Why Believe?

“Don’t Ever Feel That Your Best Days Are Behind You.
Reinvention is the Purest Form of Hope.” -Phil Wohl

Untethering is simply letting go of those things that arent doing us service. Minimize Limitations.

Why do I believe you can change?

Because you’ve made it this far. You’ve overcome things before. As Lao Tzu once said “At the center of your being, you have the answer”. Deep down, your gut, or instinct tells you what’s right for you. Sometimes, you just need a little support to bring it out.

I was there.

At 47, I had to learn a new way of living.

In 2014, I lost both parents, ended a 12-year marriage, and sold a business. Consequently, I lost my home, my identification (work) and a closeness to several important people in my life.

My world was redefined in these 8 short months.

I had been a workaholic, prior, with two business start-ups, and five Fortune 500 company stints in my past. I had placed more value on titles and materialistic things than on those things that truly brought me joy…time with friends and family, adventure and challenge and a strong body and mind.

I’ve been nomadic, since.

I have no home, little “stuff” and I don’t hold a traditional job.

I’ve learned to untether……. I’ve lived in tents, air bnbs and RVs. I travel in coach and live out of a backpack much of the time. I’ve gone days without showering and have become fast friends with McDonald’s coffee and Egg McMuffin breakfasts. I’ve appreciated 24-Hour Fitness’ 24-hour showers and English-speaking locals in faraway places.

I’ve learned to untether……. I’ve lived in tents, air bnbs and RVs. I travel in coach and live out of a backpack much of the time. I’ve gone days without showering and have become fast friends with McDonald’s coffee and Egg McMuffin breakfasts. I’ve appreciated 24-Hour Fitness’ 24-hour showers and English-speaking locals in faraway places.

Adventure and constant adaptability are a way of life.

But after all of this, I can say I truly feel the most alive and renewed I’ve ever felt.

I’m not suggesting this lifestyle is for everyone. Rather, it’s the lesson we can take away – to learn to prioritize those things that bring us deep down joy. The motivations will be uniquely different for each of us, but the end result will be the same: you will minimize stress, improve health, find strength and feel the best you’ve ever felt.

In the past four years, I have been able to summit Mount Kilimanjaro with 40 lbs on my back; complete Ironman races, cycle to the top of the highest mountains (Mt Evans and Haleakala in US). I’ve hiked the Himalayas (110 miles, 18k feet elevation) and lived in the Canary Islands. I’ve enjoyed yoga in Tulum and cycling and sailing in Playa del Carmen Mexico. I lived in an RV in a parking lot in Boulder.

These years and experiences have brought clarity, confidence and direction. And has reignited my passion for helping others who are struggling with change as they age to consider how a new view of health, mindfulness, adventure and soulful living can bring improved quality of life and extended years.

I’ve worked really hard. Many of us have. But at what cost? How is your health? Are you happy? Are you energized by your work, or your role? Do you wake up excited to see what the day will bring? Have you set challenging goals for your future?

If the answer is no, then join us. If I can change my life, I promise you can too. We will bring fresh perspectives, challenges, exercises and more to help you write the plan to change your life.