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Who is Steve Anderson? He helps men be the best dads they can be in the moment by helping them create their own vision of the father they want to be and making sure they have the skills and strategies to make that vision a reality.

Yes Youth Coaching is a unique approach to youth empowerment work. Emma G’s all-new method uses songwriting and singing as tools to help young people identify, understand, and overcome their struggles, overwhelm, and trauma.

Steve Anderson is a coach for dads looking to be the best father they can be. His passion and the point of his practice, The Best Dad Program, is to give fathers the keys to unlock their relationships with their kids. Steve brings a lifetime of experience to his work and shares incredible insights in this interview from what he’s learned both as a son and a father himself, and also as a professional mentor. This one’s chock full of wisdom, and not just for dads. Anyone looking to have healthy, vibrant relationships with the people they love will find piles of gold in this episode. Enjoy!

Recognizing and addressing unhealthy relationships as a dad or parent can be tough. We want to foster healthy, strong connections with our kids, but it’s not always easy to know how.

This episode with Steve Anderson dives deep into the journey of building healthier relationships and becoming a better dad. Hosts Drew Soleyn and Ed Gough Jr. have a down-to-earth chat with Steve, who’s all about helping fathers raise confident and successful kids. 

Steve Anderson is married and has two sons. He is the former director of Boys to Men Mentoring Network of Minnesota, where he led national and international transformational weekends for boys. He has over ten years’ of experience working with men and boys, developing the emotional awareness and skills they need to reach their full potential. He also has over 20 years’ of experience teaching people how to be more effective communicators. He lived through his dad’s spectacular burnout as a teenager and works with fathers to help them avoid doing the same in their own lives. He is a certified professional coach with training in applied neuroscience.

In Episode 26 of our podcast, we welcome guest Coach Steve Anderson, a dedicated father coach who’s passionate about helping fathers be the best they can be. Steve shares his experiences and insights on fatherhood, discussing the challenges fathers face and the importance of being present and understanding for your children. He talks about the balance of guiding and advising, while also providing love and unconditional support. Steve also shares his unique perspective on fatherhood from his experience as a substitute teacher. This episode is a must-listen for any father seeking guidance or anyone interested in the complexities and rewards of fatherhood.

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