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This invitation is for you, a millennial CEO (25-40 years old).
You lead a 7 or 8-figure business that is less than a decade old, with a mission to create a better and more sustainable future for all — in areas such as health, wellness, education, social equity, employment, entrepreneurship, or the environment.
Over the past few years, you’ve had to constantly adapt your responsibilities and being on all fronts at once to keep up with your company’s growth. And even if you’ve successfully built a world-class culture while navigating these ‘bumpy years’ (and figuring out your CEO role as best as you can), you have no plan to settle there.
What drives you day after day is the idea of 10x your revenue and impact, such as becoming one of the go-to businesses in your field — or even the #1 — nationally or globally. I help you get there in less time, and with only a fraction of the efforts you’ve ever put into your business since you started it.
I use a no cookie-cutter approach. Everything we cover is challenging but practical. The goal is to optimize your personal performance, maximize your business results and drive efficient change with your team. To do so, I make you stand for the change you want to see out there: I disrupt you so you can keep disrupting the world even better. As Gandhi said, “Be the change you want to see in the world.”
Together, we focus on
the three following pillars:
1. Your exponential vision
To be exponential, your desire to 10x must be personal and irrational — the inner calling is so bold that it obsesses you even though you have no logical idea how to get there. Before we work together, I make sure your vision meets both of these criteria.
Our first few weeks are devoted to making your vision vividly viewable in your mind, with closed eyes. Your goal is to describe it in such detail — through a more or less 5-page document — that anyone inside or outside your company perceives it in the same way.
As a result, your bold vision becomes the new business leader, the “magnetic north” that sets the direction for the entire team who is pulled toward it, with a heartful desire to make it happen.
2. Your exponential attitude
Your attitude is the sum of how you think, speak, and act. To have an exponential attitude, you must behave as if you’ve already achieved your vision (without asking ”how to get there?”.) We spend 1 to 2 months focusing on this pillar.
The same way a Hollywood actor-tress plays a character, I will make you think, speak, and act as your future self. My clients who do this keep sending me messages starting with, “OMG, Kevin! You won’t believe what happened!”. You experience a breakthrough in effortless performances and rewire your beliefs: no more “harder work” and “things take a long time.” You rely on your human potential alone to achieve greater success — faster.
As a result, your life becomes a gathering of synchronicities and epiphanies aligned with your vision, such as from the thoughts you become aware of, the intuitive hints you have, the people you meet, the invitations you receive, or the opportunities that pop up out of nowhere.
3. Your exponential team
This means your team is 100% aligned and engaged with your vision (we spend more than 6 months focusing on this pillar because we go beyond the theoretical approaches and get down to business. It’s actionable change management that impacts your business for its next exponential growth.)
Once your vision is shared, your remaining role as CEO is to effectively coach your business leaders (chief officers, business heads, etc.) toward it. I teach you how to master coaching as a CEO by coaching you — so you learn and lead by example — and giving you all the best tools, tips, and strategies to use. Even Google identified that coaching is the #1 skill of their best leaders (source: Google’s internal leadership researches, ‘Project Oxygen’ and ‘re:Work’).
Meanwhile, we also go through activities to attract, recruit and develop the key people aligned with your vision. We cover your job offers headline, your foundational and organizational values, and your team’s attitude (such as building their commitment to your vision, handling their resistance to change, improving communication, or recalibrating the culture).
As a result, you maximize your team’s performance, creativity, risk-taking skills, and results from a 360° perspective.
In terms of logistics, you get:
- Ten months of 1-on-1 coaching spread over a year (we meet three times a month)
- Direct access to my WhatsApp for follow up and laser coaching calls
- My welcome gift: a 35-page book that will shift your view on exponential results
- Challenges to complete between most sessions
I work with only four to six CEOs per year, hand-picked and whose vision inspires me. When you’re willing to shift your paradigms and play full in, you can expect your first results within the first few months.
Our coaching is also an opportunity for you to refocus on yourself (while navigating your daily race and successes), give your life a fresh boost, and fully embody your role as CEO.
I don’t ask for $100,000 to work together. Besides your time and energy, your financial investment is less than $50,000, which is a small fraction of the additional growth, revenue, and impact you’re about to generate. Altogether, it doesn’t cost you more than what you would invest in a year by hiring a new team member. 😉
If you’re interested in this offer,
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As soon as you contact me, I treat you as a client.
