“The feedback on your presentation we received from the participants was simply outstanding! You delivered a practical model for organizational transformation aimed at creating a high performance work culture and I would highly recommend this presentation to other organizations.”
Lieutenant-General JM Lanthier
Vice Chief of the Defence Staff, DND, GOC

Change & Trauma

I have found in my life that the best way to deal with trauma is to learn about trauma. Through learning about trauma your ability to change improves.

In our world today, your ability to change, pays dividends in your business life, your personal life and in the lives of your family. Ultimately, if you cannot change, you will suffer and so will those around you.

If you want to better understand trauma in this, your only lifetime, welcome aboard.

Things are about to get better for you and your surroundings.

Take my course ‘Easy as 438’ and download The Trauma Code and…

DOWNLOAD the free Trauma Checklist.


“When I went full speed head first into the end boards shattering my spine into hundreds of small pieces, it was not the physical impact I remember most clearly. It is the emotional trauma I can recall vividly. Even today.

The agonizing worry for my family, the thought of not having done my best as a friend, husband, colleague,  and wishing for a second chance to do better.

The impact has taught me that success is not about being the best in the world …  success for me is about being the best for the world.” 

Advisors to Leading Technology Innovators

“If you are a technology firm interested in accelerating through the many provincial and national funding models for technology companies offered by Government and industry, we should have a conversation.”
Doug Smith, VP Communications & Outreach – JPOM