In my world, every single Monday feels like a Friday afternoon.
I wake up each morning excited about my role in the world, and go to bed dreaming up new ways to lead, inspire, and make an impact in business and beyond.
I know that I’m using my genius to the fullest and making a visible impact — every day. And it is my sole purpose, as a performance strategist, to instill that same sensibility, that same approach, in my clients across a wide range of industries, through my writing, speaking engagements, and one-on-one sessions.
Today, I work with Fortune 500 companies and startups alike, helping business leaders reach their true potential and tap into an unending hunger for work—all while inspiring the people they work with to do the same. Following a corporate career with Capital One, Google, and IAC, I set out on my own entrepreneurial journey, and I now advise CEOs and other business leaders on leveraging their zone of genius and building the one habit that will maximize their impact and results.
I’ve traveled to nearly 40 countries around the world, on professional and personal adventures, and I’ve seen that work can be a personally fulfilling joyride: fun, freeing, and deeply rewarding. It certainly is for me. This is what I inspire business leaders to experience.
I’m not kidding. And I’m not exaggerating.
But I do have a secret weapon.
It’s a methodology I developed by tracking my own behavior, researching the social science, psychology and neuroscience of performance, and asking a lot of questions.
I call it The Genius Habit.
It’s all about making a bigger impact through a deeper understanding of your unique strengths and your purpose, and building the weekly habits that bring them to the surface and allow you to take almost any job and make it THE job for you.
Everyone has untapped potential. The key is to build the habits that allow it to be unleashed.
If you’ve ever wondered what makes your experience and expertise special, why you’re the one for the job, or why anyone should bother following in your leadership footsteps, you've come to the right place.
Through our time together, I've helped clients break through the biggest roadblocks and answer some of the toughest questions about their careers like...
What is my purpose in this world?
How do I know I'm really in the right job?
How can I stay inspired and fulfilled at work?
What is my ultimate work experience, and how can I proactively create it?
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Three Goals, Three Results
Why work with me? I find the answer lies in a simple, efficient, effective approach.
1. I will help you innovate how you work.
Through adopting The Genius Habit, you’ll discover how to make any position feel like the opportunity you’ve always sought. By using my proprietary tool, The Performance Tracker, you’ll track your performance, behaviors and thoughts so you can spend more time in the zone and build other key success habits such as joy, mindfulness and perseverance. When you master The Genius Habit, you’ll gain clarity about who you are and where you’re going so you can proactively create the career of your dreams.
2. I will identify your Zone of Genius® and create a strategy for how to leverage it in your job.
More than that, I also help you find the right language to talk about it with colleagues, clients, and others. Which means: No more deer-in-the-headlights panic at your next performance review or job interview. Just real, resonant confidence.
3. I am results- and data-driven and will improve your performance.
Confession: I get bored with anything that doesn’t produce immediate results. I like to keep things tangible, focused, and guided by data. My goal is for you to be able to do something immediately different as a by-product of our work together — and keep the momentum going. I’ll help you understand the specific behaviors and habits required to perform at a very high level in your chosen career by using a customized performance tracker that monitors your ability to tap into optimal performance and stay inspired and excited at work.
Simple. Efficient. Effective.
Create the work you’re meant to do — and the performance that can only come from you.
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