TCI has pivoted fast since the coronavirus pandemic to move all our classes online, and our summit is the latest initiative for anyone needing to know how to find certainty in uncertain times.
"The world is completely changing day by day, and a lot of people are taking this opportunity to pause and take stock and ask really important questions like ... 'Am I moving into the direction to become my best and my true self?" says Matt.
When he first asked himself that question, he was so desperate for answers he went on Google and was intimidated by other people's visions of starting charities and touching millions of lives.
He learned through coaching and life experience that purpose is found in two ways.
"The first way is really simple, although it's something most people will never ever do. Our initial purpose is to know ourselves. To fall back in love with ourselves.
"It’s a journey into discovering who we are and asking ourselves great questions. Like, 'what do I want, what do I care about, what's important to me, how do I look after myself and—most importantly—how do I say yes to me?'"
To become a successful coach, says Matt, you have to be your first client.