We’ll first have a quick chat to see if this offer is right for you.
If so, we can get you started right away.
Frequently Asked Questions
1 · Can you guarantee results?
🤷♂️ Working with humans relies on uncertainty. No one can guarantee results about coaching or consulting. However, my work is evidence-based. I continually share the science behind what I do throughout our work together, making it easier for you to implement change.
If you play full in and truly love your vision, you’ll get results far above your imagination. If you play with a lukewarm heart, you’ll get ordinary and predictable results.
2 · How do if know if I'm a good fit?
A few years ago, you were labeled by others, or even by yourself, “the crazy one, the misfit, the rebel, the troublemaker, the round peg in the square hole, or the one who see things differently, not fond of rules, and who have no respect for the status quo” (quoting Steve JOBS).
And one day, you decided to move away from viewing the world like everyone else. You made a shift in your life.
Today, you’re labeled “a visionary, genius, brilliant, and thought leader.” You inspire others; they admire you and follow you.
You’re known for being a top-performer, people-centered leader, lifelong learner, and out-of-the-box.
You know that what you’ve accomplished so far is still small compared to what you can accomplish in the years to come.
Your powerful vision isn’t just a mere dream. You’ve already taken action to get there, and nothing will stop you.
You’re driven by money and recognition. But underneath it, what you’re truly seeking is impact and freedom.
You’re aware that you have room to grow, improve and optimize as a human being and a CEO.
You enjoy being a beginner and starting something new from scratch.
You’re not afraid of failure. You’ve got a track record of making mistakes, and you’ve learned from every one of them.
You’ve already invested in yourself (your health, your well-being, your growth) and your team’s development.
You’re open-minded and curious. You live as close to your values as possible. And you want simplification — in both the personal and professional aspects of your life.
3 · Is coaching a personal or business expense?
The invoice for the coaching is for your company. My clients pay the full amount before they begin coaching. I also accept payments in installments over the first two months of coaching if needed for accounting purposes.
4 · What do VCs or co-founders think of coaching?
Everyone has their own opinion.
CEO coaching is gaining momentum, though. It’s popular for top-performing companies’ CEOs (and even require at times). Ultimately, your VCs or co-founders are investing in you. They want you to be the best you can be as a CEO and as a human being. Investing in yourself is perfectly aligned with their goals. 👍
5 · Do I need coaching if I have co-founders or board members?
I love this question! Here’s my unconventional answer:
Did they learn how to coach CEOs? Do they have proper coaching skills?
Do they know how to lead a conversation about your vision to activate emotions such as awe, joy, or curiosity?
Do they know the effects of thoughts and emotions on your DNA? And how to control them to make performance leaps?
Have they spent years of their life understanding human being’s potential to become an expert on it?
Do they know how the mind works? Do they know what challenges to give you to make it automatically focus on your goals?
Do they have skills in psychology?
Are they 100% objective when they challenge you? Are they looking to serve your best interests without thinking about theirs?
Are they courageous enough not to please you but to serve you and make you grow no matter what?
Do they have the guts to tell you that you’re such full of shit when needed, without hurting your ego?
Do they know what tools to use to make you come out with your own answers to essential questions in less than 1 hour?
When they come to you, is it to listen to you deeply? Or to tell you what they think, advise you, and try to guide you towards a specific direction?
Do they know how to slow you down to speed up your results?
Do they have the habit of encouraging you to fail?
Do you have open talks with them about your sexual life, traumas, anxiety, and worries?
Do they know that despite all your achievements and beautiful life from outside, you still live with a deep shiny feeling of not enough and frustrating unfulfillment?
Do they know that the more successful you become, the more lonely you feel at the top?
Do they know that you keep a secret that success comes more easily for you than the traditional belief? And that you often feel lazy?
Do they know that you don’t feel as free as everyone thinks you are?
You see, coaching isn’t a superpower. It’s not a random or innate ability either. Coaching is a skill that takes time to master.
Working with an external coach allows you to openly share what’s on your mind (which can be hard to do with your co-founders or board) and benefit from real expertise.
6 · Can you tell me more about you?
Yes, of course!
My name is Kevin. I’m 30 years old. I was born in France, and I’ve been living in South East Asia for almost 4 years.
