Here’s the skinny on me. I am a business coach and consultant with the Business Blueprint. I have never saved a baby from a burning building or scaled Mt. Everest. However, through years of running different operations I have an uncanny knack for seeing other business owner’s vision and putting that into an actionable plan for success. I love business and everything that comes with it.
After getting a degree in Economics, I then spent ten years in corporate America in banking and finance and another 2 years with a small private financial education firm, because of this experience I understand the working of big companies and small ones alike.
I have helped entrepreneurs become New York Times best sellers, get on the Inc. 500 list as well as other accomplishments. I love working on various projects and am persistent in achieving objectives.
This blog, Build Your Soul Purpose, was created because of my experience working for others (good and bad) and my own journey to finding my Soul Purpose. When you go out on your own, most people will say you are crazy. Build Your Soul Purpose is about building up and educating entrepreneurs as I believe that entrepreneurship is the purest form of expression of your Soul Purpose. Take a look around and leave a comment.
There are two ways that I engage business owners to make their business successful. The first is in working with professional business owners through a company called Freedom FastTrack, I have worked with over 100 professional business owners through the Business FastTrack program that I created. In addition to my work with professionals, I also create coaching programs and sales teams for other authors and thought leaders to expand their reach as well.
When I am not coaching or writing I, along with my wife and 4 cute little girls, live in Salt Lake City, Utah. When asked to describe myself, I will tell you that I am “funny, charming, interesting, and handsome,” all of which claims are highly questionable other than the first. I enjoy triathlons, sports, music, hanging out with family, and reading when I am not busy helping others capitalize on their potential.