How did TCI come into your radar?
It came into my radar late 2014 through Facebook, and in 2016 I started seriously looking at it. When I went to the Mojo course I realised I needed to change my life, my skills, release a lot of bullshit from my life, and decided that the coaching pathway is along that line. I called up TCI. Got a free book and a disc. I read the book, which I thought was cool. Over 6 months I spoke with a number of TCI people about where I need to be and I attended a Saturday morning broadcast on a Saturday morning. Foundations of Coaching Success was offered for a $300 holding fee so I thought, why not?
Went to FOCS, and that’s where I started TCI journey.
Joe Pane was great. I created some really great relationships, yet powerful emotional challenges came up on the last day. Found myself sitting in the back room, crying.
Dealing with more of my internal emotional issues.
Matt and I sat down, in another room where he was training in. I recognized that all these people told me how amazing I am but I didn’t believe it. As a person, I didn’t see what was so amazing about me.
Did you recognize that your mission has the potential to change many men's lives?
Yeah. I have.
And, what was then the experience of your TCI journey?
TCI journey has given me a different set of skills to add to the tools I already used on myself. It has given me an understanding of what those tools are, how they work how they interact to help people. One of the greatest failings of men's trainings is that we're keen to train men on what we think they need, not what they actually need. So my goal is to train from the perspective of what they need and not what I want to train them. TCI has given me tools to mind-read what goes on in training rooms.
What are you working on now?
I am working on founding a men's mental health centre. Online and offline, subscription based, set at 55 dollars for month, which delivers training through podcasts, webinars, and video training. Men can have one-on-one support and come to a training with group support. In my hometown Cannes there is a large group of men with mental health issues, from all kinds of cultures. Market really needs help so I want to give them the opportunity to come into the training room and connect with me. I want to make global impact, so I need to create a global presence through webinars in order to reach a wider audience. Since I put it out there, I have connected with guys in America and guys in UK who like what I do. I just offered a free podcast and a free retreat next month so I'll long it for one hour and chat about self-discovery. Without TCI, I would not have this opportunity.