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Mindset & Resilience

How To Be Average At Everything

During the past year I’ve said “no” to a lot. The reason? I’ve said “yes” to waaaaay too many things in the past. I’ve said “yes” to things like: Virtual coffee dates with anyone who wants to… with no filter around the purpose of the call. Discovery calls with prospects that aren’t a great fit. Producing content for a podcast, …

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Give Yourself More Time

How much time do you give yourself to believe new things? People are shocked when they hear that I spend months working on believing ONE new thing.

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“Successful” But Empty On The Inside

It’s been a while since I’ve felt inspired to write something. In fact, it’s been months! I could use the pandemic as an excuse but it’s deeper than that.  A fellow coach asked me an important question a few months ago. She said, “Michael, how come you’re not owning your story?” My first thought was, “What is she talking about?” […]

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How the Pandemic Changed My Coaching Business Forever

As 2020 draws to a close, I’ve been doing a lot of soul searching around the forced constraints of this year and how they’ve affected me as a coach and business builder. I love my work and I’d be lying if I told you there weren’t more than a few moments of serious concern and bouts of fear over the […]

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How I Made The Leap From Corporate Employee To Full-Time Coach

Something strange is happening. There seems to be a mass exodus of people abandoning their cushy jobs to reevaluate things and do work that’s more meaningful and flexible to their lifestyle desires. After many months of endless Zoom meetings, working from wherever you can find a quiet space in your house, and losing track of how many days you’ve worn […]

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There Is No Growth In Comfort

Happy New Year (about 3 weeks late!) Jill and I are about to leave for Africa for three weeks and my days have been filled with prep work for the big trip. Before I leave, I want to talk to you about the cost of comfort. I recognize there isn’t anything inherently bad about being comfortable or the desire to […]

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Accepting Life’s Challenges

Hey there! I’ve been pretty silent the past few months. The last time you heard from me was in early February when I reminisced about my days as a wildland firefighter. Since then, my beautiful and brave wife, Jill, was diagnosed with breast cancer, and there was a flurry of uncertainty, fear, resolve and then important decisions to be made. Just […]

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