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LIFE COACHING MATTERS

Ever since Adam hid from God in the garden, we men have been struggling to prove ourselves.

Yet, when pushed, we often hide behind comforts.

We compromise ourselves by not leading the life that God created us for.

We timidly accept the lies that the devil plants in our minds.

If you are ready to step up your game and fight for what really matters, let’s talk about how coaching will help.

What We Do

Coaching Services

Faith

Is your relationship with God not where it needs to be? We’ll help you reconnect to the source of everything good.

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Family

That first moment when your child is born changes your life forever. We all are afraid we’re screwing it up. We all know we can do better!

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Work

Your job performance is based only 15% upon your technical skills. Improving your relationships on the job site will transform your productivity and bring back the fun!

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Marriage

Marriage is hard. The good news is most of your problems are in your control! We can help you to change.

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Faithful

When you are trying to change your life, you want to be sure that a guide is deeply rooted and connected to the Catholic Faith. It’s just so important!

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Rapid

Unlike therapy, one of the goals of coaching is to teach and empower you to help yourself. Additionally, each session you’ll be given homework to complete. Many clients see significant transformations even after the first few sessions!

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Confidential

The topics we cover are extremely private and personal. Nothing you discuss will ever be disclosed elsewhere. We call it the “next best thing to the confessional.”

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Transformative

The Coaching Process is capable of creating stunning changes to your life. The devil wants us to believe we are trapped; we’ll help you get free from his lies!

CATHOLIC LIFE COACHING WORKS

There is only one thing standing between you and the man God wants you to be.

“As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.” Proverbs 23:7

Unfortunately, we can’t see it clearly. We’re too deep in. In sports, business, and life, a great coach can see what we can’t see ourselves.

Recent Podcast Episodes

184 – Radical Catholic Responsibility

We love the stories of the heroes, the underdogs, and the winners. We revel in the touchdown throw that wins the superbowl. We sometimes even cry as the hero in the movie sacrifices everything.

Yet we so often fail to live our potential in our own lives.

What if “taking radical responsibility,” “extreme ownership,” and “radical accountability” are actually very Catholic ideas, consistent with the teachings of the church?

Join me in this episode as I explore the idea that not only is taking responsibility (when done properly) a source of humility, it is even the source of our greatest fulfillment as men. God gave us talents that all too often we allow to stay buried. He’s going to demand an accounting of them all one day! Taking responsibility is a powerful step to answering God’s call.

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183 – Catholic Parenting with Nancy Bandzuch

It’s always been hard to be a parent of a large family. It’s even harder these days.

The entire culture often seems aligned against us. Even our own church members often seem upset with large families during mass. It’s often lonely, isolating, and so frustrating.

But you’re not alone.

Join me in this episode as Nancy Bandzuch talks about the new show put out by the Augustine Institute called “The Catholic Parent.” It will help you feel like you’re not alone and also help you to be a better parent at the same time. 

You can find this series on Formed. Most likely, your parish has already purchased access for you. If not, you can get a free trial at this link:

 

Check out this episode!

182 – Stop Fighting with Daryl Dittmer

Surrender is a funny concept.

Sometimes we need to fight for what’s right.

Sometimes we just need to surrender and accept what is.

Always, we are in a struggle to balance the two.

Join me in this episode as Daryl Dittmer and I discuss how to build a life that is fulfilling and purposeful. We all come from broken beginnings – some more broken than others. What we do what that makes the difference for where our lives go. When we surrender, stop fighting, and accept what actually works, our lives can get much better.

You can read more about Daryl on his website:

https://www.daryldittmer.com/

You can find his book here:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CJWW8LDP

Check out this episode!

Testimonials

Our Awesome Clients

John Taylor

I was led to Michael at a time when I needed a really good guy in my corner. His devout, patient and often humorous wisdom helped draw out a number of life obstacles that I've been wrestling to address since my childhood. He was a mentor, guide, role model, and sounding board. Throughout the experience, he challenged me to grow, a lot, but was never intrusive and has an extraordinary gift for sensing where someone 'is'.

If you're even mildly interested in a Catholic life coach, I highly recommend speaking to Michael.

Zach B

"Michael's authenticity with faith and advice, and desire to help me improve showed through on each call. I genuinely felt like he sought the best for me. He compassionately challenges what I bring to the table and I always end our conversations with practical action items to help build me as a man."

Jim Johnson

CEO & Founder

"Insightful, deep diving, and sincere! Michael did an incredible job getting me to admit to myself my TRUE personal goals and steps to accomplish them. Thank you for pushing me to be a better man of God"

Skylar C

Michael helped me in both practical and spiritual struggles I was
having as I navigated some difficult life circumstances. He helped me
work on my resume to summarize my most important skills and personal
qualities at the top, and that alone was enough to make the coaching
worth it; I immediately started getting more interviews, and landed a
job within three months after a much longer search. Just as
importantly, Michael shared wisdom about improving my relationship
with God, discerning decisions for myself and my family, and on
communication with my wife as we prepared for the arrival of our first
child. He shared that it is important to be gentle with ourselves
about past, current and future mistakes, while continuing to fight
vigorously to be the man God wants us to be. I know that some of these
ideas helped me boost my confidence so that I could create a strong
bond with my child right away. My life has vastly improved over the
past year, and while that took God's will and some good luck,
Michael's coaching changed the way I presented myself and made
decisions; more men need this.

Sam H

I was led to Michael at a time when I needed a really good guy in my corner. His devout, patient and often humorous wisdom helped draw out a number of life obstacles that I've been wrestling to address since my childhood. He was a mentor, guide, role model, and sounding board. Throughout the experience, he challenged me to grow, a lot, but was never intrusive and has an extraordinary gift for sensing where someone 'is'.

If you're even mildly interested in a Catholic life coach, I highly recommend speaking to Michael.

Jay Coltrain

Mechanical Engineer & Entrepreneur

“It has been extremely helpful to have someone that can look at things from an outside perspective and ask objective, and hard, questions and then follow that up with some great resource recommendations. Michael has helped me question my own assumptions which has allowed me to get clear and focused on my goals and objectives and be able to make changes in my circumstances and life.”