Recovered Life Contributor
Sober Coach, High-Performance Coach & Accountability Partner
“You do not need to stay stuck. Recovery is possible for you, but it will take work, commitment, and letting go of old ideas.”
When I first entered recovery in my twenties, I thought my life was over. How could I ever live the life I wanted sober? Thankfully I learned that not only was the life of my dreams possible, but I was underestimating what was truly possible.
I know firsthand that staying sober long-term can be challenging. Trying to live your best-recovered life, playing full out, and walking the spiritual path can sometimes feel overwhelming. When I first got sober, I knew being stuck in a church basement was not for me, and I wanted to find a way I could pursue working with others and a career as an entrepreneur.
One of the reasons I can be a great coach is my ability to help others, but I have lived many of the issues that I help my clients overcome.
I specialize in helping men and women in recovery live their best-recovered lives. Although I have worked with a broad range of issues, the people who tend o gravitate toward me fall into the following categories.
- Early sobriety. Getting and staying sober the first year.
- Businesses and high-performing people trying to get sober or have a better sober life.
- People struggle with the label of an alcoholic but realize that something is going on that is keeping them from living their best life.
- High-risk relapsers.