In the few minutes I spent to get to know Jeff my biggest take away was that he is a man of intentionality. When I asked if there was something that he had not completed on his bucket list, he pulled up a resource that he began when he was 30 called the Top 100 Things I want to Do. At the top of the list, to be the type of man his children would be & parents would have been proud of. Jeff’s passion for travel created several entries, including wanting to visit Spain & Greece. He also shared that his love of travel is not just the places that he visits but the shared experiences w/ those he’s w/& meeting of new people which he eventually makes friends that are now manyfar & wide! The List has an unspoken rule, try not to repeat things twice. However, a concession is made when it comes to the Rolling Stones (which he has now seen 5 times). His greatest life challenge was having to reinvent himself after being released from a 30-year job in his mid 50’s which eventually led him to the launching of his coaching career. When I asked a few of Jeff’s clients for tidbits, I learned, he likes stout beer over craft & that he has genuine care and concern not just for his clients but for people. Part of his formula for helping his clients is work on their business not just in them. It is my pleasure to introduce our coach Jeff Bartholomew.