Hope Drive: Individual High Performance Coaching and Therapy
No one escapes difficulty. We all face challenges, problems, trials, and experiences we did not intend in life. At times it is difficult to have hope and keep going down the road when you don’t feel like it. This lack of hope impacts personal and professional life performance. It tends to generate anxiety, lack of confidence, little joy and satisfaction in life.
Kip has more than 20 years of experience helping individuals from grade school to adult with a wide variety of life and professional experiences and struggles. Clients have gone from giving up on life to achieving more than they previously thought possible. Kip believes High Performance is not limited to an athlete, corporate executive, or season professional, but it applies to ALL people in each aspect of life no matter their age.
Kip guides clients to improve beliefs, habits, and tools to go beyond the norm of their typical results and life encounters to create consistency over the long term in six main areas of life—psychology, physiology, productivity, people, purpose, and presence.
This is a holistic approach to life coaching and therapy. It is distinctive. And, it is more comprehensive than focusing on one specific goal area or problem. Clients encounter a total life transformation and alignment leading to high performance at home as well as at work. Such an approach helps clients discover deep insights and major breakthroughs following a proven plan to accelerate growth and improvement.
Benefits of Hope Drive Individual High Performance Coaching and Therapy
- Improve ability to reach heightened and sustain levels of performance in life
- Find and increase purpose, joy, and fulfillment
- Improve mental and physical stamina to perform your best
- Increase confidence and limit anxiety
- Enhance habits, tools, and beliefs to achieve success
- Reach heightened levels of influence with family, friends, and colleagues
- Generate greater focus and minimize distractions
- Elevate energy to accomplish goals, feel motivated and happy
- Obtain weekly improvement plans and insights gained
- Improve communications and relationships with family, friends, and colleagues
- Decrease stress levels, maintain priorities, and excel under pressure
How This Works
- Enrollment strategy session to assess if qualified and good fit to work with Kip
- Decide package of High Performance Coaching and Therapy (see below)
Pick Your Hope Performance Coaching and Therapy Option:
- Monthly High Performance club membership – weekly online web-based group session
- One-on-One High Performance Coaching sessions - web-session, phone, or in-office session
- Group High Performance Training web-based or on-site
If you think this sounds like something that might be a good fit then next your step is to schedule a brief phone conversation with me to confirm some details & answer your questions. I can be reached in several ways but the fastest ways are phone and appointment request form. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you improve your performance!
I can be reached at 214-543-4108. Because I'm constantly in session with other athletes I may not answer the phone so leave me a voice-mail with your name, a phone number you will answer, I promise you that I will return your call within 24-48 hours.
Appt. Request Form
You know the drill! Fill in the form, click "Submit" and I'll call you within 24-48 hours. Improving your overall performance is only that far away!
About Kip Rodgers
Every day, I read the headlines about athletes who struggle and end up making poor choices. Memorable headlines include Junior Seau and Johnny Manziel. Recent headlines include the horrific abuse in USA Gymnastics and the suicide of a D1 quarterback at Washington State.
The banners I read show athletes get arrested, released, benched, sustain career-ending injuries, and get taken advantage of by others. And, on occasion, an athlete makes the drastic choice to take their life leaving behind stunned teammates, family, friends, and fans.
This drives me. It wakes me up every day with purpose. Why? At 15, I was one of those athletes contemplating suicide...