Hungry people hire me to help them feel 7-figure success in all areas of life.


Many start a business. Others learn to excel and fall in love with a high paying career. Take your revenue, attitude, and results high enough that you never again wonder, "Is this it?" Never again feel like life is passing you by. You'll sing about life in every area

Is this you? You work while someone else profits?

  • Too many hours not having fun?
  • Not enough money to pay debts, get ahead, or enjoy life?
  • Exhausting, expanding workload (and waistline from not enough time to exercise)?
  • Too little time with kids, family, significant other? What's that?
  • Glass ceiling got you trapped?
  • Unending stress?
  • Incompetent, demanding, disrespectful boss?
  • Office politics and drama?
  • Weekend interruptions, calls, emails?
  • Dwindling benefits?
  • Boring or nonexistent development program?
  • Sick feeling on Sunday night knowing what's coming your way Monday?
  • Threat of layoffs?
  • Constant, nit-picky rules and oversight?
  • Goals that make no sense or are impossible to achieve?
  • Bickering at home followed by bickering at work--a spiral of gloom?
  • Cut throat environment where doing the right thing goes unrewarded?
  • Making money, but don’t have time to enjoy it?

This is not the American Dream! Read my post on what is.

That was me for far too long. I feared failure, feared success, sabotaged the good things in my life, and focused on the junk. Then it changed. Slowly at first as I tried and failed at different tactics. I wish I'd known then what I know now, which is this: you don't have to stay in the rat race!

Now, my clients hear someone ask about their work, health, relationship, or spiritual life, and they respond, "Wow. I feel like a million bucks in every area." Except net worth--that tends to increase to more like $5 million plus.

jack has built 11 successful organizations and learned from some epic failures. he's trained over 150 entrepreneurs to launch and scale, and helped over 750 clients find the good life.

He’s learned the mindset, ethics, motivational tactics, neuroscience, and practical skills necessary to successful, abundant living. His “no BS” approach gives fast, actionable results, not hazy woo-woo.

As a keynote, he's delighted over 100,000 people and pissed off at least that many with audiences in every major US city as well as Ireland, Kenya, Rwanda, and Guatemala. He’s a funny, candid, thought-provocateur.

Confidence Builder

I was featured in the book Confidence. I'm happy to offer you a free copy of my chapter here. 

I cannot win The Ethics in Business and Community Award. Neither can my wife. Kids can't, sisters can't; dang it, my mom can't even win it and she's a sweet old Nana. That's because I oversee the vetting process and train the examiners. It would be a conflict of interest to have anyone really close to me nominated. 

I keep a very stout wall of separation between myself and the voting. I do not vote. Nor do I nudge the voters in any direction.

I can, however, tell you how to have award-winning ethics.

I can tell you how to build a business that will do things right and last as long as you're not stupid. 

If you'd like to discuss your business goal (which should be something like making a boatload of money without stepping on people along the way), click here.

You will make more money, save money, and save time.


Why I Do It



I do my job because people pay me to do my job.

"Why do you do it" is probably the dumbest question I've ever heard. Let me ask you a few good questions.

How's it feel when somebody says, "Thank you," and they mean it? How's it feel when you receive applause for your effort? What do you feel like when your wife or husband says she or he is glad they married you because you provide and you know you aren't an irresponsible jerk? How about when your kids get to go to better schools, and your vacations are fun? How about when Thanksgiving rolls around and you aren't worried about buying Christmas presents, and family drama is a thing of the past? Or when the car breaks down and you no longer worry about the bill to fix it? 

The best reason? The best, best, best reason I do my job?

Because I said I would. 

I hate with all that is in me that 70% of Americans dislike their jobs. And I love, love, love seeing them pay me a bunch of money to help them grow a fantastic career and a life where they never again have to kiss up to a loser boss.

This is America. We build stuff. Let's go.

Personal Stuff

I came from a, well, let’s just say, my family did not function as we all hoped it would. My mom was single for a while and she worked a steady job to make sure my sister and I had what kids need. My grandparents were a huge help.

My dad was helpful in different ways. He was a bookie and the coolest guy I ever watched walk into a room. Unfortunately, he also had a tough time keeping promises, but Lord Jesus, he taught me some helpful stuff, and he loved us hard. My step-dad was a provider (he worked a lot). My boyhood ranged from getting yelled at for leaving my shoes lying around to hanging out in bars collecting money from people who lost a bet to my dad. 

Like most people, growing up included some good, some bad, and we can say that ethics ranged along the way. But that’s not the end of the story.

