I help Dads grow through generational trauma, redefine the parameters for living, and create a lasting legacy of change.
My journey started like many others, from a place I can’t do this alone. I remember looking into my daughter’s eyes when she was two years old saying to myself, how can I lead you in to your life if I can’t lead myself through mine. It was a dark time in my life, but it was that darkness that lead me to find more effective ways to be a Dad.
I learned that being a Dad was never designed to be done alone, it is one of the biggest lies as men we tell ourselves and I fell for it hook line, and sinker.
Those who are building a career and have been looking for the feeling of validation through work.
For Dads who have been trained to thrive in war, but struggle to thrive in the home.
Who have struggle with the thought I don't want to be my father, but I don't know how to break the cycle.
Most men spend all of their life looking for a home in all of the wrong places.
We desperately seek the feeling we didn’t have growing up in all the wrong places, salary, career, status, and things.
You can’t find, build, or buy what you first don’t have yourself.
Home is an inside job that comes from the inside out.
Generational trauma has many shapes and it can be often hard to see our way through an area that for the most part, we keep in the darkness.
Parenting has less to do with kids and more to do with us. Learning to recognize the inner child screaming for growth is the key to calming down as a Dad.
I have been helping dads breakthrough their trauma, reframe stories, and helping dads break the cycle and create a legacy of change for six years.
The truth of the matter is that when you look in the mirror you often don’t see a man looking back. You see a little boy stuck. A boy who didn’t have the chance to feel what love was growing up.
You see a boy that is waiting to be led into this world by a Dad.
Inspirational content to help you shift your life and break the cycle.