Have you ever experienced…

  • Do you seek conflict because you have no other way to resolve differences?
  • A never-ending, stressful pressure to compete with others?
  • Does conflict always seem to follow you?
  • Is winning an argument more important to you than why you are arguing?
  • Is it possible you may be the problem?

If you answered Yes to any of the questions above, I want to work with you!

Audacious: Showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks. Intrepidly daring; adventurous. Marked by originality and verve.

Who is Ted?

Ted is a clinically informed coach with a background in forensic psychology who helps men with high-conflict personalities learn more effective ways to communicate. Ted formerly worked with clients within the judicial system and as a crisis clinician in the community mental health system in Colorado and Georgia for 15 years. Ted believes becoming the best version of ourselves is not only possible, but the single most important task in our lives. Ted knows personal growth takes place both by leaps and bounds and in daily increments.

The only secret is to keep showing up! Be audacious! Take the audacious first step and contact Ted for a free 30-minute initial consultation!

Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life-think of it, dream of it, live on that one idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success. – Swami Vivekananda

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