Achieve Success Without Sacrifice
You’re an intellectual leader who enjoys challenging others and being challenged. You’re not content to talk about the latest sports results or what beer may be best at your next BBQ. You’d prefer to spend time with people who inspire you and are dedicated to their own personal growth.
Are you passionate about your work and your life?
Are you dedicated to personal and professional growth?
Do you enjoy conversations that challenge your way of thinking or challenge others?
Do you enjoy challenging the status quo?
If you said yes to any of the above, then chances are you’re feeling isolated too. Plenty of people want to please you and say yes to your ideas, but most aren’t willing to challenge you, to help you see things you simply cannot see for yourself.
If that’s true, then we might make a great team.
I will challenge your way of thinking, I will help you to see the world differently, I will help you to see things you cannot see, to help you achieve more than you thought possible. I will help you solve bigger problems and make a bigger impact in the world.
I am passionate about serving military veterans—and other top performers—who have sacrificed a great deal to get where they are today.
If you would like to get to your NEXT level of success as a leader—WITHOUT the sacrifice—you and I should have a conversation…
1-on 1 Coaching
If you’re ready to achieve more than you thought possible, ready to be challenged in new ways and dream bigger.
If you want to experience new levels of success, without the sacrifice, I’m confident we can help you to do just that and we should have a conversation.
I’m unafraid to challenge you, and unlike many coaches, I’m going to tell you the things you need to hear, not just what you want to hear.
1-on-1 coaching isn’t a revolving door program. Coaching with me is designed to truly challenge your way of thinking and being, not just to overcome the challenges you present, but to dig much deeper into understanding the challenges beyond what you’re experiencing now.
I’m dedicated to long-term transformation to really help you experience new levels of success in your work, and in your life.
I only take on a small number of clients to ensure that our time together is the most important focus, that you receive the attention you deserve and I can fully be present with each of my clients.
If you’re interested in coaching, I invite you to submit your application today, then we’ll schedule a call to see if we’re a great fit to work together or not work together. Either way, I’m committed to ensuring you get the most from our time together in our first session.
My name is Dan Woerheide…
What most people know about me is that I spent more than 16 years serving in the United States military.
I’ve been doing strategic analysis—and supporting and challenging leaders (and the status quo)—my entire life.
I’ve been a Senior instructor in Signals Intelligence, training soldiers to examine and analyze foreign communications and activity.
I have been responsible for aerial reconnaissance, radar intelligence and counterintelligence. I served in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Germany.
What most people also know about me is that I am a marketing and storytelling expert. I help business owners with all aspects of growing their business.
What most people DON’T know about me is that I am a Nationally Certified Victim Advocate.
For 11 years, I was responsible for leading change in the Army through advocacy services provided to survivors of sexual assault.
I helped deliver comprehensive training to thousands of military personnel, senior leaders and civilians in Sexual Assault and Sexual Harrassment Response and Prevention.
What most people don’t know about me is that I am a volunteer financial coach and have served with organizations like Carried to Full Term, a non-profit that provides long-term housing to pregnant and homeless women.
I am also a volunteer at Veterati and the Veterans of Foreign Wars, where I support veterans and military spouses with my business, marketing, and other experiences.
What I don’t want most people to know about me:
As a young boy, I observed as my mother raising three strong men, mostly alone. I watched as she worked hard to provide for us and often questioned how we would get the next payment, clothes for school, and take part in class trips that cost quite a lot for us. But I remember we never went without. My mother sacrificed so much in making a way for her children.
Like many people, I want to be seen and heard, yet secretly I fear being seen and heard. I have a history of sabotaging what could be for me. I was the class clown; I would disrupt life for others because of the attention and how I thought people would see me as a leader. (Turns out, that’s not the best way).
What else don’t I really want people to know:
I was a high school dropout, later finishing my G.E.D (General Education Diploma) and I have spent most of my life chasing what I envisioned as success through hard work, discipline, and a desire to prove something to the world. But I didn’t need to. I needed to prove something to myself.
For most of my life I’ve been searching for who I was supposed to be, what I was supposed to do, how I was supposed to act to fit in, to be successful, to make more money, to be someone I wasn’t.
Once I learned how to live more authentically, more aware of who I am, embrace my own weirdness, I finally felt free.
If you want to know more about what I’m afraid to tell people, what I don’t want you to know, let’s have a conversation.