Hey there! You might be here because I have handed you a chapstick business card or because we've connected on LinkedIn. Thanks for stopping by! Pictured above is my hometown neighborhood in Lander, WY.
People are my ultimate curiosity. I have experience in change management and with startups. Take a look at my resume.
People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.
I work in the Denver tech startup scene. Most people know me as Jake from SyncHR. I am the Sr. Change Management Consultant for a company that is revolutionizing the way businesses manage their human capital data.
A few years ago I discovered mindfulness and it changed the course of my life. I learned how to live in the moment and to recognize when those small, subtle, signs try to pull you in the right direction. Not long after, I began my Masters in Industrial Organizational Psychology at SNHU, online. Around the same time, I landed a job at my first tech startup.
I began an exciting career in change management. Ironically, change management was exactly what I was studying in my degree. The thing is, learning on the job was the best experience I could have asked for. Within two and a half years I was promoted to Sr. Change Management Consultant and had redesigned the way we approached change management with our customers.
People are my ultimate curiosity. I enjoy studying why people do the things they do and what makes them tick. My ultimate goal in life, is to help individuals and organizations run happily and efficiently.
In March 2019 I will graduate with my Masters! If you would like to connect, please send me an email below.
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Mindfulness has taught me that life is best lived in the moment. Each breath is a new chance to begin again.
Enrolled In 26 courses on Udemy.com... After I graduate, I'm most excited to learn about neuro-linguistic programming and how to play the electric guitar.
Hiking is my weakness. Luckily, Colorado has an endless amount of hiking trails and scenic wonders all over the state.
My current outlandish theory, is that you should be your own best friend. Giving a friend advice is much easier than taking your own advice, right? Change that, be your own best friend.
Life is too short to not connect with others. At times, that might just be a quick joke exchanged in the elevator.
Every morning at 4:45am you will find me half awake but in the gym. My morning routine is sacred and I attribute much of my success to these few graceful hours.