’s just going to be something different about it this time.

And I can’t promise this, but my suspicion is that the energy is going to be a little different when you look in the mirror.

You’re a dad–there’s no getting out of it, so let’s get better at it, support each other, and have some laughs along the way. It’s going to get messy, I can promise you that.

(You know, like when we host the first Gonzo Parenting Dad Retreat in California wine country. What could go wrong? And see, you just got to be the first to find out about it!)

Would you have wished your dad had
this community when he was raising you?

Let’s think about it like this:

Pretend that you’re catching up on the porch with an old friend; the IPA’s are kicking in and he drops his guard. He shares with you about where and how he is struggling, and how he sometimes feels like he’s at his breaking point. He’s getting real vulnerable, and the more he tells you about what he is going through, the more you realize that it is exactly what you are going through too. You understand what your friend means, because you know exactly where and how he is hurting.

What if he mentioned there was this community for $97 that will help him to be better a Dad. And he could really use a friend in the group, a dude friend who gets him. Would you join?

If your answer was a “fuck yeah, I would,” number one, you’re a good friend and I’d like to meet you, but number two, then why wouldn’t you do it for yourself? 97 bucks. You know this is money well spent. 

Come join us.

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