Challenge what is.
Become what could be.
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Why should you invest in a
type two fun mindset?
We believe that the journey to success should be both challenging and enjoyable. We embrace the concept of type two fun—experiences that put us in touch with our growth zone—that optimal place between comfort and discomfort where you expand your opportunity for learning and personal growth. We engage in these experiences intentionally knowing there will be discomfort involved, but afterwards, the result is immense satisfaction and a sense of accomplishment. We set goals along the way, celebrate effort, and find fulfillment and gratitude in the journey itself, not just the destination.
An executive who values a third party perspective on how to take advantage of your discretionary energy and efforts?
A financial advisor who wants to grow their business, form a team, or get more engagement from their staff?
An entrepreneur who wants to hone your messaging to clients and investors?
A team leader who wants to refine communication, process, and outcomes?
Wanting to wow your clients and prospects with your unique business offering?
Looking for a powerful message that leaves your audience fired up and with tools to take meaningful actions?
HOW WE CAN WORK TOGETHER
A LITTLE ABOUT MICHAEL
MA in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University
Leadership, organizational, and team effectiveness consultant for Fortune 500 Companies with 20+ years in financial services industry
Featured speaker to B2B and B2B2C audiences at 700+ events worldwide
Passionate about family, skiing, biking, cooking, and lifelong learning
Certified in Kolbe, Meyers-Briggs, and DISC
Former Outward Bound instructor and believer in the power of type two fun
WHAT CLIENTS ARE SAYING
Holds space to allow me to work through what's going on while holding up a mirror for me to see my part in it
- Consulting and Business Development Owner
Mike is kind of like Yoda
- Barrons 1200 Advisor
Asks better questions than anyone I know
- Real Estate Development Principal
Fully focused on helping me understand my "why" and positively but pragmatically crafting my story
- NFL Executive
DID YOU KNOW
of active job seekers
take a company's culture into account and
say company culture is more important than salary when it comes to job satisfaction
Changing behavior is
Type Two Fun
Your cognitive tendency to resist change is known as
Status Quo Bias
and involves people preferring things to stay the way they are. This could negatively impact one's ability to make the best decisions for their organization.
According to a Google study, the
dynamic of an effective team is psychological safety
Psychological safety is "the belief that one will not be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns, or mistakes, and that the team is safe for interpersonal risk-taking" - Professor Amy C. Edmondson