What do you want to be, do, or have so badly that you’re willing to face, embrace, and endure your worst fears (failure, criticism, rejection, humiliation, etc.) to achieve?
(And if you haven’t achieved it yet, what fears are stopping you?)
I ask this important question to start because it’s one of the first questions I ask my clients when we start working together.
Take a moment to think about it.
Your personal answer is what I call your “Brave Work”.
And based on what I’ve learned through many coaching sessions, conversations, books, research, and my own life, it’s our Brave Work that will help us achieve our most intimate aspirations, bring the most fulfillment to our personal and professional lives, and contribute value to the world of today and tomorrow.
If you know what your Brave Work is, and are already working at it, then you’re on the right path. But it probably won’t surprise you that you’re the exception.
If you’re not yet doing your Brave Work, don’t be too hard on yourself. Because you’re part of the majority. Brave Work is transformative, tough, even terrifying work that few modern men are willing or able to tackle on their own.
Who I Work With
Every living organism feels some variation of fear to some degree or another. Healthy, life-preserving fear keeps us alive. But unhealthy, life-limiting fear keeps us from fully living. And the two often feel and appear annoyingly similar.
I work with men:
- who are ready and willing to do the heavy psychological and emotional lifting necessary to face and embrace the unhealthy fears that limit their quality of life, and who want a spotter to support them when the lifting is toughest.
- who might confidently rock fear in some areas of their life, but, get totally rocked by fear in other important areas, and who want to turn the tables on fear and build bravery in those important areas sooner than later.
- who know in their heart that they are here to discover and do their Brave Work, and who are willing and able to do whatever necessary to make it happen.
- who would much rather live a life full of regrettable actions than regrettable inactions.
If this sounds like you, then you are the kind of man I work with.
What to Expect
I won’t beat around the bush. Courage coaching with me will require you to get uncomfortable. Even very uncomfortable.
If you show up and do the work, expect to feel butterflies in your stomach often. Expect to feel internal resistance.
But you can also expect to get better at making those butterflies fly in formation instead of anywhere they please, whenever they please.
You can expect to break inertia, build momentum, and get accelerated results in important areas of your life where you’ve been resisting and procrastinating.
You can expect more clarity around the inner roadblocks that have stopped you and got you stuck in the past.
If you’re willing to be honest with me and yourself, and take action in spite of your fears, expect to make big shifts and real progress towards your desired results.
Once you officially make the leap, I’ll send you an in-depth intake survey to get to know you and your goals better. Even just completing this survey can help you get a deeper level of self-awareness, and identify the best steps in front of you for building bravery.
Your answers will help us co-create a customized program developed around your unique challenges and obstacles, strengths and abilities, and goals and aspirations, and will form the basis of our work together.
Investment (and what you get)
I only offer Courage Catalyst sessions (Intro Sessions) to new clients. The investment is $497 USD.
These sessions are 90 minutes and include an in-depth pre-session intake survey, 2 x 30 minute phone check-ins biweekly, and email support throughout the month.
If after this initial month you and I both feel we want to continue working together, we can create a customized coaching package that suits your needs and goals. Ongoing private coaching packages start at $2997 USD.
If this sounds like something you’re interested in test driving, complete this Coaching Inquiry Form and I’ll be in touch soon.
I made this page answering the most frequently asked questions I get about courage coaching.