The individuals working with Robert consider him to be their personal performance “Turbo Charger”. There isn’t a more effective, high impact, low visibility way to multiply your desired results in the areas that are most important to you than to engage Robert to support you around your highest value opportunities AND problems.

Real Results

Robert’s work focuses on the highly important landscape between thought and action, between words and meaning, and between intention and manifestation.

Many individuals are able to articulate picture perfect leadership concepts as well as sound business, product and sales strategy. BUT the performance gap between good business owners and executives and the EXTRAORDINARY ones consists of the ability to put these ideas into existence in the real world.

The difference between the most profound experiences / results and the most trite is measured by the size of this performance gap. Too often, individuals (and their coaches) end up operating ‘in language only’ – saying all the right words, but missing the underlying meaning (as well as desired result) by a mile.

Robert measures himself and those around him by the actual impact being created - on the people and teams he works with and on the arenas they play in. Robert clients come from a large variety of backgrounds from Entrepreneurs & Executives to Philanthropists, Hollywood Celebrities and Olympic Medal winners.

Hierarchy Of Being

The basis of Beingness, and of any individual's ability to create change in the world, is in mastering these five areas of Beingness and how you "SHOW UP" in YOUR world. Like Maslow's hirearchy of needs, each level of Beingness builds on the one above:

Being Present

Being Authentic

Being Clear

Being Accountable

Being Effective

Robert works with talented people to transform their ability to exude these states of Being and inspire them in others. His experience shows that a solid foundation in the area of Beingness trumps the traditional approach of the study of leadership “style” or personality “type” based management efforts.

And each person is able to cultivate their own incredibly effective personal style when built on this framework of Beingness.

Transform The Leader:
Transform The Business

It’s well known that as a company reaches its goals, it outgrows systems and infrastructure. What got you to 1 million in sales can’t get you to 10 million or 100 million. The systems that a billion dollar company requires to function would suffocate most businesses at the 100 million mark.

The same is true of executives and entrepreneurs. There are fundamental changes that every leader must make within themselves to meet the changing demands of a growing company.

Most people never make these changes and their career and company can suffer as a result. Robert specializes in seeing what’s “just over the horizon” for you as a leader and giving you the experiences you need to retrain yourself to expand with each greater challenge.

Despite your success—actually… BECAUSE OF IT…doing more of what you’re already doing is NOT going to lead to your next level of breakthrough success.

In fact, the very qualities that have led to your current success are precisely what hold you back from even greater levels of accomplishment.

With 22 plus years of working with people from all walks of life and various industries, Robert has discovered that there are nine qualities of high achievers that propel them forward AND also hold them back. Your gifts, in fact, become your challenges!

1. You Are A Visionary

The very power of your vision can be detrimental to your success because you dream so big that you can get overwhelmed. AND overwhelm others.

2. You Experience Exponential Success

Despite the admiration of those around you, it often doesn’t feel like you deserve everything you’ve accomplished. It is easy to misinterpret the nature of your attainments, so you can feel like you are hiding a “dirty little secret”.

3. Your Competing Commitments

Your very drive for success is motivated by deep commitments and values. When you are not making happen what you claim to be committed to, it is a clue that there is a stronger, competing commitment to which you are unknowingly committed.

4. You Get In A Comfortable Zone

The “Comfort Zone” refers to a pace set by a runner that is too fast for recovery and too slow for growth. A pace like this can feel like a tough workout. But running in this zone, run after run, will actually lead to a decline in performance.

The danger for a high performer is that your “Comfort Zone” creates so much more than the average person that there is a temptation to continually underperform without even realizing that you’re doing so.

5. You Are A Great Problem Solver

You have a finely-tuned ability to scan the horizon for “danger” and this bias towards solving problems means you are energized and stimulated by challenges and threats. So you sometimes tend to avoid things—taxes, relationships, income, etc.—until they reach problem-level status.

6. You Seek Perfection

The more success you have and the more money you make, the greater the pressure to keep up with that level of success.

