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7 Habits of highly effective dads!

Mohit Sawhney
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7 Habits of highly effective dads

My dad once asked me: “Now that you are a Dad yourself, would you bring up your children any differently than how I brought you up?” The question had me thinking… “Would I?” And if yes, then in what way would it be different? I did think, after all, that he’d done fine as a dad - in fact, I had always thought of him as my hero! But yes, it got me thinking…and thinking to the point that I actually penned down the 7 habits of highly effective dads – it is for all those dads out there who wish to do more their child…


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Atish Hajare

| Mar 10, 2017

H: Happiness - Happiness is the ultimate goal of our life. I think my son should get the impression that whatever actions and feelings come out from me is to achieve happiness of me, he and all of us with whom we are involved. I: Innocence must be preserved - Every action of our kids got Innocence , let him know that it's a pleasure to see him in that action and how beautiful the world become, just busy of that innocence. J: No to Jealousy - As a human nature, we may notice some kind of jealousy in us or surrounding . I should teach my child jealousy is good if we want to improve ourselves and if it is going to hurt someone then it's bad. Stop it and move away immediately.

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Aniruddha V Raut

| Feb 28, 2017

Very nice n more useful....

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Tejal Singh

| Feb 25, 2017

@Mohit- well written.

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Mohit Sawhney

| Feb 24, 2017

Is there anything else you'd add to the habits of highly effective dads? Will look forward to hearing your thoughts ..

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Sabari Paul

| Feb 23, 2017

beautiful and is a must do for every father

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