I am just me. And as me, just being me, I can tell you that I have the attention span of a gnat, a voracious appetite for adventure, a mouth that curses like a sailor gone wrong, and an inner child that lives balls out.
I have screwed up a lot. I mean it. A LOT. I like this about me. It is what makes me a great friend and a great coach. Beyond the entertainment value, you know there is never any judgment. I have most likely been in your shoes. Not once will I say “I told you so…” I usually go in the opposite direction of well meaning advice from others. You will never hear that I have all the answers, because only you know your truth. All of my mistakes, whimsical decisions, and cracker jack choices are why I know a lot about how to pick your self back up and put yourself together, again.
“I have climbed the ladder of success wrong by wrong.”
– Mae West
It is called the art of turning inward. Each blunder offers us the opportunity to demonstrate that only the thoughts around what we are experiencing have the ability to perpetuate our suffering or set us free. This is why it is so important to ask really great questions; because in return, we get really great answers.
If I didn’t know these things, I would be dead. Seriously. Not getting it right the first time means that I got really good at practice and even better at practicing my practice.
If you want to uncover the catalyst that drives your behavior come sit next to me. I don’t know your answers, but I do have some blow your mind, no bullshit allowed, tools in my belt to assist you in becoming the navigator of your life.