The Dad Connection: A Bridge to Your Children


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Floating Heart Press
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5.98 X 9.02 X 0.33 inches | 0.47 pounds
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About the Author

Scott Hanley has worn many hats throughout many decades of life. His role as a single father, committed to raising healthy, inquisitive, energetic young boys, may have been the most challenging but convincingly the most rewarding. As a professional building contractor with an exploding career, Scott was also a committed meditation practitioner using the practice to stay grounded and retain perspective. This journey as a single parent provides a wellspring of experience, advice, and know-how that he shares with his readers and audiences as he delivers talks and is heard on podcasts across the northwest and the country. He specializes in building deep and lasting relationships with love and respect at their base. He believes that most relationships can deepen and grow more meaningful when approached with a specific intent and commitment to building something great. This can happen between a child and their parent, a wife and husband, a brother and sister, or simply two friends. Every interaction is an opportunity. Scott has managed his own nationally successful Mobile 4-star restaurant in Cincinnati, OH, a construction company in Cambridge, MA, a design and remodeling business in Portland, Oregon, where he was honored with the Contractor of the Year award, all while raising two boys as a single dad. His experience and personality earned him guest appearances on the award-winning ABC affiliate morning talk show AM Northwest leading to a permanent role as one of the show's weekly celebrities. He added to his media work as The Project Pro on KPTV Good Day Oregon. Scott graduated from Indiana University and, included among his honors, was captain of the Hoosiers' nationally ranked rugby team and National All-Star selection his senior year. Scott currently lives with his family in Portland.