Most frequent questions and answers
A: Our society’s addiction to short-term results has created a culture focused on quick fixes.
I offer an alternative based designing strategies for long-term success.
I help professional sports institutions evolve high performing systems, guiding the alignment of their leadership teams and development of their top talent, without killing the human beings along the way.
A: In view that I am trained and licensed as a clinical psychologist and am a former pro athlete, I’m often asked if I work as a sport psychologist.
The answer is no. However, I strongly support the work they do.
Rather than thinking of my work as an organizational function (e.g.,sport director, head coach, trainer, physical conditioning specialist, etc), I partner with the executive leadership to create a high performance culture for the organization.
A: Yes, I love working world-wide. Though I have lived in the US most of my life, I was raised in Colombia by a multi-cultural family. I am strongly rooted in Latin American culture. My clients live all over the world and I speak both English and Spanish fluently.
A: The first step is to connect with my representative to determine if it makes sense to have a conversation with me. His name is Julian Ortiz and you can contact him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org The other way is to fill out the “Let’s Talk” form on this site which will get to him right away.
A: Please refer to the Services section for fees on seminars, workshops, assessments, and keynotes. Fees on consulting services are dependent on unique club needs and depth of demand.
A: In view of my clients’ permanent public and media exposure, confidentiality is a cornerstone of trust in my practice. I am ethically and legally committed to protecting all my clients’ privacy. Unless we agree to do so, I do not publically share information about who my clients are.