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Empowering You To Change The World

Our lives are short - that's why I'm committed to empowering you to leverage your gifts and make a positive impact on your family, business, community, and world. I believe in our capacity to radically improve the way we connect with others and broaden our purpose in life. If you're ready to change for the benefit of yourself and the people around you - welcome! 

 

 

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The hardest part of change is taking the first step. Request a free 15-min phone consultation today.

 

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Every Tuesday I share ways to improve your performance and the lives of those around you. If you subscribe to my channel, you'll be notified immediately when a new episode is posted! 

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Community is at the core of my values as a veteran, a psychologist, and a leader. That value stems from the day a volcano destroyed my father’s town on the island of Faial (Azores). It was the community in Rhode Island and Massachusetts that pushed then Senator John F. Kennedy to pass the Azorean Refugee Act of 1958. That was the beginning of my family’s story in America. And as a first-generation American, I felt a special call to serve as a Marine when we were attacked on September 11, 2001.

I left Rhode Island to become a Marine Embassy Guard and defend U.S. diplomatic missions in Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and India. While in Saudi Arabia, I led the defense of the U.S. Consulate during an Al-Qaeda assault. For those actions, I was awarded the Bronze Star with Valor and Department of State Award for Heroism. I also learned how people could come together and thrive after the most difficult, horrific situations.

After serving in the Marine Corps, I studied psychology and became a Navy Lieutenant and Psychologist. In the Navy, I worked with service members to facilitate adaptation, recovery, and growth from multiple combat deployments. Recently, I returned from active duty service to Boston where I founded Blackstone Leadership Consulting and joined a small clinical practice in Newton. I live in Roslindale with my wife Stephanie and our dog Dex.