If you had to tell your child just one story from your life, which one would it be and why?
What’s Your Story is a compelling, inspiring guide for dads and their children. In turns provocative and playful, it lays out a path for fathers to share their stories. The results can be momentous.
You see Mom for the first time—what happens next?
Is resilience something learned or something developed?
You’ve just had a perfect day—what happened?
If I could hear your voice telling me something every single morning I wake up and every night I go to bed, what would you say?
What’s Your Story fosters a powerful conversation between father and child. It encourages a dialogue that helps kids learn more about their dad—questions about their upbringing, belief systems and what stories they want to share with their family’s future generations. The authors offer a carefully crafted path designed to cultivate the sharing of a dad’s life stories and world view.
About the Authors:
Mike Lindstrom is a human behavior expert, professional speaker, author and coach. Mike began his journey in personal development in 1998 working alongside legendary speaker and author, Tony Robbins. Since then, Mike has personally coached thousands of professionals, athletes, celebrities, parents and even teenagers on communication, positive behavior and understanding personal motivations. Mike authored the popular communication book Men: 10 Secrets Every Woman Should Know from Two Guys That Do with co-author Dan Lier, and became a media expert in the areas of human behavior and communication. He appears as a guest expert on national television shows for HLN, Fox, CNN, The List, The Howard Stern Show, and VH1. He is also a contributing writer to many print and online publications. Mike is married to legal TV analyst Monica Lindstrom, and they live in Scottsdale, AZ with their two sons Rhett and Colt.
Vincent Staniforth is the author of Questions for my Father. He is a marketing professional with more than twenty years of experience in the USA and UK. He has worked for blue-chip companies in a wide variety of sectors. As the author of the first edition of Questions for My Father, Vincent was looking to crystallize the essence of his loss and frustration after the death of his father; the questions and narratives in the first edition represent his attempt to share his journey and provide a template for others to unlock their fathers’ stories. He has always believed that in this relationship dynamic, storytelling is an act of love.
In October 2014, after nineteen years living and working in the USA, Vincent moved with his wife back to England. He now lives and works in his hometown of Manchester, England.