• I'm on a mission to change the world from the inside out. My calling is to help you create a life you love - one that makes the world a better place just by the way you live it.

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  • Feel more energized & alive!

    My mission is to help you create a life you love, remove the blocks to aliveness and action, and make a difference you care about. Imagine a life where you:

  • Feel less stress!

    Feel a greater sense of peace and less tension and stress.

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    Love your work!

    Time for a career change? Find out how to feel more energized and alive in your career.

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  • Should we work together?

    Watch this short video and see if what I talk about speaks to you. What I describe in the video is the context for everything I help people do, including:

    • Stress management
    • Creating a passion-based career
    • Navigating challenging times
    • Creating a meaningful, impactful post-career life
    • Finding more meaning and purpose in your life


  • Individual coaching to help you get clarity, reduce stress, remove obstacles to action, stay focused and productive, and make a difference!

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  • High-value, low-fluff insights and action steps to help companies, organizations, and individuals feel more energized and alive, less stressed, and more resilient.

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  • Resources to help you feel more energized and alive, reduce stress, and navigate life's inevitable bumps and bruises.

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  • I often say, half in jest but entirely seriously, “I want to change the world – I just don’t want to do all the work.” What I really mean by that is that what inspires me more than anything is to be a catalyst for people to live lives they love that make the world a better place. 

    I am the author of three ebooks, The Occupational Adventure GuideThe Drive to Inner Peace, and 101 Ways to Get Wild About Work. My career passion insights have been quoted in newspapers across North America, included The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Canada’s Globe and Mail, the Boston Globe, and the Seattle Times. 

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