My grandfather taught me how to work my butt off and how to enjoy time off. He taught me that education cannot be taken away, to treat girls with respect, to live within my means, and to stay away from lying, cheating, and stealing. Papa told me, “You don’t owe anybody anything unless you tell them you’ll do it. Then, whatever it is, you owe them a debt to get it done. Pay your debts.” Pretty simple, right?

That's why I do my job.

My wife's family functioned so well that I wanted to join them. That and they fed me. Her Dad is a business leader. He taught integrity and the value of hard work. (There it is again.) Interestingly, "Poppit" knew my grandfather, and he knew me before my wife was born. (So it kind of cracks me up when people don't see God moving stuff around for their benefit.) 

I had other teachers, coaches, and mentors, many of whom I paid to help me understand the skills I’d need to get ahead. When I was 20, I paid a local businessman (Lewis Timberlake) to coach me up on life and business. His fee was about 3/4 of my take home pay, so I worked more hours to pay him, my rent, and save for college (see the pattern again?). It worked. I estimate that the $2400 I spent with Lewis (about $9k in today's money) paid me back about $2,000,000. And while Mr. Timberlake has gone to heaven, what he taught me keeps paying dividends. Not a bad investment was it?

Since then, I've learned an incredible lesson. Hard work is not enough. You have to do the right thing, do it well, and do it consistently. That's my system and it's taken me to a level that I could retire today if I want to. But why the hell would I want to?

Would like to look in the mirror and see someone with a great career, phenomenal marriage, beautiful relationships with kids and friends, excellent health, wealth that just keeps growing, and spiritual life that angels envy?

What's your legacy if you check out today? Is that where you want it to be? If not, click another button.


How It Works

the greatest discovery i've made in the last 20 years is that our brains do not know the difference between belief and action.

As soon as a person forms a belief, their brain goes to work to prove it true. If you believe you'll have a bad day, your brain perceives a threat and starts dumping chemicals that make your body want to fight, run away, or freeze up (fight/flight/freeze). Your body responds within seconds to take action aligned with that belief.

Your brain is an incredibly effective filter. If you believe bad things happen to you, your brain will filter out good things to prove you right and you'll see more bad things. Not because your brain is evil or stupid--well, some people really are stupid--but your brain thinks you want bad things to happen and it helps you get it. 

Together, we train your brain to believe in the habits that lead to the good life. I know it works because it worked on me and hundreds of clients since I began researching the elements in 1999, and developing my system with hundreds of clients since 2013. 

We get good habits because you believe it, you desire it, and you take action. Somehow, God takes care of the parts we can't figure out or can't control. I know, that sounds mysterious, and some of this stuff is a bit mysterious, but we keep seeing good things fall in our clients' laps, so we just give God the credit and keep marching forward. 

It was not always this way. The breakthrough came with understanding how the brain works. Specifically, we can alter our perceptions and habits (and this is greatly simplified) by training the brain to get what we want. Interestingly, ethics derives from a Greek word for habits, and for 2,500 years, the point of ethics has been to find the habits that lead to the good life.

Remember all that "think positive" stuff? Well, it turns out that stuff works, but you probably noticed it doesn't work on everyone. It does not work on people who do not believe it will work. With a few simple exercises, however, your beliefs can change to become more positive and helpful based on real evidence from your life. It works on anyone who does the work.

The only people my system did not work for are the ones who didn't do it.

Everyone else has benefited. Matthew found peace. Sherry got out of a bad job and started a new business. John created surprising wealth doing what he loves. Moose got a huge promotion and lost 60 pounds (now he's Small Moose). Shan was unemployed over a year and found her dream job in two months. Samantha broke a cycle of bad relationships and found the man of her dreams. Read the testimonies.


You can build habits to have the good life. It's not mumbo-jumbo or magic. It involves scientifically proven strategies that lead to greater happiness and performance by aligning your habits with what you want. Don't get me wrong, this is work. It's work that produces the results you want, not work to get passed over by the boss's pet--you know what I' mean? This work makes you a 7-figure winner in every area of life.

How to build confidence.

Recently, a German author interviewed me for an international book on confidence (my chapter is available free here). The author asked how fear affects confidence. Those two are at the opposite ends of a continuum. One drives the other out. 

Take a minute and think of something that scares you.

Maybe it's a dark alley, a recurring nightmare, or a disease that runs in the family. Is it that presentation next week, that conversation with a supervisor or customer next month, or that hoped-for promotion next year? Maybe it's leaving a bad relationship or having enough money when you're ready to do something else. Let it sit there in your mind for a minute or two. Feel it? Fear is very powerful.

