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If you’re like many in my audience, you’re someone with a vision and desire to make the world a better place for having been here. You’re committed to succeeding at life by using your opportunities at work, at home, and in your community to serve others. You seek to be all you can be for a purpose higher than yourself. You want to move beyond the status quo and release your God-given potential.

But sometimes you lose your way. Maybe you’re overwhelmed with all the opportunities before you or have been worn down by life’s demands. There’s always too much to do with so little time. Perhaps the ones who mean the most to you get overlooked due to all your energies going into work and basic survival.

Does Any of This Sound Like You?

Let’s be honest:

  • Have you ever felt like you’ve lost your way?
  • Do you fear that you might be missing out on something greater?
  • Are you wondering how to truly make a difference in the lives of others?

If so, you’re not alone. We have all felt this way at one time or another.

I Certainly Know How You Feel

I know what it’s like to be in over my head—living under the tyranny of the urgent rather than focusing on the big picture. I’ve already sacrificed “best” by focusing on too many “good” things. Without knowing it, I’ve also taken others for granted, especially those I love most.

Midway through a ten-year stint of directing a non-profit organization I simply burned out. I didn’t know that “good is often the enemy of best”. I discovered that I had to slow down and evaluate the big picture before seeking to effect change around me. Rather than simply reacting to whatever was before me, I needed to understand ahead of time who I was and where to leverage my strengths for maximum impact. I had to learn to say “No” to some things so I could say “Yes” to the “best”.006

If you’re like me, that means keeping your focus on what’s most important—your faith, relationships, and ultimate contribution to the world in prioritized order.

My Products and Services

I’ve created a number of resources over the years that I’ve used to lead myself and pursue the life mission for which I was created. I am now offering that in the form of a comprehensive Purpose Statement Template that digs deep into who you are and what you’re called to do. I also have some really great books (including audio) and DVDs available at my Online Store (hosted by the REVERB NETWORK).

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Yes, you can discover your life purpose and achieve success. All it takes is your passion to apply what you’re learning and a coach to guide you. You provide the first, I’ll do my part with the second. Let’s get started.

What Others are Saying...

"I have to say again in all the leadership classes and growth seminars, this was by far the best I have ever had the privilege to be a part of.” -Doug Barnes, Walnut Creek Foods
“…from a business perspective this was one of the most enlightening seminars I have ever attended…” -Bob Allen, Managing Partner, Dale Carnegie Training of Central Ohio
“…most intriguing and captivating message I’ve ever heard…” -Student Evaluation, Perspectives Class @ LSU, 2011
“…I [was] changed and not simply challenged…” -Thomas Laborde
“…great investment for anyone desiring to strengthen their personal leadership skills…” -David Livingstone, Regional Manager of North-East & Mid-Atlantic RegionThe JESUS Film Project
“…high-energy presentation of the material was delightful, articulate, and profound…” I’ve used and appreciated Ken Blanchard’s well-known leadership resources for a good while. His Lead Like Jesus focus is second to none! And Luke Kuepfer’s high-energy presentation of the material was delightful, articulate, and profound! -Don Showalter, President of Hearts Alive!
“…inspired with the practical tools and resources offered…” -David Hocker
“The LLJ seminar was a worthwhile experience for the Choice Books “servants” as well as others who attended. At times it pushed us to the edge, and probably beyond our familiar comfort levels, reminding us that good leadership is being good servants.” -Simon Schrock, Executive Director of Choice Books