Hi, I’m Todd.
I am a Men’s Empowered Action Coach specializing in accountability, focused action, and goal achievement.
I am passionate about men becoming better men in all areas of our lives.
With me as your coach:
You will discover answers, find solutions, and create possibilities to move forward in the area you want coaching.
You are whole, complete, and resourceful, and I coach you knowing that!
I’ll work one-on-one with you to take action in your relationships, business,
and health to create the life you want to be living.
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What My CLIENTs Say
I would definitely recommend Todd to ANY man that feels lost or out of place.
Andrew S., USA
He helps you find a positive solution and life path to create a different result.
Scott S., USA
He has indeed been a great help to me.
Rod R., USA
Daniel K., Canada
I worked with him for months, and would highly recommend him to others.
Much of my problems lie in interpersonal realm, which I was totally unaware of; but Todd helped me do it really well. The most important lesson I learned was and is how to deal with my relapses.
I am leaving now for some reasons, but I hope I can come back again and use Todd’s coaching.
He really cares and you can feel it — he goes above and beyond what you would expect.
I’ve tried many coaches in the past for different reasons and I can honestly say Todd is the best I’ve had. He goes deeply into your issues and goes the extra mile.
You can tell that coaching is Todd’s purpose in life and his passion comes through loud and clear.
I would highly recommend him to anyone feeling that they are living below their full potential. Thank you Todd.
Alan C., S. Africa
It is crazy to look back and see all the steps he helped me through to give up the poor choices for good ones.
He managed to help me do this with a lifestyle change that I could handle, stick to and will be able to continue my whole life. I both look better and feel better.
Josh J., USA
Todd started me off doing one minute of crunches and squats each day. A more than realistic assignment. The goal was to do it religiously, for at least 30 days, until it was a habit, increasing the time and intensity as time passed.
Todd checked in with me daily, with suggestions, such as to do it at the same time each day, etc., and always with a note of encouragement.
I would recommend Todd to anyone, and I plan on working with him again.
Rod R., USA
I had been trying to live a conventional life until now and this had been my issue which permeated throughout all aspects of my life.
Todd asked me to think unconventionally. (Ask him about the left hand right hand analogy). Thinking unconventionally has gradually allowed me to escape this mental prison imposed on me as a child and instead move towards new exciting ideas which I truly resonate with.
When considering my life goals now I ask myself…..what is an unconventional goal I want which both scares me and excites?! This is becoming my new blueprint.
I am only at the beginning of my journey but I am so excited.
I attribute my new found thinking and behavior to Todd.
Ben B., Spain
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