Certified John Maxwell Team Coach, Trainer, Teacher and Speaker at your service.
We are here to help you find gold!
Are your leadership teams and management burnt out, and looking to leave the organization?
Is there only "work" in teamwork?
Is it obvious that your team only knows how to spell teamwork? And, being a team is only a dream?
Is change management: the daily topic of discussion?
Perhaps it is time for a "master mind" session! Someone with virgin eyes, listening ears, and no premeditated thinking can offer guidance.
Have you grown tired of working, worrying, and working?
Have you made a business plan for your life?
What preparation have you made for your future? For your children's future?
Is everyone seeing the rest of the world on vacation except you?
Have you reveiwed your personal goals within the last five years?
How many completed personal goals have you realized in the last 3 years?
Are you digging for gold without goals?
Who calls you "mentor"?
How many call you mentor?
Who is your spiritual mentor?
Who is your mentor in relationships?
Who is your mentor in business matters?
How many hours per week do you dedicate to listening?
How many hours a week do you sit alone to reflect over your weekly activities and progress?
Do you have a lamenting process for the challenges that were not your favorite time consuming activities?
Have you wandered why there is relationship tension in the office, at home, at church?
Perhaps it is time to "know thyself"...
We do not tell you what to do and who to be.
We listen to you describe who you are, and we present tools and space for reflection.
Together, we agree upon guidance needed to be completely in the space where you desire.
In the background is a picture I took of Acacia trees while on a safari in Masai Mara, Kenya in August 2018. The Acacia tree is the most symbolic of trees in the continent of Africa. Acacia wood was the building material used to build: the arch of the covenant, the tabernacle, the table, the pillars of the tabernacle, the lamp stand, the altar, and the frame of the dwelling (Exodus chapters 25, 26, 27, 30, 35, 36, 37, 38, Deut, 10:3, and Isa. 41:19).
Moses did not depend upon his own knowledge to construct all these things but he solicited wisdom from God. The project was too big for one person so he "bridge the gap" with the 12 tribes of Jacob to help.
Sometimes we have the idea but need help with: which building materials are more effective for our foundation, what length should each piece be for cohesive solidarity, and what should we overlay these materials with to make them stand out and have greater perceived value?
Call us, we are here to help you "Bridge the Gap". 916-889-9185