What in you needs to die to allow you to become the man you said you’d be?
It's time to change and take control. You get to define what's possible for you, and we're going to make damn sure you stick to your word. It's time to get to work. It's time to be the man you said you'd be.
I knew that if I was going to be the man I said I'd be and the man I knew I was called to be, everything had to change. And with one decision, everything did.
So what was the catalyst?
I was a "yes" man. I put affirmation ahead of myself and my family. I was a pastor for 12 years, a role that consumed my identity and took presidence over everything, including my personal health and relationships. I was working 80 hours a week, constantly showing up for EVERYONE except those who needed me most.
I was tired, overworked, and consumed by a role that defined me. You work so hard to be indespensible to your organization and then... POOF... it's gone.
I walked through a very public divorce that I didn't ask for, but that's part of the gig... There are certain bridges that, once you cross, spell out the end of a career. And so it did. I was left with the loss of two markers of identity: husband and pastor. "If I'm neither of these things, and I'm not useful anymore... who the hell am I?"
Couple that with a serious of unrelated tragedies and circumstances, something.... everything... needed to change. You get it.
So I got honest. I got accountable. I got focused.
Over the past 3 and a half years, I fought back; stacking on 30lbs of muscle and becoming a warrior. I've redefined who I am, what I stand for, and the man I will become. By honing skillsets I'd developed over 12 years of organizational leadership and development, along with leveling up with the right people, I've shaped my career around my passions. 4 successful businesses later and it's just the beginning. I confronted every demon and limiting belief in my life and cut them out at the root. I became 100% debt free and found love again.
I'm now in a place to show up powerfully as a man, and the call on my life is to help other men reclaim their purpose, passion, and power.
When we experience significant identity loss, due to whatever circumstance(s) might present themselves, life can seem hopeless. And while it is far easier to blame, self-protect, and hide... I am here to SHOW you that life can be better than ever on the other side of your hell.
This will NOT be easy, but this is not "hard"...it's just hard. This will take intentional work and you'll be confronted to take ownership.
I will be walking alongside you every step of the way along with a powerful band of brothers on a similar journey – pushing you and equipping you to show up as your most POWERFUL self.
It's time to take your power back and redefine what you believe is possible for your present and future. You've been letting someone else hold the pen of your life's story... it's time to take the pen back, turn the page, and begin a powerful new chapter.
I'm here to rattle the cage and give you the keys. It's up to you to let yourself out.
What to Expect
Powerful Daily Habits
Weekly Video Calls
Weekly Reading Assignments
Tailored Fitness & Nutrition
Daily Q&A Sessions
Weekly Actionable Assignments
Dedicated Private Community
Today is the day you look in the mirror and say...
I stopped running.
I stopped hiding.
I stopped lying to myself.
I stopped making excuses.
I stopped ________.
It's your journey. You fill in the blank.
If Nothing Changes.
On the left, I'm weak. I'm pushing myself through classes and courses to prove that I have the credentials and paper to "belong" in a community as a leader. I'm dressing the part because I didn't know who I was, what I wanted, or where life was going. I was lost. I was a victim. I blamed. I was Depressed. Anxious. Drinking. A week after this photo was taken, an ambulance would be called to our home because I was convulsing on a bathroom floor, drunk and poisoned.
I wasn't TRYING to be this way. I wasn't TRYING to hide. I wasn't TRYING to put everyone and everything before my family. I wasn't TRYING to self-sabotage. The pressure I put on myself to perform and nurture and "show up" for everyone, 24/7, left me anxious at night and, in turn, drove me to fill that void with perceived usefulness and working "harder."
You get it. Of course you get it.
I was lying.
I was lying to you.
I was lying to myself.
Let's fast forward...
On the right, a man who knows who he is and could care less if you approve. I understand my business is just that, mine. The guy on the left died a little over 3 years ago. I buried him, pushing through my own personal hell to come out the other side: stronger, focused, and successful. Now it's your turn... And I'm going to give you every tool, resource, accountable relationship, and the environment needed to take your life back.