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More About Alan

One of Alan’s favorite scenes from a movie is in Dumb and Dumber when Llyod asks Mary “What are the chances of a girl like me and a guy like you?”  After she tells him “one in a million” he is so happy because there is still a chance.  This is relatable because of the goofy sense of humor AND Alan doesn’t need possible, he only needs A CHANCE!  Learning through many life lessons and the persistence of a wall, Alan is willing to bet on himself.  

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Alan, born in 1983, was born with severe allergies and asthma.  Through the early parts of life a lot of time was spent at hospitals and on nebulizers.  With doctors attempting to impose their limiting beliefs (as many people will try to do) it didn’t seem there was opportunity to achieve much with these ailments and diagnosis.  From a young age Alan learned how important mental fortitude and grit is, never allowing these things to alter the direction of his dreams and aspirations.


In 2017 Alan decided to compete in a triathlon (swim, bike, run).  The problem - Alan couldn’t swim!  He immediately signed up for swim lessons, started attending the weekly masters swim classes and started swimming three times a week.  By the time he competed in his Olympic Distance Triathlon (1 mile swim, 24.8 mile bike, 6.2 mile run) he was able to swim more than two miles in one session.


Starting hunting Elk in 2018, he knew the odds, a 10% chance of harvesting an elk with a bow and arrow.  24% with a rifle.  That was NOT a deterrent.  Alan went ALL IN and bet on himself.  It took THREE YEARS to harvest his first elk with a rifle and the same amount of time to do it with a bow.  On this journey there was a lot of lessons to be learned, the biggest being, if you want something bad enough and are willing to work your ass off for it, you can go get it.


In March of 2022, Alan decided to take on the David Goggins 4x4x48 Challenge.  Not only was he successful in completing it, he did it with a 45lb ruck on his back and added half a mile to every leg of the event.  This was done with the intent to show that we dont have to take massive action to make a massive impact.  By adding half a mile to the twelve legs of this challenge, Alan came out 6 miles ahead of anyone else doing this challenge, making the total 54 miles.  As David Goggins says, “Become uncommon amongst uncommon people”


With over 22 years spent in Corporate America you get the executive level experience in regards to deal making, sales, finance, and partnering with people from Corporate Senior Counsel all the way to Entry Level and Interns. Communication has been the hallmark to Alan’s success, which includes a $1.2B deal, the largest deal in the history of the bank.  Alan has successfully run startups and pilot programs, turned around underperforming sales teams, managed portfolios worth hundreds of millions dollars and helped Small and Medium businesses make significant impacts to their P&L’s. 


In addition to all of this, Alan took charge of his health and fitness levels.  Over time he went from smoking a pack and half a day, eating processed food, and spending lots of time on the couch watching tv to a daily yoga practice, strength training five times a week, deadlifting 500lbs, a daily meditation and gratitude practice, training jiu jitsu and climbing some of the tallest peaks in the United States. 


On the daily, Alan spends time with his friends and family, training jiu jitsu and spending as much time outside with his dog Stella Rose.  In 2024, Alan climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, the worlds tallest free standing mountain (19,341 feet above sea level).  Alan loves love and you can hear all about his life experiences on The Hunter and The Hippie Podcast.


As for coaching and yoga, Alan loves helping those that want to help themselves. 

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