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As a Master Certified and Board Certified Coach with a successful career as a Corporate HR Executive (retired), I have experienced and understand both the benefits and challenges of today’s business world. Success in one area of our life does not automatically translate to success in other areas. To be the best leader, business man, husband, father, friend, etc., requires work and conscious decision making to align with our own values and what it is we want to create by our own daily behaviors. It requires a sense of balance, something that does not always come naturally.


My focus is on balance and relationships. Being one of the few coaches focusing on life balance issues for men, I enjoy helping executives develop critical skills and leadership behaviors needed to enhance their success – both at the office and at home. I do not believe in justifying our own words or behaviors based on something someone else has done or said. Believing in personal accountability, I hold my clients accountable for their own behaviors.
Limits are self-imposed.  Let’s work together to discover your self-limiting habits, attitudes and beliefs, and design a plan for you to create the life you know you truly desire.


The Master Certified Coach (MCC) is the most rigorous level of credentialing awarded by the International Coach Federation (ICF).  To achieve this certification, Larry completed 225 hours of coach-specific training, completed written and oral exams, and was required to log a minimum of 2,500 hours of client coaching.  With a membership of 19,530 coaches in 109 countries, 6,485 members in 81 countries have earned ICF Credentials.   Of these credentialed coaches, only 479 currently (as of January 2012)  hold this Master level credential with 306 of these being in the USA.

Larry was awarded the Master Certified Life Coach (MCLC) credential after completion of a two year ICF accredited spiritually based coaching program offered by Coach For Life.  Through this program the coach develops their own unique coaching style and model while honoring their own core values, unique gifts and life purpose.

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