Usually, each week’s blog is about helping you be a better father. This one is too, but mostly I’m asking for your help…
Would you please take a few minutes to complete this survey about your fathering?
I’m certain that, while you’re helping us by providing feedback, the survey will also be an excellent exercise in reflecting on your fathering and will prove to be a “tune up” for you. In the past, when dads have helped us by completing a survey, many of them have come back and thanked us for the opportunity, because the questions challenged them as dads. You can take the survey right here.
Here are more details: At the Center, we believe that fathers matter and they are essential to a healthy future for families and culture, and over the past 20 years, we have done extensive polling to help us understand and reach fathers more effectively.
Right now, we’re in the middle of a major project that we’re really excited about. We’re creating an online tool that will help us reach and equip men by providing them with 1) valuable feedback about their fathering and then 2) a customized plan for their own journey as a dad.
One of the major steps in creating this tool has involved commissioning a study to assess the current status, behaviors and hopes of today’s fathers. We’re asking you (and your friends) to help us by providing new data.
Your feedback will provide us with numerous insights about fatherhood—the fundamentals, the challenges to overcome, the satisfaction it brings, the priorities of today’s dads, and so on. We’ll be reporting back to you on those findings in the coming months. And ultimately, this will help us in our continuing efforts to provide all fathers with insight and inspiration in their quest to become the best fathers they can be, creating a culture of Championship Fathering.
Will you be part of this project? If so, here are your simple Action Points for the week:
1. Take the survey yourself—right here. (As I said, you’ll be challenged.)
Thank you for your help!
Carey Casey is the CEO of the National Center for Fathering, a nonprofit organization dedicated to changing the culture of fathering in America by enlisting 6.5 million fathers who to make the Championship Fathering Commitment. NCF believes that every child needs a dad they can count on, and uses its resources to inspire and equip men to be the involved fathers, grandfathers and father figures their children need. Subscribe to his weekly email tip by clicking here: “Yes! I want tips on how to be a great dad who loves, coaches, mentors, and inspires my children.
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