Maximum Life become the tagline of life for my life about 4 years ago ... it was not a tragedy and some life altering event that saw the rise of Maximum Life. I was a successful professional who had experienced a great childhood and created the perception of a successful - well in the eyes of what the world defined as successful. Now, if I was successful shouldn't I be amazingly happy - there were areas of life where this was true, but overall I was at a point of frustration both personally and professionally.
How did work contribute? The work situation I found myself in 4 years ago was contributing to both personal and professional frustration in life as I strove to find my version of satisfaction. Looking back there was so much I was oblivious to in my life - I had fabricated a life that really was not mine to live. My role at work centred around guiding the business and all of the individual workers in relation to how best to protect people in the workplace. I had been at the centre of leading change to reduce injury rates and wherever I went I experienced great success because I had the energy, technical knowledge to get it done. The business I worked with used zero harm as the safety aspiration. It was getting old and I was looking for a next phase to go beyond zero harm - maximum life became the next phase. In the work sense this was building and encouraging people to take what they were learning at work and apply it at home with family and friends. The goal was to prevent home based injuries and as a consequence people would have a greater capability to live life - to live a maximum life.
What was happening in my personal life? There were lots of unresourceful thoughts and actions. I had recently taken a half million dollar mortgage on a Gold Coast property, just walked out on a job I had moved family from central west NSW to take and was eagerly awaiting the arrival of my second child - it could be said that there was a bit going on. All of this really overwhelmed me and in February 2013 when I was on the hunt for quick financial fixes at a property wealth seminar I met Scott Harris who happened to be a coach. After a conversation with Scott I understood that coaching needed to be a big part of my life. I was reinvigorated and researched everything about personal coaching programs and colleges and I found one. During the first weekend of training I was being my creative self and looking to attach my new found energy and direction to - what better than to shape, build and live my MAXIMUM LIFE!
Over the last 4 years I have experienced an exponential growth in my mindset resulting in building a series of programs to provide people with mindset fitness. I have come to realise that t all begins with the understanding your mindset and achieving the best version of yourself each day - really maximising everything in life by taking FULL control of your mindset and making it resourceful to fulfill the desires you seek.
There are 2 key directions I have taken to serve the audiences I am best skilled and experienced to help progress toward their maximum life.
The first being the Next Life Chapter which is a program suited to personal development of people who have achieved great success and now wondering what do I do next and/or people arriving at the age milestones of life and trying to deal with all these internal questions of purpose.
The second part is the Modern Leader Mentor which is a program professional development of leaders in the workplace and in life. The focus of the program is to guide leaders on how they can progress their style to best show up for the people they lead in life. The core of the program is simplicity of understanding people and how through three fundamentals you can become the most irresistible leader.