Adam G Fleming
Goshen, IN, US
If you're like me, you want to discover and become the best version of yourself possible. You may be driven by significance, love, security, or recognition, but no matter what your core desires are, you want to be at your best, every day. I discovered this when working with my first coach in 2007, and I've spent a good part of my last decade learning to help other people get there. One thing I discovered is that when I'm at my best, I'm functioning out of my deep belief that everyone in the world ought to have one really good friend. Since then, I've been an entrepreneur, written and published six books, raised my family, and traveled to many countries, but if there's any single accomplishment it's that my clients know that I also consider them close friends. I'm excited to believe in their potential, and to encourage them to be at their best. It's amazing to me that when many people go into a new business or line of work that will require courage and remarkable effort to succeed, how often their friends and family tell them all the reasons they can't and why it won't work. A huge part of coaching is having one person who advocates for you several times a month, reminding you that you can. My ability to believe in your potential is the one, single reason I continue to coach day after day. I'm interested in helping people build the culture around them, whether that means a sales team or a family, or creating new things in the world that help others live a better life. If you want someone to tell you how to run your business, I'm not the coach for you. If you want to focus each time on how to perform tasks and set up systems better, I could coach you through those things, but I'm not the best coach for you. If you want someone who will work with you and track with your progress, as you impact the world around you in the way you're best suited, month to month and year to year, then I'm your coach. I like to have fun. I don't take myself too seriously. If your focus is on building a creative, meaningful and significant legacy into your culture, whether that's business, religion, family, or the arts, I'll be glad to walk that road alongside you.