I do what I do because I want to increase well-being in the world – to help people be happier, healthier, and more effective. I study, think about, and have conversations about well-being every chance I get. When I climb into bed at night, I am usually reading some new research about the brain and behavior or human performance. Perhaps this makes me a bit nerdy, but I love it.
There is nothing more exciting for me than watching people discover the calm, confidence, and connection that they are really capable of. The hair stands up on the back of my neck when I think about it.