Most fathers today strive to be successful in their careers and to be loving, involved dads. It sometimes seems like an impossible tug-of-war. But it doesn’t have to be.

The Working Dad’s Survival Guide helps men understand they are not alone, and offers a series of concrete time and life management strategies that enable them to succeed in their careers while also being the present, involved fathers they always wanted to be.

Through personal stories and interviews with dozens of working dads, as well as actionable advice and useful self-assessment exercises, Scott Behson will help you feel more confident in succeeding in both parts of your life.

The Working Dad’s Survival Guide was an Amazon #1 best-seller for both fatherhood and career advice, also earning 4.8 out of 5 from twenty-nine readers/reviewers on Amazon. It is available in paperback, e-book and audio book format. Help in balancing fatherhood and your career is just a click away.

Here’s what people have to say about The Working Dad’s Survival Guide:

Finally! This is the book dads juggling work and family have been waiting for. Behson’s book is full of great insights, perspectives and advice that will help dads be more successful on all fronts.

– Brad Harrington, PhD, Executive Director of the Boston College Center for Work and Family

Cheers to Scott Behson for providing the 21st century working dad a roadmap for career and parenting success.

– Matt Schneider and Lance Somerfeld, Co-Founders, City Dads Group.

I wish I had this book when I was taking heat in the corporate world for being an active parent! The suggestions and exercises would have made a big difference, to both support the choices I was making, and help me build a community of other working dads so I would not feel alone.

Greg Marcus, author, Busting Your Corporate Idol and The Spiritual Practice of Good Actions

There’s no magic pill that will make you the best dad you can be. But with commitment, hard work, and Scott’s guidance, you’re well on your way.

– Armin Brott, author of The Expectant Father and The New Father: A Dad’s Guide to the First Year

Filled with the heart-felt voices of dozens of fathers struggling to juggle it all, Behson’s imminently practical book lays out new ways of thinking, and helpful exercises, tools and strategies for how to be successful both at work and at home. If you’re a working father who’s felt alone, the Survival Guide is truly that  – operating instructions to find your network and navigate this confusing yet exciting time.

– Brigid Schulte, author Overwhelmed: Work, Love and Play when No One has the Time

While the conversation of ‘leaning in’ and ‘opting out’ play out for women, Scott is blazing trails for men who want to participate more in their children’s lives and shift the consciousness of the business world.

– Charlie Capen, co-author, How to Be a Dad and The Guide to Baby Sleep Positions.

Scott Behson draws brilliantly from his life and research to provide the stories, tips, and tools we need to become the fathers we want to be.

– Jeremy Adam Smith, author of The Daddy Shift

With clear insights, examples and strategies, Behson breaks it down and enables each of us to reconstruct fatherhood as a deep and glorious connection to our kids.

– Michael Kimmel, PhD, author, Guyland: The Perilous World Where Boys Become Men

Scott’s recommended tools and strategies will not only help fathers but also ultimately help all parents find common ground and solutions to succeed at work and at home.

Emma Plumb, 1 Million for Work Flexibility

Behson’s book provides valuable, concise, practical information that will help so many dads balance their work and family lives.

Hogan Hilling, author, Dads Behaving Dadly