7. You Are Future-Focused

Having your attention firmly on the future enables you to take action immediately, the moment you have an idea. But you rarely slow down enough to notice the impact of this focus and that it creates the same challenges that seem to re-surface, time after time.

8. You Don’t Ask For Help

Well, you don’t. People are astounded by what you create. You are one of the highest-achieving people you know. And you definitely don’t need support. So you are missing your own very personal support team.

9. You Miss Out On Hearing The Truth

The higher you rise, the harder it can become for you to open up with the people around you. And the higher you rise, the harder it becomes for the people around you to speak their truth. Top performers often have few people in their world willing to say exactly what they need to hear the most.

Robert is often the only person in his client’s world who is not here to please them. He won’t sugar coat it. he won’t let your fears hold you back. He won’t believe your ‘stories’.

And he won’t buy into your BS…

He’ll tell you how it is. He’ll say what no one else in your world is bold enough to say. And He’ll do that from an authentic and vulnerable place that truly supports you and the highest vision you have for yourself.

What is Professional Coaching?

Professional Coaching is an ongoing partnership that helps clients produce fulfilling results in their personal and professional lives.

Through the process of coaching, clients deepen their learning, improve their performance, and enhance their quality of life. In each meeting, the client chooses the focus of conversation, while the coach listens and contributes observations and questions. Coaching accelerates the client’s progress by providing greater focus and awareness of choice.

Where did Coaching start?

Coaching has been around as long as people have been around. As an industry, coaching’s roots go back at least to the early 80’s. The self-discovery movement of the 60’s and 70’s was showing up in office suites and boardrooms. Consultants started asking clients about commitment and personal vision. People became more health conscious. They still wanted to be professionally effective and successful, but they wanted balance and fulfillment too.

Here and there, consultants from various specialties broadened their practices. They took on a more holistic view of their clients. Some began to call what they did coaching. The first “coaching schools” got started in the early-to-mid 90’s. Coaching started getting press and notice around 1998-99 and became trendy at the turn of the century.

Who works best with a Coach?

Fundamentally, the coachable person has three qualities:

They have a goal they’re committed to achieving.
They’re frustrated by something that is getting in the way of their success.
They’re open to getting input from another person.

What if I’m not too clear about my goal?

No problem. You do not need to be completely clear about what you want and you don’t need to have any idea of how you’ll get it. Much of the value of coaching comes from the clarity coaching provides.

How is it different from therapy?

One answer is that therapy is about understanding why you are the way you are while coaching is about taking action to be the most that you can be.

The therapist’s traditional role has him/her supporting their client’s mental health. That assumed the individual was not completely well and needed therapy. The coach assumes the client is healthy, whole and able to live their life successfully.

Why do people hire a coach?

If the purpose of coaching is to bring out your best in support of your goals, is there a type of goal that best suits coaching? Yes. Coaching is the most useful when you’re taking on big stuff.
Imagine that there are three levels of improvement, change or growth.

The simplest change is to do what you’re already doing differently (better or faster).
The next level involves fundamentally reshaping yourself within your current work by doing different things.
The highest level of change is where you reinvent yourself by transforming who you are.

Coaching has its greatest impact when you are taking on either level two or level three change.

How should I choose a Coach?

Look for great chemistry. The chemistry between you and the right coach will feel right almost instantly. You should be in action almost immediately. You should sense that your coach has something in his or her life that you want in yours.

"Roberts strategies are truly remarkable. After implementing several of the distinctions that he outlined, created for my company and coached me on, I immediately saw a 600% increase in profits, Highly recommended!"

Mike W.
Colorado Springs, CO


I feel much less affected by the negative energy from unpleasant people, and I am much more understanding and empathetic of people acting out irrationally and emotionally simply because they are having a bad day or going through a tough time. I'm living a life of confident promise that the near future will be even more spectacular than the present. Relieving myself from all of the emotional feelings constantly nagging at me in the past has really helped my stay focused on my professional endeavors, and I feel much more productive and effective because of it! Thanks to you, my friend, for sharing you're life long collection of wisdom for the betterment of others! Keep up the good work!

Robert Fuller
Las Vegas, NV

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