If you’ve been to one of my live presentations then you’ve likely heard the story of how I transitioned from Air Force Instructor Pilot to Green Building Construction Inspector to Developmental Coach, but in the event you are new to me and my work, allow me to introduce myself. I consider myself to have lived a very blessed life. My parents taught me from my earliest memories to go after what I wanted in life, regardless of the obstacles I encountered along the way. That “programming” has served me very well as I set illogical goal after unattainable goal after […]Read More
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I am really excited about my new book that is being released this summer and I just wanted to share a little bit about it with you! Unrealogical – Real People, Remarkable Stories of Transformation is very different from any of my previous books. It not only offers the theory and information we need to facilitate change in our lives, but then it goes on to share PROOF that the principles actually work in real life! This book is chock full of stories from real people who discovered how to apply these concepts to their lives to create remarkable transformation. The stories […]Read More
We’ve had so many people who have seen one of Deb’s presentations or who’ve graduated from one of her coaching programs ask if there was a way they could just get a little “booster shot” of Deb. Well, we think we finally have what the doctor ordered! Introducing The Monthly Dose of Deb Teleclass The Monthly Dose of Deb Teleclass will meet via phone each month for a full hour. The first part of the hour will be a discussion of a topic that has come up over and over during conversations. Deb will bring the topic to light and […]Read More
Sometimes even our best laid out and most perfectly executed plans just go awry. How we handle those situations can mean the difference between a quantum leap forward or a detour along the path to our goals.Read More
Pillar #4, Systems, are amazing tools for your business and your life. Essentially, they are “scripts” for how certain things need to be done. The military makes great use of systems – pretty much everything anyone does in any branch of the military has a protocol associated with it. Successful companies are the same way; there are policies and procedures that detail how certain things are to be executed. When I started my business, I drew upon my military experience and took the advice of a mentor who suggested that I run my business from Day #1 as if I […]Read More