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Short version: I've been all over the country with the primary goal of helping people get better. Better at leading, better at communicating, better at connecting, better at social media, better at telling their story.
Longer version: I have a new, best-selling book on how to achieve success that you can get here. I wrote a best-selling book on leadership that you can get here. I founded Fieldhouse Media to help college athletes, coaches and administrators be better on social media, and I'm helping leaders and teams create championship culture with Culture Wins, a division of GiANT Worldwide. I've presented and spoken on more than 250 college campuses and national conventions over the past 9 years. I've been quoted by places like ESPN, The New York Times and USA Today. I'm fueled by coffee, read a lot of books and run a lot of miles. I live in OKC with my incredible wife Megan, and my three boys Gabe, Noah and Asher.
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How I Can Help You
I've given more than 500 keynotes, presentations and workshops - from social media use to leadership, culture to communication - over the last 10 years. Whether a crowd of dozens or thousands (on a campus, conference or church), in person or virtual, I love bringing a combination of energy and practical application to an audience, helping them leave both entertained and with a plan to get better.
I work with leaders at every level - both 1:1 and in group settings - with a customized program to help them get as close to 100% health as possible, and then learn to multiply that leadership into their teams and families. An investment in you is an investment in everyone around you.
Culture is a competitive advantage. Most leaders talk about it, great leaders create it. I work with sports teams and organizations of all sizes to help implement a leadership operating system. It's a simple, scalable solution that impacts communication, influence, alignment execution and capacity, in order to build high-performing teams and a championship culture.
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