I've struggled to be vulnerable all over the place in my life, acting like I didn't care, while allowing bad attitudes to spoil good people because I didn't deal with the concerns. I've also assumed I understood what was being said instead of asking when I thought people were against me. I found myself complaining and not taking action, acting like I didn't need to be liked, as I was trying to please people, while not holding others accountable.
In the hundreds of coaching sessions that I’ve had with business leaders, I’ve witnessed that no failure or struggle is wasted in life, especially when training your teams. Sadly enough, traditional methods and programs leave you super frustrated, as they skirt around not dealing with this smelly, nasty cesspool of sludge that is aggressively infesting most individuals, relationships, and companies.
As I started Facing the Ugly Truth, I saw that people need a safe place to share their concerns with someone who cares about them more than just how they operate, identifying with what they're dealing with, while being mature, responsible and competent enough to professionally assist them in sounding out what they struggle to face and cannot see on their own, without judgment and in total confidence.