Slide West Point Graduation West Point Why Monk Coach You are a professional BIO When confronted with incredible odds, you remain focused on success. You face the unknown with confidence and inspire people to follow you and go beyond what others think is possible. You are a leader. I graduated from West Point and after military service spent several years as a Trappist monk. Monastic training gave me the tools to put the leadership training I received at West Point into practice during my 30 year business career. I served as President, COO, and SVP in high tech and have experience in startups as well as privately owned and publicly traded Fortune 500 companies. Over my career, I have led global teams totaling 200+ employees and P&L’s of $100 Million. As an executive advisor and coach. I am focused on working with professionals to achieve their goals through one-on-one executive coaching and advising services. I learned my craft in the trenches. My goal is to pass this on to you. Living as a monk in the Mountains of Colorado Boston College/
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What I Can Do For You

Growth: Setbacks are inevitable. The determination to rise above them defines you. We will work on your personal, business, and career growth objectives and chart paths to success.

Leadership: Your success is dependent on your ability to create leaders. How do you instill your vision in a team that can take it beyond its original scope and grow it to new heights? We will work together to make this a reality.

Core Values: Core Values makes you wake up excited. They are a key building block for success as a person and as a company. We will work on identifying your personal and corporate values and how to put them into practice.

Planning & Execution: Successful execution of plans requires agility and open mindedness. Your vision should not be hostage to shifting circumstances. We will work on making your vision both groundbreaking and achievable in the challenges in a rapidly evolving marketplace.

Mindfulness

St Benedict's Monastery, Snowmass Colorado

I became a Trappist monk following service as an Army officer. It was a life of silence with long hours of manual labor and meditation.  

After several months, the Abbott asked me: “Why were you called to the Monastery?”  I started answering with a long list of esoteric reasons.  He raised his hand and said: 

“You were invited to become free.” 

​Freedom is the essence of Mindfulness. Over the years, this practice has helped me as a husband, father, and a business executive.

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Mindfulness

St Benedict's Monastery, Snowmass Colorado

Mindfulness helps us see the world as it is.

I became a Trappist monk following service as an Army officer. It was a life of silence with long hours of manual labor and meditation.  

After several months, the Abbott asked me: “Why were you called to the Monastery?”  I started answering with a long list of esoteric reasons.  He raised his hand and said: 

“You were invited to become free.” 

​Freedom is the essence of Mindfulness. Over the years, this practice has helped me as a husband, father, and a business executive.

If this is interesting to you, click the link below and let's talk.

Book a Free Consultation

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