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huntingwildturkeys (2) I didn’t know the first thing about hunting turkeys on my first day in the woods, but I did have a good friend to get me started. Just a couple of days with him and I had enough info to strike out on my own. This book will empower any turkey hunter just like my mentor did years ago. Both novice and experienced hunters will benefit from this powerful book. Let it help you get ready for your next hunting trip. FYI “Will Hunt” is my pen name for my hunting books.

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ETC OvercameI wrote this book to share a mindset that has helped me reach a goal that I set long before my first child was born. That goal was to be a good father and have the evidence of well adjusted, respectful, engaged, goal oriented, self-governing, assertive, grateful, and considerate kids. To sum it up I wanted to be an effective father and end up with great kids. That was no small task considering the fact that I was a victim of child abuse. This is a book about overcoming. For those who also experienced an abusive childhood it will provide hope. Those without that to overcome will also be encouraged. All readers will be empowered. It is a win –win for parent and child alike!
I often get compliments on the behavior of my children. For example, people say they are polite, or engaging, or thankful, or assertive yet humble. I get positive remarks about their hand shake, their people skills, and their work ethic to name a few. Am I bragging? Yes, but I am not doing so because I think I am super special. I am just repeating what I have heard. More often than not I respond to those compliments with this statement – “I purchased the good child option at the hospital.” Of course, I say that in jest, but the entire time it is coming out of my mouth I am thinking that any father can do what I have done.
My kids are “easy to love,” and have been their entire life. They are my credentials. In fact, the way they have turned out is the very reason you should read this book. I wrote this book to empower fathers. I was an abused child and I share some of my story as an encouragement. For the person who also suffered an abusive childhood this book will be a beacon of hope. Anybody who had a great childhood will also be greatly encouraged because they have way less to overcome.
There is value in this book. Some of that value is in the form of tactics that I have used successfully. It is also present in the hope of overcoming which is a common theme throughout the book. The greatest value is found in an attitude that will empower fathers to be more effective. I wrote this book in hopes that grandparents would give it to their children to help those that they love. I want my own kids to read it for exactly that reason.

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EffectiveFatherGentle or firm? Sympathetic or unwavering? Compromise or remain steadfast? Do it for them or let them struggle? Protect or expose? Yes or no? There is a fine line that can be tough for a parent to navigate. Find clarity in this powerful little book!
I wrote this book to share a mindset that has helped me reach a goal that I set long before my first child was born. That goal was to be a good father and have the evidence of well adjusted, respectful, engaged, goal oriented, assertive, grateful, and considerate kids. To sum it up I wanted to be an effective father and end up with great kids.
I have been intentional about my effort as a parent and have gotten results that I am excited about. I make no guarantees because there are too many variables that I cannot control when it comes to another human being. Having said that, I am excited to share just one attitude that has empowered me as a father – the knowledge of when to be a shepherd and when to act like a rancher.

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I took my first deer on my second day in the woods and got really excited about hunting whitetail deer. The ironic HuntingWhitetailDeer (3)thing is that after that great start it took me eleven years to bag my next deer – eleven years of trying! I was frustrated to say the least, but I could not make myself quit because I loved being out there so much. That frustration is a thing of the past now and I have predictable success year after year. That success is due in large part to strategies that I share in this book. Within these pages are tactics that are empowering – tactics that will help any deer hunter get close to their quarry.

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It always saddens me when someone tells me that they do not hunt because of an unpleasant event they experienced HowtoIntroduceKidstoHunting (4)while hunting as a youngster. I usually hear comments about being too cold, or bored, or a gun that kicked them right out of the woods. I am saddened by the fact that their minds are closed to the possibility of hunting because of something that could have been prevented. Just a little oversight from a caring mentor could have brought about a completely different result. Am I saying that we can control the weather, or the deer sightings, or the recoil of a gun? No, but I am saying we can do things to make sure that our fledgling hunters get a chance at a better opinion of hunting. At least that is what I did with my two sons. Neither of my sons has ever been cold or bored in the woods, nor did they ever have a chance at firing a weapon they were no match for. I introduced them to hunting in a way that assured their enjoyment and future participation. How did I do it? I share that in the pages of this book. Thanks for honoring me with your attention.

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