The Writer – The Books

When I get that dinner party question, “Hello Jeff, what do you do?”
I answer simply, I Build Confident Leaders.

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In my work as a Leadership Coach, I have had the privilege to learn much from those I Coach. It is this learning which finally brought me to the beautiful place where I would write.

A friend challenged me to retreat and determine what I wanted to write about … and why. I took the challenge and spent 2 days alone in a mountain retreat center answering those great questions.

I did decide what to write about, and why it was so important to me.

Link Pic 125The metaphor of ‘wading the stream of awareness’ became my motivation for writing about what was so important; your confidence.

Judging self crushes the spirit. This keeps us from reaching out into the world as we are meant to do – and keeps us from being who we are meant to be.

Who you are and how that shows up is meant to show itself in a natural flow.

What makes this happen – greases the skids if you will – is when we realize that our confidence in this flow is found in who we really are; our wiring from the beginning.

I wish for you complete joy in The Wade!

“While ancient in its purpose, the stream is presently focused. I practice in the stream’s presence mindful only of the moments that flow by as I wade in its wisdom.” -The Stream as Force; Chapter One: Impact

“There are rich gifts in this book—golden nuggets for us to discover and treasure as we step with new awareness into the stream of our living.” —Gordon Turnbull, Minister, Writer, Encourager

The Peace of The Stream


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In working one-on-one with leaders through the years, I’ve been led to a depth of work rich with experience, an immersion into connection filled with the rhythm of contemplation, poetry, and love.

Thanks to Mayra Porrata of Soul Publishing Group for encouraging this composition out of me! And thanks to Dan Roller for the rhythm around which this was written.

I hope you find deep encouragement for your inner leader; drawing such leadership out into a needy world.


What is the deeper context to which this work has led me?

This beautiful question brought me into conscious presence with where I then stood, in the middle of the flow of my own Trueness.

Trueness is your authentic self, from the beginning, with colors and hues on an original palette, simply waiting to be stroked into beautiful, present being by the dance and dialogue of artist and canvas.

In this book, I hope to encourage your Trueness, to offer words facilitating your unique impact in this world. For your Trueness is your rhythm, a poetic energy so needed in the world today.

As my friend Dan puts it, to know Trueness is, “To find the poetry in our work so that we can love our work and, most importantly, love others as we do our work.”



Learning to lead authentically begins within, at the unique source of Trueness.

Trueness is the poetic rhythm of an original voice, a resonance freed by experience and flowing ith the impact of presence.

I desire that you know the rhythm of Trueness, and my intent is that this book will bless you with the poetic presence of journey. The authentic pulse of your Trueness draws our trust to your brand of leadership love.


Regardless of age, your Trueness is intact. Regardless of the practical experience you may yet require, or may already have, what is needed to empower authentic leadership is right there inside you, now!

The rhythm of your own Trueness calls you into a work with varying expressions, each spoken from the voice given you since the beginning. It is through these expressions, and maybe because of them, that your rhythm is washed into the open. Reality, what is it? Answering this could, I’m sure, fill volumes. But for the purposes of falling in love with it, reality is somewhere in the realm of letting go:not having the need to grasp at things, in a manner where holding on is damaging to self and others. Letting go, we learn to see within the unfolding of it all, and now know how to lead in a needy world.

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