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Perspective Taking is Your Problem.
The maladaptive habit that gets in the way of clarity, purpose, leadership, legacy, and money.

–> Unstick your relationship with money.
–> Act on your reason for existence.
–> Create your legacy before you die.

Live interactive video session with Q&A
1 hour Interview & Discussion
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Video Workshop with Rob McNamara

*FREE*

Along with the Video you’ll get these follow-up materials from Rob:

-> PDF of Extended Q&A with Rob
-> Life Clarification Practice
-> Invitation to Rob’s Mastermind for Coaches

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Rob McNamara is a leading expert on adult development and human performance, a developmental coach and consultant, and a faculty member with Ten Directions. Rob’s expertise includes the intersection of integral practice, adult development, human performance and integral strength training.

Through his private practice in Boulder, CO, he works with a broad range of clients including executives, professionals, undergraduate and graduate students, and athletes ranging from high school to Olympic and professional world champions. Rob received his Masters in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University and his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Susquehanna University. His books include The Elegant Self and Strength to Awaken.

Praise for Rob’s Advanced Training for Coaches

Rob McNamara is a master who has integrated a tremendous amount of knowledge and makes it applicable for the experienced coach. This work is essential for the complexities most business leaders face today!

Amy Pasquale

Great balance of theory, practice and experimentation. As a result of this course I have a felt sense of how developmental distinctions contribute to the coaching relationship. I have several heuristics to put into practice in my own growth and development process as well as in work contexts. And Rob’s coaching gave me a developmental reframe for an ongoing personal challenge.

Lisa Norton