Boys Won't Be Boys (10th anniversary edition)

Plain, Powerful, Practical talk for men of all ages. 

 

The call to action and challenge for boys and men to live uncommon lives is loud. And the path, while not easy, has been clearly stated in the pages of this book. It is both a resource and roadmap for those ready to experience the adventure and rewards of being “Uncommon Men.”

 

Boys Won’t Be Boys includes chapters on:

Uncommon Foundation
Uncommon Swagger
Uncommon Friends
Uncommon  Reward

 

Uncommon is not how most people live their lives. It’s a path to greatness that only a few will find. But in this book, Tim Brown will challenge you to find that path, to rise above the Common world around you, and to live a truly successful life. With personal stories and practical advice, he will help you develop an Uncommon identity. He will show you how you can leave an Uncommon legacy. By following these principles, you can create the life you’ve always dreamed you would have. A life that is truly….Uncommon.

Reading this book] I’ve learned that there are a lot of different viewpoints to certain situations and I’ve learned that in certain areas in my life, whether it was something somebody shared or said [during the book discussion], made me realize there are areas in my life that can be worked on.
Tobias (13 yr old)
Participant of R Fathers MAD of Huntsville, AL

TESTIMONIALS ​

The first chapter really kicked it off with talking about being uncommon and actually putting in all the work that you need to put in to be responsible and handle your business.
King (15 yr old)
Participant of R Fathers MAD of Huntsville, AL
What this book has done to me as an individual was cause me to do some self-evaluation. Specifically, the chapter about uncommon character helped me to understand the importance of paying attention to myself and being more positive; not only helps me but those around me.
Jaden (16 yr old)
Participant of R Fathers MAD of Huntsville, AL
This book has taught me to have an open mind, take a look at myself and work on my flaws.
DJ (15 yr old)
Participant of R Fathers MAD of Huntsville, AL
[Reading this book] I learned that the long road is not always the easiest, but it is the better way in the end; not trying to take the easy way out.
Jordan (13 yr old)
Participant of R Fathers MAD of Huntsville, AL
This book showed me how to be more responsible; not giving in to peer pressure.
Tristan (15 yr old)
Participant of R Fathers MAD of Huntsville, AL

About The Author

Coach Tim Brown has taught students and trained mentors at schools throughout Central Ohio.

Former basketball coach turned 5th grade teacher and Instructional Assistance Resource for Columbus Public Schools, Tim Brown is committed to helping families prepare their children for a bright future.

Coach Brown conducts in-person classes for boys on living an UNCOMMON life. If you’d like to book him to speak to your group, click here.