My mission is to help people reach their full potential and achieve their ideal life through authentic adventures.
Chasing slow and steady change left me miserable and unfulfilled. My problems and life’s challenges didn’t come at me incrementally. So, why should my progress be forced to move at a snail’s pace?
I went on for years chasing this fantasy that if I improved by a few percent a day I would make great changes over time. The reality – I stagnated and meandered backward. Ultimately, I spent a lot of time being unfulfilled, stressed, and making excuses. Financial success didn’t help fix the problem. It took me drawing a line in the sand and making a firm commitment after I hit rock bottom.
I want you to think about time and just how important it really is. Imagine you have a watch. Instead of a normal watch – which counts in a never-ending circle – your watch counts down the hours remaining in your life.
- How would this affect your decision making day to day?
- How would you go about making changes?
- How would you prioritize the available paths towards your goals?
Death is a very real thing. When it comes down to it we just have to be honest with ourselves about the reality, sitting on your deathbed with regrets is not an option I find appealing.
I’m trying to get as much as I can out of this life. I plan to help as many people as possible reach their dreams in the shortest amount of time. I have dedicated my life to helping others heal from pain with my book “Turning Point: A powerful step-by-step guide to feeling better about yourself to reach your full potential”.
As a former executive and business owner, I’ve used my experience to help people build new companies and develop high-performance teams. One of the greatest feelings in the world is taking a company culture and turning into something that everyone can rally around and be a part of. Experiences like that get me out of bed in the morning. Making money is great, but what good are “things” if you aren’t changing lives and creating impactful experiences?
Working one-on-one with people has taught me so much about myself. Seeing the lights come on in someone’s eyes when all they want is to be inwardly happy is a feeling I really can’t put into words. I’m grateful every day that I’ve been gifted the ability to connect with people on a deeper level.
Through my life experience and past failures and successes, I’ve learned a great number of lessons, and every one of them is on full display for my clients. My only goal is to take people down the path that has led me towards inner peace, tremendous gratitude, professional fulfillment (in any job) and happiness.
Essential Skills for the Unique Challenges of
Pretending that what worked 20 years ago will work the same today is like whistling past the graveyard to keep your spirits up. Today and in the future success lines will be drawn by those that are able to escape the noise and push forward new ideas. The leaders of tomorrow will not be the ones staring at their phone and lazily shooting the breeze at happy hour every night.
If you’re looking to position yourself or your business for success, what matters is how you plan to live. Do you want to come out at the end completely mangled and unhealthy, or stronger and more resilient?
Creating a Sense of Purpose
Tapping into Potential
Developing Business Culture
Entrepreneurial Skills Development
Leadership Skills and Strategy
Personal Vision for My Life