As I laid on the asphalt, fighting for my life, I told myself that things would be different if I lived.
Spoiler alert: I ended up not dying.
During my recovery, I realized something—this whole “climbing the corporate ladder and chasing happiness” thing was making me miserable.
So, I decided to go back to acting like a human BEing and not a human DOer—I was now determined to become the wealthiest person I knew, but this time from the inside out.
Shifting into a stress-free mindset changed my life. In a few short years, I was not only the youngest member of my executive committee, but I was also responsible for $4 billion in revenue and a team of nearly a thousand sales professionals.
On top of that, I was living with the intention to become:
The best husband.
The best dad.
And the best leader that I—OB—could be.
These things helped me stay present, happy and grateful, even during my most challenging days.
Throughout my career, I’ve met so many people who have struggled like I did with their professional development. They didn’t know what to do or where to turn.
So, here I am—armed with wisdom and ready to stand by your side in the trenches.
I created The Pace Line Leadership Academy for people like you, because people like you have the ability to slay average.
And I know if you’re still reading, you aren’t average. You want more—just like I did, too.
Let’s get you to the point where you can be the wealthiest person you know.
Have fun storming the castle,