Speaking & Workshops

Coach Jon earned several extremely boring degrees in technology and literature. He holds multiple coaching certifications, has decades of experience thriving in high-pressure corporate environments, and he spent years focusing on self-experimentation & personal improvement. He is a sought-after speaker on the topics of health, wellness, nutrition, technology, and lifestyle management. Jon has over 10 years of speaking experience ranging from corporate wellness, keynote to local television appearances.

  • Modern Technology & Self-Discovery
      • What Gets Monitored Gets Managed
      • How To Go From Full-Time Nerd To Ironman Finisher
  • Eating Like A Caveman
      • Getting Primal In Modern Life
      • Lifestyle Habits Our Ancestors Should Have Taught Us
  • The Modern Basics of Nutrition & Healthy Living
      • How Vogue Magazine Invented The Diet Industry
      • A Calorie Isn’t A Calorie
      • Eat Easy, Live Hard
  • You’re A Nerd, Too
      • Jon’s Personal Health Story: How He Went From A Pre-Hypertensive, Pre-Diabetic, Chronic Insomniac With An Incurable Disease To Achieving Everything His Doctors Said Was Impossible.
      • How Your Job & Our Culture Is Killing Us In The Same Ways
      • How To Change, While You Can


123 Days Of Stepping It Up

In Dec of 2018, I had my first 30 day streak with 6,000-10,000 steps per day. At the time, I thought: 30 wasn’t bad, lets do 60! In early Feb of 2019, I had my first 60 day streak with 6,000-10,000 steps per day. So I thought : 60 wasn’t bad, lets do 100! In late March of 2019, I had my first 100 day streak with 6,000-10,000 steps per day. And in April, it hit 123 days, with no sign of stopping. Odd as it may sound, by lunch time I can usually feel if I’m going to be short on steps or not And by evening time, I’ll start figuring out what needs to be done to keep the streak alive for the day. Being mindful

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Six Months Without Coffee

Six months ago, with little fanfare and no real planning, I stopped drinking coffee. For me, it wasn’t a difficult change. I simply replaced it with a custom blend of tea. And I’ve been impressed enough with the results to stick with it. If you’re curious or on the fence about a change of your own, keep reading. First, why did I want to give up coffee? At the time, I was drinking a cup of modified Bullet Proof Coffee for breakfast, and two to three additional cups throughout the day. As with most coffee drinkers, I noticed the effects of the caffeine wore off quicker. It felt like dropping off a cliff. And I’d even get a bit cranky between cups. Plus, I don’t like cheap stuff.

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