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Keith Zafren, Author of How To Be A Great Dad: No Matter What Kind of Father You

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Men who want to be great dads love the stories Ketih Zafren tells, the practical tools he teaches and the personal coaching he offers. Keith learned first hand how to raise great kids and stay close to them no matter what. He is a very effective coach, helping 
C-suite exectuives (and other busy fathers) not to repeat mistakes their fathers made, instead to become deeply fulfilled and highly effective dads. He is an engaging speaker and writer who inspired fathers for 30 years from all walks of life, from executives to inmates, to become the dad their children need and want. Through his work as founder of The River Church Community, a founding board member and fatherhood trainer for The Prison Entrepreneurship Program and Defy Ventures, and now as foundfer of The Great Dads Project, Keith has touched thousands of lives.

As Captain of the rugby team, Keith won an NCAA National Champonship at UC Berkely where he graduated with honors and completed his undergraduate and graduate studies at Rhetoric. He earned an M.A. at Asbury Theological Seminary. His personal mission is to relentlessly pursue hiw own authenticity, healing, and growth, and to create peak expeirences that elevate and inspire dads toward self-awareness, receptivity, and transformation through his in-depth research, compelling writing, charismatic speaking, and supportive mentoring.

Keith brings his enthusiasm for personal transformation to dads-and moms-across the country through personal coaching, workshops, teleseminars, and his book How to be a Great Dad-No Matter What Kind of Father You Had. JD, Cal, and Kai, his three sons, wonderful healing gifts of his life, inspire his own father journey. 

  

 

 

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