Day job/career: As an executive coach, author, speaker, and strategist, I aim to guide individuals and businesses in the pursuit of their ultimate success, significance, and legacy.
What is your hope for OCL? Having experienced first-hand the value of participating in an OCL class, it is my hope that the organization will grow exponentially, touching more and more lives in the hopes of creating a more caring world.
How do you most often find yourself using what you learned in CST? For me, the two areas of OCL which had the most impact were Non-verbals and Reflective Listening. I am now able to consistently be aware of my body positioning, facial expressions, and eye contact. The reflective listening skills have allowed me to remain more focused on understanding the message being delivered by those with whom I communicate.
What are three things that make you smile? My wife Tara, my twin granddaughters (The A-Team - Abigail and Audrey), and LSU football victories