Coming Out Without Coming Unglued

A 6-part podcast series to help you through some of your greatest fears.

These six podcasts were designed to provide you with quick tips and insights
for getting through some of the most difficult situations in coming out.
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One of the coolest gifts I believe we can give each other is the kickass gift of inspiration. From my heart and soul to yours, I’m gifting you a free copy of My Bold Life, The Manifesto.

It's not Shakespeare but I think it will shake you up and wake you up to become more curious, give you a dose of courage to make a bold move, fire up your damn confidence, and open up the flood gates of commitment to daily live your life uncloseted.


You know you want to do it. That thing you keep putting off. You know the one that keeps you awake at night. The one that you keep apologizing for not doing!

It's ok. We all get stuck, frozen, and afraid to do our thing.

Discover 10 Reasons You're Not Making Your Bold Move and see what your Bold Move Factor is. It's probably going to surprise you what is really holding you back when you look honestly at your truth.

Jeff H.

I felt like my life was on cruise control. Moving, but no real fulfilling direction. I was a little fearful about looking deep into my life to see why I was stuck, but the thought of continuing to be stuck was worse. Rick’s provided me with powerful insights and tools to rid myself of my victim mentality. I’m extremely excited that things are looking pretty damn good!

Jacob M.

Throughout the 18 months I have worked with Rick, I have developed a genuine, strong, overwhelming love for myself. I no longer have an inner fight going on. I am aware of my thoughts, my actions, my choices, and the energy I put into the world. Now I am a MAN, a GAY man, who can stand up and love himself regardless of who is in the room.

Randy B.

Rick is extremely supportive, full of love and helps you tackle and overcome obstacles in an honest and straightforward fashion. Sometimes we need someone on the outside to guide us through the process and keep us on track to reach our goals. I always feel comfortable talking with Rick, and can tell he is truly listening, cares about what I am saying and wants me to succeed

Brain G.

When I first contacted Rick to begin coaching sessions, I was going through the greatest crisis of my entire life… I had finally come to terms with the fact that I am gay. Rick was a tremendous support for me at that time, thoughtfully walking me through the process of understanding myself and eventually coming out to my family and friends.
Rick’s approach to coaching made all the difference. He never directed me to do anything. He never gave me a recipe for how to live my life. He simply asked questions that allowed me to make my own decisions and to chart my own path.
It’s been two years since I began work with Rick and I have to say, my life is completely transformed. My crisis is in the past and I have reached a place where I am profoundly happy. My relationships with my family and friends are wonderful. I am at peace with myself and I feel like I have a new direction in my life.
Whatever your issues: whether they be coming out, or transitioning to a new phase of life, I highly recommend Rick and his tremendous life coaching abilities.

Mark T.

After 20 years of marriage, two children, and lots of soul-searching, I finally embraced my authentic sexual identity and came out of the closet at 50 years old.  Faced with the daunting question “So now what?” I hired Rick as a life coach.

For a year and a half, Rick provided tremendous help guiding me through the highs and lows of separation, divorce, post-divorce/gay fatherhood, gay sex, gay dating, gay love, etc.  He was always available at a moment’s notice to give advice, or simply lend a sympathetic ear for venting.

And his nonjudgmental, direct approach made it easy and comfortable to discuss sensitive topics.  I highly recommend Rick as a life coach to anyone coming out of the closet, whatever that “closet” may be. - Mark T.