Apart from coaching, I have a particular attraction for subjects related to movies (secrets of filming, making-of, etc.), aesthetic minimalism, space, human potential, and words (poetry, rhymes, wordplay, reading, language, etc.). And I’m fascinated by everything that revolves around the mysteries of life.
My gift is to absorb people’s energy, channel it, amplify it and send it back to them so they can perform at their best. My aura magnetically calls others to invite me to join, share, lead, etc. I’m designed to guide people.
I get my best results when I work for short periods and then rest. I’m not one to be told, “Just do it!” or “Work hard and make it happen!” It’s through the recognition and invitation of others that I succeed the most and use my energy most effectively.
I’m an expert on teams and human beings.
I’ve worked as the HR Manager of the head office of a multi-billion-dollar corporation — one of the top 100 innovative companies in the world. There, I was a team leader and supervised over 500 people.
I spent several years working in various industries as an HR Manager, including aeronautics, aerospatial, sustainable habitat, and recruitment firms. I was known for managing employees’ and c-level executives’ careers and empowering them by building trust and speaking to their souls.
I’m a regular on business issues.
Before retraining as a coach, I studied Business and Human Resources Management. I used to get straight A’s throughout schooling and graduated as valedictorian of his Master’s class.
I’ve worked on high-profile projects during my corporate career, including some for the CEO of a publicly-traded company. I accurately managed human resources in a strategical merger and acquisition (M&A) for a recycling company, working alongside the CEO, and resulting in operational success. I’ve always been concerned with the sustainable growth of the company I’ve worked for.
Plus, like you, I know what it is to build a successful business from scratch!
I’m a growth-oriented person.
I’m a leader at heart. I’m an official TED Circles host, an open community of small groups that discuss big ideas. Every month, I bring together entrepreneurs to create a global conversation on disruptive topics. I also thrive on meaningful connections. Every Monday, I’m part of a “MENtorship” meeting, where men-only members openly discuss personal issues that are important to them.
While knowledge-based tools (books, movies, etc.) are vital, I value learning through concrete experiences. One of my last real-life growth experiences was an 11-day silent meditation retreat.
I’m a challenge and adventure seeker.
In 2017, I embarked on a journey through Southeast Asia with no return ticket and no itinerary in mind. I spent over a year traveling alone with only a backpack.
In the winter, I trekked for three weeks in the Himalayas to reach a point higher than the first Everest Base Camp. This is still one of my most difficult challenges to date. I visited a tribe that lives with its dead and sea nomads in the middle of the Indian ocean. I voluntarily taught English to children in Laos. I also went on a meditation retreat in a Thai Buddhist monastery.
I’m a human, after all.
I’m more of a super-human being than a Superman. 😅
I’ve been through three cycles of depression in my life, the last one in late 2020. At the end of my corporate life, I became addicted to weed. I ended it in 2019 when I decided not to touch a joint anymore.
Despite my success as a coach, I still ask myself, “But who am I to coach people smarter, wealthier, and more successful than me?” And when anxiety gets the best of me, he tends to deal with it by compulsively eating junk food.
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Richard Saul WURMAN
Founder, TED (TEDx & TED Conference)
All the questions people ask are divided into two parts:
- Speeches (somebody wants their five minutes of fame)
- Bad questions
There are very few good questions; Questions are an art. Kevin asks good questions.
Transformational Events Strategist & Designer | Former Head of Global Events & A-Fest at Mindvalley
I experienced Kevin’s coaching during a few sessions and was impressed with his deep presence and energy.
I instantly felt seen, supported, and comfortable. He goes deep with his questions and was very generous with his time and contributions which I hugely appreciated.
I would recommend working with Kevin for someone who is curious about exploring coaching to take them to the next level.
Founder & Owner, Remote Workers | Start-up Advisor
When I asked Kevin if we could work together, I had it on my mind for quite some time already. I’ve had several coaching experiences in my life. But each coaching is different and brings new things.
My main takeaway is Kevin’s rational take on frequencies and beliefs. He has a pragmatic way of explaining the impact of thoughts on the reality you can shape for yourself. Fascinating and powerful.
Kevin has a big heart and great patience. His listening capacity is just over the top. His approach is warm but leaves no place for bullshits.
If you’re a CEO, coaching with Kevin gives you exponential power and enables you to tap in resources you didn’t know you had. This, in turn, will impact your company and your team for the best.
