Are You Managing Or LEADING Your Son?


Pat Boone here. 

Am I making a bold claim above?  I don’t think so.

We both know that parenting is a hard job; it takes guts and determination.  Like managing a business or leading an army, there is a strategy for parents to raise confident, noble sons.

I love the word “noble” because it means so many things depending on the context;  gentle, refined, chivalrous, bighearted, gracious, heroic, unselfish, clean, mannerly, trustworthy….and the list goes on

Would you believe me if I told you that it’s possible to confidently make consistent, solid decisions related to raising your son so you can finally get the good night’s sleep you deserve?

If you would like to learn more and connect with me, I invite you to:

I look forward to meeting you and hope we connect soon!

Typical Parenting

  • Hope / Wish things work out
  • React to situations
  • Do everything for our son
  • Teach our son
  • Manage our son

5D's Of Leading

  • DRINK IN (Learn)
  • DESIGN (Be proactive)
  • DELEGATE (Let THEM do)
  • DEVELOP (Coach)
  • DIRECT (Execute a vision)

What Can Parent Coaching Do For YOU?

  • Provide tools and techniques to manage pain and hurt caused by bad decisions
  • Create feelings of success rather than failure
  • Earn more money by becoming more valuable to your business or workplace
  • Build a solid relationship with your son while increasing YOUR confidence
  • Improve your overall mental, emotional, and physical health...and much more!

So What Do You Do Now That You Know The Possibilities?

Work With Me!

Unlock the secrets of leading your sons to become healthy, strong, successful men; all the while you gain new skills and confidence to lead your OWN healthy life.

Raising Confident Noble Sons

"Raising sons requires a village" is not far from the truth. Join me and parents all over the globe in my Facebook group Raising Confident Noble Sons.

Join the Edge of Manhood

Your son may need a sounding board or encouragement from others. I've created a Facebook group called The Edge of Manhood just for him. No moms allowed! 😉