I have made it my mission to empower ambitious people to become their very best.
I have been a corporate employee, start-up founder, and athlete, and I have learned the hard way what it feels like to work hectically and live aimlessly. I experienced depression, burnout, and anxiety. On my way to recovery, I learned everything about finding meaning and purpose, energy management, recovery practices, and sustained high performance, which I now share with others.
Surfing has been a big part of my journey. When I hit rock bottom, I realized that surfing had already taught me a lot, which helped me recover and get stronger.
I have been surfing since I was 15 years old. Surfing taught me to fail repeatedly; I learned grit and resilience. Surf isn’t easy to learn; it takes months, if not years, to master. I learned to step out of my comfort zone, cultivate courage and stay calm under pressure when chaos is all over, and trust me; the ocean can be pretty mad!
Surfing taught me how to seize the opportunity when it presents itself and leverage it. Surfing is all about timing, being in the right place, and the right moment to take off and ride.
I learned to be patient, deal with frustration, and manage expectations. I learned to be flexible, adaptable, and creative. I knew some days were better than others, and driving for hours to find no waves meant I just needed to keep showing up.
I realized that riding ocean waves is similar to riding life waves.
I now combine surf analogies and teaching with positive psychology, NLP, eastern philosophy, sports psychology, and social and emotional intelligence to empower ambitious people to become their best. My coaching approach is multidisciplinary. I am methodical and practical. I only use strategies and tools that are backed up by science.
I have supported CEOs, Professional Athletes, Executives, Teams, and Entrepreneurs worldwide to reach their full potential and create more impact in their world.
My uniqueness is combining what I learned from surfing with coaching techniques. I can see systems and processes in a way that people would appreciate and which can show them possibilities where they can’t.
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