Coaching with Tripp

I get TONS of emails from guys who love The New Man Podcast but can’t seem to bridge the gap between what they’re hearing on the show and what they’re actually living.

Many guys want to:

  • Discover their passion or purpose
  • Find more satisfaction in their work and personal lives
  • Make some positive changes without upsetting their family or financial situation
  • Get over a hump they’ve been dealing with for months or maybe years
  • Look back on their life and have no regrets

What’s amazing to me is that most guys will fumblef**k around their challenges for years — wasting precious time, energy and money without ever achieving the success they really want.

It’s obvious that this “one foot in, one foot out” way of doing things is way more draining and costly than just putting both feet in.


So why do guys hold back, settle for less and “play-it-safe”?

Two reasons:

(1) They don’t know WHAT to do:

I’ve found that guys want specifics, a plan, a path. ABC’s, 123’s. Nuts and bolts. The Magic-Formula. The How-to Manual. Walking into uncertainty is a no-no.

(2) It’s too risky:

What if it doesn’t work? Guys are afraid to waste time, energy or money. They want some kind of a guarantee before they dive in.

Sound familiar?

So let’s say you’re a guy who has a goal, a vision or a desire to improve some area of your life.

How can you make your success inevitable?

How can you figure out what to do while minimizing the risk?

And what would that success be worth to you?

This is where coaching comes in.


What the heck is coaching?

Take a look at any major athlete. He or she has someone in their corner — usually a coach. Someone who helps them see their blind spots, play to their strengths and help them become the best they can be.

They’re not doing it alone. They’ve got a coach.

For some reason, many guys find it completely acceptable to see this paradigm play out on the court or field; however, they don’t quite connect that they, too, can have this in their lives.

They, too, can have a coach who helps them be the best they can be, to help them live their best life.

Nonetheless, the lone rangers — the guys who insist on going it alone — saddle up and ride off into a sunset of fumblef**king their way through uncertainty.

Kinda sad, huh?


So, what can YOU do?

In a nutshell, coaching will help you dig deep and find the right answers for yourself. Even though there is no magic formula or plan that works for everyone, if you want to live your best life, you CAN create the supportive container to make your success more likely.

A good coach will help you:

  • Get clear about where you’re headed
  • Stay on track
  • Challenge you to be the best you can be
  • Support you when things get a little sideways


What does coaching actually look like?

As your coach we would meet roughly once a week via phone (or Skype video web conferencing which is free). It doesn’t matter where you’re located as long as you have phone or WiFi access. I’ve had clients in Central America and Europe. We’ll spend about an hour helping you get clarity about what you want and where you want to be headed. We’ll talk about what obstacles may be in the way and then develop strategies that fit for you.

This isn’t a cookie cutter mold or course. This is a custom tailored program that works specifically for you, your goals and the type of person you are.

We’ll co-create strategies that fit for you.

We’ll co-create practices that fit for you.

We’ll use our time together to benefit YOU.

Bottom line — In our coaching calls you’ll get:

  • Clarity about where you’re headed and what you truly care about
  • Challenge to step into this greater possibility
  • Accountability to actually follow through
  • Support for helping you get through the rough bits

Between meetings you’ll be taking action, getting things done and gaining momentum. You will no longer be stuck in the weeds. You will no longer be “wandering alone in the desert.”


How long does coaching last?

I coach clients for at least three months and sometimes for a year or more. It’s not uncommon for a client to reach a certain place and realize they want me in their corner to help them accomplish more.


But what about “the risk”?

There is risk involved in starting a coaching program.

And I’m willing to take on all of it.

If you and I decide to work together, I’ll refund your entire first month if you’re not satisfied after the first (3) meetings.

In other words, if you’re not happy with how or where things are headed after our first (3) meetings, I’ll refund your entire payment and we’ll move along. No hard feelings.


So here are the basics:

  • A (1) hour phone call 4 times a month — just the two of us
  • Email contact in between sessions
  • Full refund for the first month if you’re not satisfied after the first (3) meetings


Think about it…

>> Where could you be 3, 6 or 12 months from now if you had someone who was willing to supportively call bullsh*t on how you are playing small or settling for less?

>> Where could you be 3, 6 or 12 months from now if you had the clarity and direction for stepping into your potential?

>> Where could you be 3, 6 or 12 months from now if you had to show up each week and be accountable for the change you want to make in your life?


And one more thing…

We will have FUN.

There’s no reason why this stuff has to be dry, dull or burdensome. I strive to help you find the path that invigorates and energizes you. What’s the point of doing this stuff if it doesn’t make life more enjoyable and meaningful?


Here’s what to do

If you’re interested in working with me:

(1) Click here to fill out the application
(2) I’ll check it out and if it feels like we could be a good fit…
(3) I’ll contact you directly and set up a free consultation
(4) In the free 30 minute consultation we’ll ask each other questions and make sure we’re on the same page
(5) After that, if we’re still a go we’ll schedule our first official coaching meeting


Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.


Thanks, and I look forward to hearing from you.

Tripp Lanier