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George is a recognized coach to performers, athletes, C-suite executives and entrepreneurs for going on 30 years now. He’s an author, former lawyer, single dad and cancer survivor. Through it all, he’s learned how to transcend challenging circumstances and find joy in the journey. Since surviving cancer nearly 10 years ago – George has seen, experienced and taught the strategies behind the power to change your life with the words you choose, the thoughts you believe and the feelings you maintain. In his groundbreaking leadership and communication training programs, George sets the standard for twenty first century men to fully occupy their space and hold space for their amazing women. You may know George as a blogger, from Facebook, or from his popular books on meditation, goal setting and survivorship. You may know his from seeing him on the mainstage at a conference or corporate event.
But what you may not know is that since recovering from a rare leukemia over a decade ago, George has invested his life in the intellectual and spiritual understanding of conscious communication. He’s seen, first hand the power words can have. He’s invested his life in understanding how. Whether exploring the depths of spirituality or discussing leadership strategies for the 21st century – or both – George provides valuable transformational insight because over the past 30 years, he’s done it. He’s been up to his neck in it! And he’s learned how to show you how you can do it!
The programs offered by Amazing Women International, Inc. have been called the Harvard MBA of Conscious Communications. The national media has called George the Indiana Jones of Performance Psychology. He’s produced rock concerts for disaster relief, run marathons for charities, led expeditions in the Alps and hikes in the Outback.