There is an unrealistic expectation that men are born knowing how to lead. With the decline of marriage and increase of broken families, it is more difficult to find men who can teach young men how to be leaders. This workbook serves as a tool to help men through the process of becoming a better leader and a better person all around. It is time that we, as men, become the fathers, husbands and advocates that our families and communities require us to be in order to uplift. This workbook serves as a tool to help men find their paths to becoming better leaders and men all around.