I’m an author, writer, facilitator, and adventurer. I work with people to see that when they've mastered two wheels, they can master anything. I help them to discover their strengths, and explore and overcome the things that hold them back so that they can start to do what they really want with their life.
I help people who are considering change, dealing with change, or going through life transitions, create the life they want.
Whether their experience is personally or professionally initiated, the learnings are transferable to all areas of their life.
Because a motorcycle has figured so prominently in my life, I use the stories and metaphors from these experiences to inspire others.
We immediately form opinions of the motorcycle—and its rider—based on whether it’s a BMW, Yamaha, Honda, Harley-Davidson, or Ducati. Not only do you run impressions of people and things through your own filter and assign them a brand, you also label yourself based on expectations that have been assigned to you. With insightful examples, the author shows how to redefine your brand at any time.
Learning to use your vision to control your direction is the first lesson new motorcycle riders are taught. The same principles apply to life and for the same reason: you’re drawn to where you’re looking.
Unless you know where you’re going, how can you expect to get there? Drawn from the symbolism of riding, these tips show you how to do it.
Holistic nutrition is derived not only from the food you eat, but also from community, meditation, wisdom, sensuality, and play. A healthy diet now paves the way for a healthy future. Not only do you feel better, but it can prevent illnesses that hold you back from your potential—and your dreams. You feed your motorcycle only the highest quality ingredients. Why do anything less for yourself?
Drawn from the symbolism of motorcycles, this book offers parallels on the importance of caring for body, mind, and soul.
While many people cringe at the thought of picking up a tool, learning a few basics exposes how simple maintenance can be. Beyond the benefits of the mechanical education, the insights you discover about yourself change your perspective on your own hors
The immediacy and potential severity of the outcome when you misinterpret or ignore signs when you ride make your motorcycle an excellent teacher of effective communication skills—skills that help you connect with other people as well.
Learn their life lessons and enrich your life.
While you don’t come with throttle, clutch, or brakes, there are direct parallels and lessons on how to manage your power from motorcycle riding. Apply the symbolism from motorcycle controls to understanding what controls your thoughts, emotions, and actions through reflection, meditation, and time alone.