Dads have 2 choices

I realized I had one of two choices when my son was born:

To be an example or to be a warning.

When you’re a father, you’re either a role model of what a well-lived life looks like. A life lived with passion, purpose, and service to others.

Or you’ll be a cautionary tale of what happens when you avoid and ignore your calling and instead live a life of mediocrity.

Our father figures were warnings of what not to be for many of us.

Intentional or not, they showed us what not to do. They showed us the causes and effects of not:

  • Saying an “attaboy” after doing something good.
  • Giving a hug
  • Taking ownership of their lives and pointing the finger at everyone except themselves.

Most men experience this and repeat the same mistake of their fathers. 

They become the very thing they hated most. 

But that doesn’t mean our kids have to watch and experience us repeating the cycle.

We can show them what it means to be a man. A leader. A man of service. A Servant Leader.

Fathers are the secret to showing kids how to:

  • Survive everyday problems without losing their cool.
  • Deal with difficult people.
  • Say and keep a promise.
  • How to show up as a man to their spouse, kids, and community. 

It’s our duty to show them how to be better men and leaders.

I’m curious. 

What is your son seeing right now?

Look man, if you’re not happy with the answer, I get it.

Hundreds of men, including myself, weren’t happy with our answer either.

And that’s a good thing because it means there’s still time for us to change.

We can still repair our relationship with ourselves and our kids.

We can still be the example of what a man is.

So they can see what it means to be a man.

If you try to do this alone, it could take years.

Or it can be done in less than a day with the Squire Program.

The Squire Program is a father and son experience that transforms young boys into men.

It’ll show them how to: 

  • Carry himself as a true masculine man.
  • Be a servant leader and protector to others.
  • Have clarity on his path and life purpose.

Most importantly, know what a man’s role is to their family, spouse, kids and community. This is something we’ve been missing over the past two decades.

I’ve seen this program transform timid boys into confident young men.

I’ve also seen this program empower fathers in raising their boys into confident and capable men.

This is some powerful stuff.

Look, I don’t know if this is right for you.

But if you want your son to be a confident, competent, and driven leader who can have an impact on the world, this is for you (and son).

There are only a few spots left for the January 15th class.

We also have a class happening in Maine in May and Austin in July.

Hurry before the last few spots are filled.

Be the example, not a warning with the Squire Program (click here)

Remember: Your son is watching you. Seeing if you’ll serve as an example of great humanity or a warning of a life wasted.

Live accordingly!

To your success,

Bedros