Michael is a Life Coach and will,
circumstances warranted, go beyond
coaching to assume a more proactive role
of consultant and
advisor. He brings to his
over 20 years of accomplished
corporate citizenship with career experience spanning
entry-level to senior management at organizations ranging in scale from startup
to Fortune 50.
His expertise focused on the applied psychology of design. He now applies his skills to help you design your life with intent.
Michael has worked with many clients in all phases of life seeking change or adjustment in their lives. Previously a professor and executive he brings deep and broad experience to his practice.
He is focused, empathic, experienced and thrives on helping his clients
realize their native potential.
Beyond traditional career coaching, Michael also focuses on
the unique needs of those facing mid-life stressors that seem to catch us off
guard at a point in life when we expect life’s pressures to ease. Challenges unique to mid-life include
navigating the needs of aging parents, of children reaching adulthood as well
as adjusting to the reminders of our own mortality.
Michael received his doctorate in the psychology of perception
from Yale University and CPCC professional life coach certification from Coaches Training Institute,
an International Coach Federation (ICF) accredited institution. You can read more about Michael's training and experience here.
Michael likes to run and has finished twenty-five marathons with more to come. He completed a solo motorcycle journey from San Francisco to New York on his Triumph Bonneville (Rt. 66!), holds a second degree black belt in the art of the Samurai sword- Iaido and is also a huge fan of big,
furry dogs. For a more personal reflection, click here.
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