Founder & CEO, Nomads Giving Back & Nomads Skillshare
Kevin’s coaching helped me create the space to raise awareness of my thought process and familiar patterns. I gained better clarity and uncovered answers from within to some essential questions. This process led me to make more conscious decisions aligned with my personal mission.
After our collaboration, I felt clearer and better to lead my team from a more centered state of mind. Talking through complex situations helped me carefully dissect and better analyze the true dynamics behind my challenges.
I recommend Kevin to CEOs who have a passion for personal development, seek a more positive mindset, inspire teams, and create their own authentic visions. His style is thought-provoking and empowering!
Founder & Owner, Camilla Organics | Miss Sweden 2014
I feel like I’m doing what I’m meant to do in my life, but I would like to do it on a bigger scale; I would like my business to be a really big global wellness one.
Kevin made me realize that I need to be bolder. I have to take more risks. That switched something in me.
When I’ve met Kevin, I was aware that I needed to work on my mindset. I didn’t know how to manifest exactly what I want.
With Kevin’s help and the work we did together, I could multiply by 4 my revenue since the first day we’ve started our collaboration (which was my goal).
What I really needed was to focus on the experiences that I wanted to live to attract exactly what I needed. When I realized that, it had been a big change for me.
Then, I felt way more focused than ever, and things started to be easier.
Kevin was a pretty big help about it. Never judging, always the right words. He knows how to be kind and to push you at the same time.
Founder & CEO, Azureo Inc.
When I met Kevin, I knew that I needed to work on my mindset and limiting beliefs. But I did not know how badly I needed it. 😊
With Kevin’s help, I could get rid of the memories that were preventing me from moving forward. I allowed myself to pursue my dream and live it each day before I even manifested it.
Throughout the process, I was able to appreciate Kevin’s good heart and great patience. In addition to being resolutely human, his approach is rational and pragmatic.
Any CEO who wants to achieve himself through audacious goals should work with Kevin, who gives you the tools to succeed. He understands you, knows your challenges, and can give you the right guidance.
Kevin has a theoretical and practical knowledge of the functioning of the mind and the laws of the universe for hyperbolic performance gains. I could (or could not) have achieved the results I obtained on my own but working with Kevin is a great boost.
Coach for women
Kevin is authentic and he will tell you what you need to know to help you succeed, even if you don’t want to hear it. That’s one of his strengths that I appreciated the most.
Kevin was the best coach I ever had. I was one of the girls who didn’t believe in the power of the mind and the universe’s laws, but he helped me believe in it more than anything else.
He’s really generous and he’ll do everything he needs to help you succeed even if you think it’s impossible! He adapts his coaching to your needs and he’s available anytime you need support.
I would highly recommend Kevin to CEOs because his coaching is very complete. He can really help you with your business that’s for sure but also with all your life’s spheres.
Founder & CEO, Draper Startup House
Kevin does well at distilling into very basic topics how to really manifesting an idea in your mind into reality.
He asked me very interesting questions that helped me think about my personal and professional journeys.
Simon LE MAGOUROU
Founder & CEO, Job Connexion
There are days that we would like to relive. The day I met Kevin by simple recommendation, I had no idea how 2020 would have been the start of a long inner journey that I thought was partly over.
With an original, innovative, and patient approach, Kevin gave me back this strength that I thought I had lost, both for my professional and personal life.
Understanding that coaching can be necessary to accompany each stage of life when one is standing still or quite simply to take a new course, I see things differently and with much more serenity.
Thank you, Kevin!
Coach for Athletes & Sports Professionals
Working with Kevin helped me slow down, realize how fricking awesome I really am, and that all the things I thought were negative about me are actually great.
From a business point of view, he helped me focus on what I truly wanted. He helped me craft and stretch my inner vision. It simplified my life. That feels fricking powerful. 🔥
Being a CEO is just like being everyone else… human: flawed, yet awesome. We get stuck and lost. Sure we may be successful, but success doesn’t mean being happy and fulfilled. Kevin helps you with the “you” bit and focuses on the business and leadership as well.
He put in front of me things that I’ve never read, listened to, or watched before. It helped me go to another level: embrace the universe, its energy, and my part in it. It helped me understand that I am a vibration and how to align with what I want.