||Why I Became
The Contribution Coach
70 years old – with 6 children and 7 grandchildren. I spent most
of my life as a mathematician, computer system designer,
developer, manager and business owner.
One of the nice things about being
70 is that I’ve been able to do a lot in my life.
And all of the various experiences I’ve had feed
directly into my coaching practice.
- I’ve lead seminars
and other programs, both privately and for Landmark Education.
- I’ve been a teacher
- NYU Graduate Business
- Columbia Graduate
- Arthur D. Kill Prison
- I started an alternative
- I owned and managed a
natural food store
- And I’ve been an
- I’ve been broke
- I am wealthy
- I’ve been coaching
since 1979, professionally since 1999, and have trained
and mentored other coaches
I’ve successfully coached
Fortune 500 Executives, teen-agers, parents, women executives,
single parents, people getting divorced, people getting married,
people looking to get married, people forming business partnerships,
people dissolving business partnerships. I’ve designed
and led teleclasses on different kinds of coaching –
I love doing that.
I am passionately committed to positive change
in the world. For the last 25 years I’ve been an activist
in ending the causes and persistence of hunger in the world
(very much including the United States.) At the same time,
I’m committed to supporting any efforts you make that
are consistent with my purpose. I am part of several organizations
that share my commitments– Events to Empower Humanity,
The Hunger Project, Curbing Hunger, The Global Abundance Alliance
and The Pachamama Alliance, to name a few.
My mission is: To Inspire
and empower all of us to live fulfilled lives in harmony with