I was named the Global Student Entrepreneur of the Year in 2006 after founding a business that exceeded $1 million in revenue while I was an undergraduate business major at Chapman University. We went on to exceed $50 million in revenue, shipped e-commerce orders to 177 countries, and employed over 200 people.
One of the best decisions I made was to invest in executive coaching for myself. It helped me achieve success in my efforts, both professionally and personally.
We all have our blind spots. It's a wise choice to invest in coaching to identify and address them. My passion is to help my fellow entrepreneurs define and achieve success in their lives! Coaching is how I do that.
"We all have blind spots. It's a courageous investment to identify and work on them."
My journey has been to discover purpose and meaning in work. The problem is that entrepreneurs are not taught how!
The sooner an entrepreneur can define success as more than financial metrics, the sooner they will find happiness and positive impact.
In my own journey as an entrepreneur, I've learned practices and techniques for self-awareness, self-discipline, and personal freedom.
My mission is to help you experience them for yourself too.