The Journey Begins
I help frustrated executives take the leap into the bigger mission that’s calling them.
My clients see work and career as a spiritual journey. They want to make the world a better place, while creating an abundant life for themselves and their loved ones. Until now, they've followed all the rules and been very successful. But a healthy bottom line is no longer enough, and simply managing a business no longer excites them. A greater mission calls.
I understand. I spent more than 25 years in the corporate world, as a lawyer, a consultant, and an executive. I’ve helped some of the most innovative employers in law, consulting, health care, and financial services do things they’ve never done before. I'm grateful I was able to do meaningful work that I felt served an important societal purpose. But by the end, I knew that life within a corporation was no longer for me. I knew that I could help more people, at a deeper level, by being on my own.
"Becoming a leader is synonymous with becoming yourself. It is precisely that simple and also that difficult."
– Warren Bennis
After my corporate position was eliminated in 2016, I began creating a proprietary process, “Creating Extraordinary Futures,” that helps frustrated executives take the leap into the bigger mission that’s calling them. Drawing from both ancient wisdom traditions and modern neuroscience, CEF is now the basis of all my client work. Using it, I’ve helped executives expand or rework their businesses, create new roles, and in some cases, do something completely new.
Using a variation of the same process, I also help these executives create teams as committed as they are.
If you want to talk more about how this might work for you, please reach out to me at email@example.com or (970) 922-9272, or schedule time for a conversation online.
I look forward to speaking with you.
On August 2, 2016, everything changed for me. Because of a corporate restructuring, I suddenly went from a successful role at a leading financial services firm to not having a job. I didn’t know what was next. I only knew two things. I knew I didn’t want to be an employee again. And I knew I wanted to change people’s lives. I didn’t know exactly how I was going to do that. But I took the next step. And the next. And the next. And today, a little over two years later, I live in the mountains of Colorado and help amazing people see that they can change the world. And I continue to take the next step, day after day.