Nearly three years ago I accepted the chief operating officer role at LT360. I announced earlier today that I’m moving on from LT360 to pursue other opportunities.
I was one of the first 100 LT360 clients back in 2014 and over the past three years helped lead and build one of the fastest growing health and wellness companies in the United States with almost 4,000 clients in 29 states and nine foreign countries.
In my role as chief operating officer, I oversaw all aspects of day-to-day operations, sales, marketing, education, employee relations, training, communications, planning and budgeting. During my time at LT360, we expanded from two full-time employees to 12 and grew from one office location to six (Baltimore, Brentwood, Franklin, Goodlettsville, McMinnville and Murfreesboro). I co-hosted the weekly LT360 Coaches Health Show on 99.7 WTN-FM.
My last project may end up having the most lasting impact. I authored all 84 spiritual lessons and helped launch the new LT360 Revival program that is currently being offered to churches.
I will forever be grateful for the relationships I’ve built, the opportunities to grow I’ve had and the knowledge I’ve gained from my association with LT360. I wouldn’t trade anything for the last four years. I feel like I’m leaving LT360 better than I found it and that’s always the goal in anything I do. So many of my friends and family members are so much healthier after going through the LT360 program. I hope in some small way I’ve helped pave the way for them to be around longer so they can have more opportunities to have a Kingdom impact.
Houston and Hunter are at an age where I need to be present at a new level. Whatever I end up doing, flexibility will remain a non-negotiable. I want to be at as many of their games as possible. I want to continue to welcome their friends, teams and church youth groups to End Picture Farm for meaningful times in God’s creation.
Thankfully I have several opportunities that I’m currently considering. Some are entrepreneurial ventures. Some are with for-profit companies. Some are with universities and independent schools. I don’t want to rush into anything. I would prefer for my next move to be something I could realistically see investing in and embracing for the next 20 years.
I’m going to be taking several weeks here in June and July to pray, do a lot of manual work at the farm, watch a lot of baseball games all over the country, visit with friends and mentors and consider what God would have me do next professionally.
I welcome and covet your prayers, input, ideas and opportunities you think I should consider.
Click here for an updated copy of my resume.
My mission hasn’t and won’t change. My personal mission statement is to help make an eternal difference. I want what I do to matter in this life, and in the next.