Who I work with:


I work with people who are visionaries and devote their efforts to what truly matters to them. People who are passionately making this world a better place and who are driven to have a wider and deeper impact as they are solving humanity’s grand challenges. They feel they still have more to give and create but at times get overwhelmed with by their big vision and the paradox of choice, making it hard to begin each new project.


They are extremely talented problem-solvers. Their bias to challenges means they often tend to avoid things – relationships, income, etc. – till they reach problem-solving status.


They are willing to be uncomfortable to get what they want – they’ve done so in the past and have already reaped the fruits of that in business, love and play. People who know risk-taking (moving into the direction of your fear) is just a fast-track of spectacular failures and incredible successes required to create the never-been-done-before they are now after.


People who are high achievers, always curious about where those so-called “limits” are – as they hardly ever seem to find them. And despite the admiration of those around you, it often doesn’t feel like you’ve ever had to work that hard for everything you’ve accomplished. Many of the highest-achieving people on the planet judge themselves for being ‘lazy’.


They have a bias to taking action. And it’s easy to feel the pressure of keeping up with their level of success.


They know they miss out on “the truth” because they’ve risen high in the ranks. Top performers in their field often have few people surrounding them who are willing to say what needs to be heard most.

Legacy builders 

People to whom their true legacy, the never-been-done-before, might still look “impossible”.


Who I don’t work with


Those who:

– sort of want to change

– are afraid to make mistakes

– complain and blame others

– aren’t committed to show up to each session fully engaged

– aren’t ready to work harder than me at their life

– aren’t okay with having feelings