Executive Coach and Motivational Speaker Chris M. King works with professional men, women, and teams to facilitate the mind-shift necessary to achieve Authentic High Output (AHO) and become true high-performers for long-term, sustainable success.
With an education in spiritual psychology and “accidental” education in neuroscience and neurobiology, Chris changes the way clients relate to their worlds, and subsequently their brain chemistry, to achieve a state of transient hypofrontality (a.k.a. “flow” or “the zone”) where they can experience exponential increases in performance and creative thinking.
As a motivational speaker, Chris has an irreverent style and discusses how to remove the barriers that prevent goal attainment. Clients and audiences experience benefits in the areas of: work/life balance, efficiency, motivation, self-sabotage, Sudden Success Syndrome, hostile work environments.
Chris is honored to work with and support organizations and thought leaders dedicated to The Men’s Movement and also to women’s issues. As a thought leader, Chris is committed to addressing the issues of conscious masculinity. He is an “initiated man” and volunteer for Mankind Project International, is a contributing author for The Good Men Project, and consults on personal development programs such as Zen Warrior Training®.
Chris works with boys and men of all ages, including coaching for Project Bully Buster, working with teens as they navigate the challenges of adolescence. He has a particular specialty working with professional men and women with on the issue of Peter Pan Syndrome. He also addresses online dating for singles groups and, as a panelist for Allison Armstrong’s Understanding Men seminars, Chris candidly answers the questions women have hesitated to ask men.
Born and raised in Santa Monica, CA, Chris is an avid hiker and outdoor enthusiast, and he enjoys participating in extreme obstacle courses like the Spartan Race and the Tough Mudder, supporting the Wounded Warrior Project. He is also a supporter of the US Special Olympics and the American Red Cross. He is currently working on his first book.