I’ve been known as a leader and a businessman my entire life.
I was a financial planner and I worked for a church and created a program for refugees. I lived in China preparing leaders for international relations. I’ve been a professor of finance and a Lieutenant Commander in the Navy Reserves.
I’m known for my work with refugees, where I created a school that has taught over 2,000 people English and cultural assimilation.
As a professor of finance, I’ve taught hundreds of students how to get out of debt, manage their money and invest.
As a public speaker and teacher, I have written curriculum and have spoken to thousands of people inspiring them to dream big and move their lives towards their full potential.
And as a Lieutenant Commander, I am a Chaplain that has worked with people who are struggling from PTSD, domestic violence, depression and suicidal thoughts.
I’m known for three things
I’ve been highly creative and ambitious my entire life, it’s why I’ve done such extraordinary things, but the secret that most people don’t know about me is that I was driven by a belief that if I just worked harder and did more I’d finally accomplish something, or even worse, the one that’s harder for me to share is if I just worked hard enough or did more I’d finally get approval from my supervisor.
Over time because of my success I got trapped. When situations got worse I continued to hold on hoping that one day they’d finally turn around and get better. While in this trap, I started to believe that I wasn’t enough, and I became less creative and timid to take risks because now I had other things like a family to take care of or income to provide.
In my frustration, I discovered the courage to make one major decision and it changed my entire world.
I am a coach, a chaplain, a teacher and professor. People come to work with me because they are highly creative and extremely ambitious and they live from their values.
If that is you, you and I should have a conversation – Call Me!