WHAT PATTERNS CONTROL YOUR 

FROM BEFORE YOU WERE BORN

Your heartbeat is the first pattern you knew, followed by walking and then tying your shoes.  Language, Math, Music, Social Interaction - these are all patterns too.  You learn, unlearn, and relearn patterns in two ways.  Either you teach yourself, or you're shaped by your surroundings.  Whether it's by teachers in the traditional sense, or through direct experience.  This is how you develop your individual assets, and your liabilities.

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NOW, ABOUT YOUR CURRENT PATTERNS...

Did you know most people develop cavities on one side of their mouth more often because of the pattern in which they brush their teeth?  If one simple change could affect oral hygiene...what could one small change to your financial, emotional, physical, or social patterns do for you?  

That's what this work is about - discovering the one change that can change everything. 

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WHAT IS IT?

THE QUESTION SO POWERFUL, THAT IT TRANSFORMS LIVES AND CAREERS IN AN INSTANT.  

 

AND, BECAUSE OF THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 I'M OFFERING YOU THE ANSWER FOR FREE.

 

LET'S PLAY A GAME:  7 Truths and a Lie

Gregory has:
  • Played Ice Hockey with NHL Greats (he's a goalie)

  • Crashed a Broadway Audition for RENT; and wound up making it through to the final round

  • Flown in a single-engine plane over the Kalahari Desert.

  • Led the New Year's Day Parade through the streets of London on January 1, 2000. ​

  • ​Spent 3 months in complete and total silence.

  • Has done tequila shots with Cedric the Entertainer

  • Pitched Daymond John, and then went drinking with Marc Cuban's flight crew in Dallas, TX.

  • Has dined at The White House with President George H. W. Bush

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Gregory Offner

Which One Is The Lie? 

Let's see if you're right...

 
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COACHING PACKAGE (12 SESSIONS)

"Greg consistently provided insight and asked questions which unlocked my ability to get creative and develop solutions that were truly mine"

—  Oliver Biessel, Exec. Director

 
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