It's never to late to be who you might have been.

- George Eli


We get stuck in a rut of making and breaking promises to ourselves to cut back or quit.                                           

I experienced these ups and downs for over 30 years, but I finally found the way to take back complete control.

You can too.

My mission is to help as many people as possible transform their relationship with alcohol and take back control of their lives permanently.

The key is your thoughts.

I’ll show you how to change them, eliminate your cravings for alcohol, and change your life.


This is my story...


All too often, I’d find myself lying on the couch with a beer in my hand and numb to the world.

The nightly need I felt to drink so I could take a break from my life was causing more stress than it was relieving. 

So, I’d make a promise to myself to cut back or quit, but I couldn’t keep it. 

My willpower always ran out, and I would end up right back where I started.

I’d be hungover, disappointed, confused, and I hate to say it but ashamed too. 

Sometimes I managed to break free of the cycle for a little while.

But I always ended up right back where I didn’t want to be, on the couch with a beer in my hand and numb to the world.

Why can’t I control this like everybody else?

Why can’t I fix this?

Is there something wrong with me?

This was the routine at my house for more than thirty years.

I had a promising career and made good money, but there were too many rough patches where I drank more than I wanted to.

During the lows, I would make the minimal amount of effort necessary in everything from work to my family life.

If I wasn’t keeping myself busy at work or doing stuff around the house, you’d find me on the couch in a deep, distant haze.


Suddenly everything changed.

My wife told me she had signed me up to talk to a life coach.

I didn’t know what the hell a life coach was, and my first reaction was defensive.

I told her I didn’t want or need any help, but there was no way to deny the facts.

I wasn’t having any success changing quitting on my own, and I was suffering a lot of the time. 

Over the years, I tried many different ways to take control, but nothing worked.

I had seen psychologists, psychiatrists, and therapists.

I had been to AA meetings and read dozens of self-help books.

I even tried meditation, yoga, and seeing a medium, but nothing brought the lasting relief I was searching for.

I was confused and beginning to feel a little desperate.

I didn’t tell my wife this, but a part of me wanted to believe this coaching thing might be the answer.

Lucky for me, she didn’t give up and insisted I try it.

So after the initial resistance, I agreed to meet with this so-called life coach online once a week for the next six weeks.

I honestly can’t believe I can say this, but…


It was the easiest, most worthwhile thing I’ve ever done.

I wanted to make a significant transformation, so I was willing to do the work, be honest with myself, and use everything I learned.

My desire to drink quickly disintegrated as I chose new thoughts that challenged and changed the false beliefs I had that… 

  • Alcohol relieves my stress.
  • I’ll be bored and feel deprived if I quit.
  • I need to drink to enjoy myself.
  • I need to drink to distance myself from my uncomfortable thoughts and my past.


I no longer have any need or desire to numb myself with alcohol or avoid any part of my life, past or present.

There isn’t a thought, feeling, or experience I’m trying to avoid.

It’s the exact opposite.

I’m more engaged in every aspect of my life, and every relationship I have has improved. 

My desire to drink alcohol has completely evaporated, and I am free again.


I sleep better every night, and I feel better every day.

I have more energy than ever before, and I no longer feel anxious.

I’ve lost 34 pounds, I’m not spending any money on booze, and I started my own business, so my bank account looks better than it ever has too.

Making this one change has improved every single aspect of my life, and I know there’s no chance I’ll ever go back to where I was before.

It’s as if a whole new world has opened up to me.

I wanted and needed to transform my relationship with alcohol, but I never expected the difference it would make could be this profound.

But the most meaningful transformation I created is the relationship I have with myself.

I love myself and my life again.


After a lifetime of looking for a way to regain control of my drinking, how could I not share this powerful process and help other people like me?

I’ve dedicated myself to helping people free themselves from their desire for alcohol and the pain, confusion, and shame they experience.

I’m proud to say that I’m here to help you too.

I want to show you how to free yourself from the false prison you think you’re trapped in.

The thoughts you choose and the behavior patterns you’ve developed can make it feel like there’s no escape.

I know this because I was trapped there too. 

I did and felt everything you have done and felt.

I tried everything, but nothing worked except this.


The same key you used to lock yourself in that prison is the one that will set you free.

I would be honored to be the one to show you how to use that very same key to free yourself to have the life you’ve always wanted.

The key is your thoughts.

Let me show you how to change them, eliminate your desire for alcohol, and change your life.