My overall purpose with this site is to help, encourage, and coach those who struggle to keep it all afloat in this valley of endless work and non-stop demands on your time. I am very passionate about the need for balance, and feel we are seriously in a state of crisis — where the increasing speed of change and degree of complexity, combined with 24/7 availability is making it very difficult for the average person to cope on a day to day basis. A simple example is that of a car being driven too fast for too long – eventually something is going to break.

My blog provides a bit of a history of surfing (see About), along with an overview of what I have learned over the past 25 years of working in high tech marketing in Silicon Valley.  It will eventually lead to a book, which I plan to publish around the storyline of how I view the work/life balance challenge.

Why a “Christian perspective” on achieving work/life balance?
If you’ve seen my tagline (“A Christian perspective on work/life balance”), you might be wondering…  While my passion for helping people in the work/life balance struggle in Silicon Valley has led me to the coaching profession, I do look at the world through the eyes of a Christian who believes the Bible is the true word of God.  I want to be very up front about that.  However, I do not believe my clients need to hold Christian beliefs to receive value from my coaching. It is simply the lens through which I view the world.  And I do not coach only in the realm of work/life balance issues, it just happens to be a passion of mine that I frequently blog about.

And finally, this picture is the only one I have of dad surfing – taken at Malibu circa 1949 by Doc Ball. Of note is that it is an in-the-water shot, which was quite revolutionary back in those days (see About “dad” for more on that).