Raising an Executive: Igniting Your Son's Inner Executive to Outperform His Peers and Continue Your Legacy
Raising An Executive is the ultimate kick-in-the-pants for prominent businessmen, politicians, and even pastors who should be spending more time with their sons.
If the thought of your son getting addicted to drugs, porn, or video games, having a teen pregnancy, or simply not wanting to be anything like his dad makes you sick to your stomach, then this book is for you.
This book will equip you with the tools and mindset you need in order to be both a successful businessman and father.
Get ready for some sensitive issues and painful adjustments. Both being an executive and raising one is not easy, but it’s worth every sacrifice.
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Dont Be Cool Be Respected
You Have Them By The Balls
The Irresistible Tush
The Charlie Brown Effect
A Balancing Act
Squeezing Soap to Make Executives
Leaving A Legacy An Economic Argument for
What I Recommend
Raising An Executive The Ultimate Mentorship
Concluding Remarks and Summary
About The Author
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