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I'm far from perfect and have made more mistakes than you can count.
However, what distinguishes me is my infinite drive to extract meaning from the inevitable challenges in life and business, using them as a feedback loop to develop myself and others into more rational, self-aware, and capable human-beings.
My knowledge is a product of personal experiences and self-education, in which I constantly strive to deepen my knowledge on topics that are of value for my clients.
All of my work is inspired by and based on proven scientific research and literature, combined with the wisdom from the best leaders in the industry, such as Jordan Peterson, Joe Dispenza, Brendon Burchard, Michael Neill, James Clear, Tony Robbins and Robin Sharma.
I seek to operate in the sweetspot where I can combine my innate intelligence for reading and analyzing human behavior, with my profound capabilities for guiding people through radical change or exponential growth.
I learned to see my suffering as an necessary, important and a positive part of my growth.
From a young age, I've always had this infinite drive to live life to its fullest and to do things differently.
My drive leapt me into high-performance in sports, building a fast-growing company, and being among the final best start-up entrepreneurs in the Netherlands.
But life didn't work out as planned, I went from an aspiring start-up entrepreneur, to hitting rock bottom, facing my toughest ever (health) crisis and losing pretty much everything I was fighting for.
Looking back, I've been privileged to experience both ends of the spectrum, from joy, (business) highs, and living in incredible places like Amsterdam, Barcelona, London and Bali, to walking the road of failure, loss, the sudden death of my best friend, and surviving a critical illness.
I learned to see my suffering as an necessary, important and a positive part of my growth, which enriched my perspectives and enabled me to rewire my systems to get some serious balance and meaning back into my life.
2 years fast forward, I’m living an extradonary life and run a successful business that allows to guide high-impact individuals through radical change and to take people on extremely intensive self-improvement expeditions around the world.
Dedicating my growth and (future) work to my dearest friend Dennis (†).
What sets me apart in this field
"It felt like he really cared about me. As if it was for the sake of his own growth".
Be better, do good.
As a big fan of the project, I've chosen to donate 1% of monthly revenue to The Ocean Cleanup, which is a non-profit organization, developing advanced technologies to rid the world’s oceans of plastic. The ultimate goal of the project is to clean up 50% of the patch in five years, with a 90% reduction by 2040.