Are you trying to figure out what is true for you?
Do you wish you could live your life in an authentic way, incorporating practices that you know you need?
Do you want to be the one in charge of and leading your own life?
Work with Tom Kelley to improve what matters most to you – be it your career, your relationships or your health – He will have you looking at things from new perspectives, speaking your truth, and actually feeling alive and IN THE GAME.
Tom’s experience is an admirable blend of contrasts. He had a solid career in national sales despite his complete inability to bulls*%t his way to success. He was on great sales teams and lousy ones, distilling the best aspects of leadership and human behavior from a tough profession.
Previous to that Tom achieved the highly regarded rank of Captain in the U.S. Marine Corps and led military units around the world, learning and experiencing the Warriors Creed from one of the most legendary organizations in history.
Tom’s background also includes a thorough and valuable collection of integrative life coaching skills. He is schooled in the transformational impact of diet, having graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York with a Certificate in Health Counseling. He has also completed four levels of certification in Compassionate Integration Counseling with healing arts pioneer, Tom Monte. He has studied and sat in ceremony with Ecuadorian Shaman in the Amazon jungle, and gone deep into the teachings of Deida, Tolle, Myss, Perkins and many others.
All this prepared him wonderfully to fully experience his biggest hurdle yet: a diagnosis of Aplastic Anemia, a potentially fatal blood disease. Tom spent a full month in isolation in Sloan Kettering Hospital undergoing a bone-marrow transplant. His recovery has been helped and accelerated by an amazing support team, healthy food, and Tai Chi.
When Tom isn’t facilitating Life Leaders Forum events or counseling others, he enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, as well as helping wellness organizations achieve their vision.
What Would You Do?
See Tom’s compassion in action, featured on the national TV show What Would You Do?