Maybe you're an entrepreneur who wants to grow a community of like-hearted fans (and know that sharing your ideas is the best way to do that), but you get 'butterflies' at the thought stepping out front.
Or perhaps you're a CEO or leader who loves numbers, but hesitates to tell the emotive story that makes those numbers meaningful.
Or maybe you've been feeling to launch your own business - but are just not sure where to start or how to do it in a way that really matters to the audience, and isn't just another forgettable business opportunity.
Do you have an idea that you want... but can't quite wrap your head around the title of 'entrepreneur'?
Successful entrepreneurs are purpose-driven leaders and change makers who want to bring their authentic, connected and courageous voice to the world!
I'm a dad, husband, outdoor sport addict, from Finland, and professional business coach who's spent the last 16 years in traditional businesses with long working days, huge stress, sleepless nights, struggling from day to day.
I don't believe in traditional business. The world has changed. There are a million ways to work smarter, not harder, and once you find the best approach for you, running your own business can begin to feel less terrifying and more exciting, more fun!
I also don't believe in perfection. The things you think make you seem 'unpolished' or 'uninteresting' are often the very aspects of your personality people find truly refreshing and fun! I am not perfect. You don't need to be perfect either.
I know—you want to cover your fears, self-doubts, and mistakes and get yourself do everything perfectly. I totally get it.
When we're changing your lives, or starting something new, it feels like it carries the weight of the world. Like it has the potential to make or break our own beliefs.
Entrepreneurs contact me to:
To some extent, I can. (I'm really good.)
We practice and build their skills—which expands their confidence.
But then I tell them something surprising:
I don't want you to be perfect.
And here's why...
"Perfect" skills don't really matter. What does? The ability to truly connect with people.