Welcome to On The Up Professional Coaching! How's your life?

Tricky question. You what? How's my life?
What does that even mean?

Well. On The Up is dedicated to the fine art of coaching. Executive Coaching. Business Coaching. Personal Coaching. Call it what you will - at the end of the day, coaching is coaching.

And good coaching will be about your whole life, because every choice we make invariably has an impact elsewhere.

If you have a few thousand hours to spare, Google the word coaching and you'll come up with over 66 million possible answers.

If you only have 2 minutes to spare, then know that for my part, coaching is simply all about you.
About you and your life. Your fulfillment. Your work/life balance. How you DO life. Having it be easy.

Are you doing what you want to be doing in life? If you are, great! And if not, why not? Are you happy? Honestly?

And let's cut the crap - just to be clear, I do mean happy on the inside. Not happy about your new car (although that's good too) - I just mean if the outside stuff is taken care of, what about the inside stuff?

What's it worth to you to have a life that you could call truly balanced and fulfilling?

That's where my kind of coaching comes in. Working with people who care enough to have it be easy from time to time.
Connecting with people who are willing to invest in themselves for a more purposeful life.

"Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail"

Ralph Waldo Emerson, ladies and gentlemen. The man had vision.

Rather like these guys: check out this masterful work that captures the essence of simply connecting with people. It's an accidental concept born out of an urge to have some fun. The result: creating a connection between people across the globe.

No cultural boundaries, no political boundaries. Just beautiful people, being seen for who they are. If you don't smile and some point, I'll be amazed.


I have a vision that stands for people's right to choose a happy, fulfilling life. And for that reason alone, I coach.

"Joy is not in things, it is in us" - Richard Wagner

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