I am not the coach for everyone. 

As Daniel Coyle notes in The Talent Code, 'Coaching is a long, intimate conversation, a series of signals and responses that move toward a shared goal. A coach’s true skill consists not in some universally applicable wisdom that he can communicate to all, but rather in the supple ability to locate the sweet spot on the edge of each individual student’s ability, and to send the right signals to help the student reach toward the right goal, over and over.'

I only work with people who are willing to get to that edge and are coachable enough to let me help them get past it. 

I invest in my people and I expect they will get a substantial return from their investment in me. 

It does not matter to me whether you are a man or a woman, where you are from or how old you are. What matters is how committed you are to the process and how badly you want to unlock your next level of performance in life, whatever that may look like. 

If you are at a stage in your life where you feel like something is missing, or you have veered off track and would like some guidance to get back on, or you are ready to step outside your comfort zone and start playing a bigger game in life, then I am the right person for you. 

It’s okay if you don’t fully believe in yourself and the impact you can make on the world when you come to me. I will believe for both of us, until you do too.