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“Handoff” Author Jeff Myers Says Dads Play
Crucial Mentoring Role

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As families focus on celebrating fatherhood on June 15, the author of a revolutionary new book urges parents to be intentional about leaving a legacy for the rising generation, which is facing a leadership crisis.

In “Handoff: The Only Way to Win the Race of Life,” leadership expert Dr. Jeff Myers explains how dads can eternally bless their kids through encouragement, and provides practical ways for them to help young people become culture-shaping leaders by unleashing their God-given gifts.

"A little-known secret about fathers is that many of them feel beat up. They see themselves as failures and struggle to know what is expected of them,” said Myers. “‘Handoff’ can give dads the skills they need to have an eternal impact.”

Relevant topics Myers can talk about include:

  • How to Stop Giving Advice and Start Having an Influence
  • Finding – and Sharing – the Meaning in Your Life Experiences
  • 14 Questions to Unleash the Potential of Those You Influence
  • 6 Steps to Building Trust with the Next Generation

Jeff Myers, president of Passing the Baton International, a ministry designed to train adults to equip the next generation of Christian leaders. He is chairman of the board for Colorado-based Summit Ministries, an organization dedicated to training future leaders to live out a biblical worldview. Myers is the author of seven books and three video coaching systems including “Understanding the Times” and “Secrets of Great Communicators.” He is a professor of leadership and communication and a sought-after speaker who addresses over 80,000 educators, business leaders and parents each year. He is also a father of four.


Available June 2-6 by request.


Published by Legacy Worldwide, “Handoff” is hardback and 170 pages. It retails for $12.99 and can be found on Amazon.com and www.handoffbook.com.


To schedule an interview with Jeff Myers or to request a review copy of “Handoff,” contact Julie Shultz at 972.267.1111 or [email protected].

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