More than likely you have one of these common fears that keeps you stuck in a crummy job.

  • You feel you're not good enough.
  • You feel you don't have enough (money, time, skill, good looks, whatever).
  • You feel like some unseen force is keeping you down.

We can kick those fears out of your life fast, and keep them out. 

How's that sound?

Unless you're a lying idiot, it sounds pretty dang good to be free from fear. Those fears are keeping you down, and my friend, you cannot get rid of them on your own. Just like an athlete needs a coach to tell her the moves to make, you cannot see what you're doing to yourself, and your brain starts locking up when you try. That's nobody's fault, it's part of the way the brain works.

Your brain starts that whole fight/flight/freeze thing the minute you start thinking about your fears. To be rid of them requires help to relax and let the creative part of the brain go to work (which is what you see happening in the photo in the banner of this page--it's a brain making neural connections).

This is not woo-woo mumbo jumbo bulldookie (Texas word). It's backed up by scientifically proven facts. My doctorate is not in mumbo jumbo, it's in ethics with side helpings of managerial psychology, cultural reconciliation, and economics. Honestly, I don't care dink about magic, the universe, or the vague idea that some fool can wish into a better life. I believe in work based on facts, don't you?

For the last thirty years, I've been learning how to make it easier to do the right thing. I help people develop by using what they're confident of to defeat what they're afraid of. I tried it on myself first, and it worked. I tried it in a company and it worked again. Did it work in a church? It did. Did it work in college and graduate school classrooms? Yep. What about younger, emerging leaders? Yes, again. 

Over three decades, more than 750 people have trusted me to help them find a better life. I've probably worked one-on-one with more Millennials than anyone in my field. I’ve worked with another huge sample of Gen-X and Baby Boomers as well, but most of my experience is with emerging talent. People who lacked experience and, therefore, lacked confidence and found themselves afraid of something. After a few months, they defeated their fears, solved problems more easily, and started achieving their dreams. 

Leverage your gifts, talents, skills, and dreams, and explore energy levels, stresses, and motivators. Take advantage of all your God-given awesomeness and find the good life. 


  • No therapy. No one associated with Dynamic Coaching, LLC is a therapist. I love good therapists. I'm glad they do what they do. I don't want to do therapy, so I don't. Honestly, I think some therapists (and coaches) are just paid friends and a paid friend is a prostitute. I'm not a paid friend, nor do I work nearly as hard as a prostitute.
  • No lawyering. None of us are lawyers, either. Likewise, I love good lawyers and don't attempt to do their jobs.
  • Little advising. This is about what you want. If you ask for advice, I have a lot of experience and a big network to draw from. Of course, if someone says, "Hey, Jack, I want to drink a bottle of tequila and run down Congress Avenue naked!" I will advise against it while kinda hoping they ignore me.
  • Little negativity. We fight negativity when we cannot avoid it. (But we maintain the right to use the spiritual gift of sarcasm, which I have. Snarky is sometimes a wonderful tool. Other times, I need just to shut the hell up.) Seriously, we reframe negative events into positive learning experiences. Even the most negative experience can make you more successful if you learn from it.
  • Nor do we condone acting like “it’s all good” when it’s not good at all. We tell the truth. We take advantage of experiences to uncover deeper personal needs. We do not ignore negative realities, we learn from them.
  • No blaming, unless you agree to "blame good" too. I learned that from Tony Robbins, and he's brilliant. If someone mistreated you, they probably also did something that made you better--let's blame them for the good as much as the bad. And let's be honest, to a great degree, we create our own reality, otherwise, none of us would ever get what we want. Everything would be by chance, and we both know it's more by grace and effort. So blaming others when things don’t go well is not very useful. If you need to vent, “You got two minutes. Go!”
  • No abrogating. You are in charge of your life. We do not let others tell you what you want for your life. Instead, we increase our available resources by questioning conventional methods and social desires. Your mama loves you, but you’re the expert of you.
  • Limited fight, flight, freeze, or knee-jerk reactions. We work together to open up to previously unseen routes to new solutions.
  • Neither workaholism nor laziness. We value hard work—it’s so much fun that we want to save some for tomorrow! We like the rewards of hard work and taking time off to relax is our favorite reward. The brain needs to work and it needs to rest!
  • No taking yourself too seriously. Humor is our ally. If you cannot take candor and humor, do not hire me.