I am a successful father, husband, consultant, author, Life Coach, Addiction Recovery Coach, friend and mentor based out of Portland, Oregon. My passions are rooted in many successes and failures, and the many lessons I’ve learned along the magnificently winding road of life. Having experienced what some would call insurmountable tragedy early in my life, today I walk the talk, both in my personal and professional life, and I refuse to be defined by my past.
Because of the miraculous changes in my own life, and my metamorphosis over the past twenty-plus years, I feel compelled to share these gifts and insights with those who feel there’s a better way of life, or a better version of themselves out there somewhere. It’s taken many years for the lessons of these events to become evident and relevant in my life. Things I once viewed as “bad” or “negative” have new meaning. I am a true believer that there is a lesson in everything. Whether we see it as “good” or “bad” at the time, there is something to be learned. I truly believe these lessons must be acknowledged if we are to find and maintain a path to happiness.
I have walked a rich and colorful road in my short forty-eight years. I have picked up my favorite teachings, from my favorite teachers, and formed a basic way of living that suits me today, and allows me to be mindful, positive, joyful, and successful.
My true passion, and I believe my true path, is to share my story and this way of life with others, and help them achieve the happiness and success I’ve been able to find on a daily basis.
I received my training through the World Coach Institute. I am a Certified Addictions Coach, Certified Life Coach, and Certified Professional Coach.
“Brad has introduced me to a side of myself I never knew existed. I can’t believe how his perspective has helped me.”
“Brad kept me on the path of sanity during the most difficult time of my life. His ability to listen and truly hear what I had to say made all the difference. He gently guided me back toward the wisdom I always had inside and reminded me that I already knew the answers.”