Dr. Jack Allen is the Founder of Dynamic Coaching in Austin. He focuses on developing the mindset and soft skills that lead to success in all areas of life. Not just financial success, but relationships, health, career, even spirituality. He has built 11 successful organizations, and coached over 750 clients.

He knows the mindset, ethics, motivational tactics, neuroscience, and practical skills necessary to find successful, abundant living. Jack is Adjunct Professor of Business Ethics at Concordia University Texas, and trains examiners for the Ethics in Business and Community Award. His Ph.D. is in Ethics and Managerial Psychology with emphases in cultural reconciliation and economics.

As a keynote, Jack has delighted over 100,000 people (and annoyed quite a few) with audiences in every major US city as well as Ireland, Kenya, Rwanda, and Guatemala. He’s a funny, candid, thought-provocateur.


His money-back guarantee sets the industry standard for integrity.

Fun Facts

  • Jack is happily married (still!) to his high school sweetheart. (He gave her a money-back guarantee too.)
  • He has two grown children and a dog who really like him.
  • He flunked out of college, got back in and made the Dean's List. 
  • He once visited the world’s largest slum where he taught 2nd graders to read.
  • He grew up orange-headed in Austin, Texas, USA, which he always felt gave him a huge advantage.


  • SME: organizational culture development, ethics, neuroscientific motivation
  • Ph.D. in ethics and managerial psychology
  • Board Certified Coach
  • Over 1,500 keynotes to over 100,000 people
  • Over 750 clients
  • Delivery in every major US city and international settings
  • Experience in corporations, academia, nonprofits, and churches
  • 2010 Baldrige Award (with K&N Management)
  • 2010 Ethics in Business and Community Award
  • 2015 Individual Finalist, Ethics in Business and Community Award


  • Success
  • Corporate Culture
  • Personal Development 


Belief is a decision. Belief is action. Belief is the first step to success. 

That's why your beliefs are very important to me. Your beliefs are your values. Your culture (family or company) are the collective actions of a group (so, culture is a collection of people's beliefs).

You can get an idea of what someone believes by observing their actions, and by knowing someone's beliefs, you can predict their actions. The same is true of an organizational culture--know their beliefs and you know what they'll do.

When it's easier to do the right thing, A person is more successful, and the culture is Awesome.

When a group shares values, their behaviors align, and the culture is healthier and more resilient, especially in tough times. Of course, you could say the same thing for a drug cartel, but it's hard to consider them nice, isn't it? We assume that you want your organization to do some good as well as to make some money. 

Core Values

  • Belief. Belief is action. Tell me what you believe and we know what you'll do.
  • Mindset. You can't do everything with a positive mindset, but you can do a whole lot more than you can with a negative one.
  • Honesty. Honesty allows faster, more complete problem solving.
  • Resourcefulness. Resourceful people find a way to get things done. 
  • Personal responsibility. Don't blame others for the reality you created.
  • Respect. Like honesty, respect is on all the time, and there's no discussion. Even rotten people can be treated with respect, and sometimes, they respond positively.  
  • Fairness. Treat everyone the same way, which is nicely. You can disrespect a fool internally and still be nice to him.
  • Justice. Join a cause to make the world better. I suggest the fight against human trafficking, but you do what interests you.
  • Environmental care. Not just planetary environmentalism, include home and work space. If your place looks like crap, fix it.
  • Giving back to your community. (A few of the community organizations I give back to are listed on my referrals page.)