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Published on Nov 18, 2009
This simple story, told by a dad, takes the readers through an enchanting journey of heart-touching stories. Each story marks a professional dads journey to leave the corporate world to be a dad first. The book emphasizes the importance of taking responsibility in relationships and introduces the break-through concept of taking measure of your relationships.
During Arjun Sens days in the corporate world, a wise, rapid corporate stairclimbing friend told him, Arjun, in order to achieve bigger glories, one must make smaller sacrifices in life. It was clear he was referring to spending less time with family, not being there for childrens special moments, and similar small sacrifices in personal life. Now that Sen has learned the hard way, he is reaching out to tell him that you can have both.
Seeing his father-daughter future reduced to obligatory phone calls on birthdays and Fathers Day, Sen left corporate America. He started a home-based marketing consulting company in Denver, his 10-year-old daughters favorite city, named his daughter as manager, and began the journey of becoming a true father. Sen measures success differently today. His daughter Raka leaves for college in two years, and Sen believes his success is determined by the time he spends with her. This is a story of Raka using all her charm, patience, love, and caring nature to teach her father how to be a better dad and person.