Hi there, I'm glad you are here. I've been a business coach and consultant for quite a while now.  As a professional, I've helped organizations implement company-wide projects in addition to holding a variety of engineering roles to either ship product or implement new hardware.

As a business consultant, I have helped small firms identify new markets, build business plans, create processes, and translate vision statements into measurable actions. As a business coach, I've helped entrepreneurs and small business owners remove limiting beliefs and other personal roadblocks that kept them stuck in unproductive cycles of inaction and action.

Business is something I've been fascinated about since middle school. I was tickled as a child to learn my great-grandfather had owned a small store in downtown El Paso. He was frail and sick by the time I met him so I never got the chance to ask him how and why he went into business for himself. But that didn't stop me from imagining having a business experience of my own.

As an adult, I've read a lot about business and taken oh, so many courses on running a business, sales, and finding a niche. Like my clients, it wasn't the structure of the business that I didn't understand. There were plenty of people who could help me with things like marketing, credit card processing, accounting, and vision statements.

I seemed to have a different problem. As a creative my question was more about how I could express myself in business. It seemed to be an unspoken value of mine to have the business express something uniquely me. And when I was settling for something else, that little voice inside stopped me from going any further telling me I was somehow missing the mark. So regardless of what I chose to do as a business owner, if it didn't somehow represent what was important to me as a human being, it was always doomed to fail.

Unfortunately, there didn't seem to be any books written to help someone like me go beyond simply finding my passion, so I embarked on a very long journey to get to know myself better. Maybe there was something wrong I could fix, I thought.

And as I got more aligned, I was able to help friends and peers get aligned, too. In the early days of coaching, I used what I learned from my studies of NLP, hypnosis, and outcomes of many personality and career tests to help them get to know their business selves at a deeper level.

Over the years I've learned that it's not so much what we do that leaves us unsatisfied but it's more about how we're doing it and how we feel about its impact on others that makes our heart and business sing.

These days I am using one of the best technologies we have to help people align the inside of themselves with the outside world - mindfulness. When these two experiences merge and continue to inform each other,  business activity becomes less effortful and more rewarding for both the business owner and their clients.

My clients now get the benefit of not only getting up and running quicker but find themselves building a sustainable business attuned to both the inner and outer worlds of their experience.

I believe business is simply an expression of the individual's innermost creativity. It's time to express yours.