ABOUT MAX POTENTIAL PROJECT
The Max Potential Project helps talented people express their true potential.
Hi, I’m Ken Christian and for more than 20 years my professional activities have exclusively focused on teaching gifted and successful people like you shed fears and limiting beliefs and fully realize your talents and opportunities in career and personal life.
Many people we work with have achieved advanced degrees and a significant degree of professional accomplishment. Others have reached a measure of success in the arts, sales, recruiting or entrepreneurial enterprises. And yet they either feel they have stalled, hit an impasse or simply want to significantly accelerate their progress. Others feel a larger calling they want to express—a passion, mission or larger purpose.
Distraction, worry, lack of focus, fear of failure, fear of success, hesitancy, postponing, procrastination and other forms of self-sabotage and self-handicapping are obvious blocks to complete expression of true potential.
But the issues can be more subtle. Add to that, that each of us exists in multiple dimensions—plays multiple roles. In all of them, if you value your inner life, but avoid risks, career challenges, or other situations that involve laying it on the line, you limit yourself. If you favor material success over ethics, relationships, aesthetics or spirituality, you likewise limit yourself and your impact.
In each case, you likewise diminish self-expression and life satisfaction.
However, with support and sound strategies you can free yourself from even subtle self-imposed limits.
Max Potential Project shows you how to achieve more in all dimensions. Whether you feel you haven’t fully expressed your capacities, or you’re concerned that your bright adolescent is underperforming in school, Max Potential Project has programs for you.
You deserve a life in which you fully flourish—a life that fulfills and does not require you to discard your dreams or your heart’s deepest desires.
What’s your true potential?
Express it to the max.
ABOUT KENNETH W. CHRISTIAN Ph.D
In 1990 he founded the Maximum Potential Project and in 2002 published Your Own Worst Enemy: Breaking the Habit of Adult Underachievement, ReganBooks, HarperCollins, 2002, (paperback 2004). He has also authored, with Dianne Hales, An Invitation to Personal Change, Wadsworth, Cengage Learning, 2009 and more than 50 articles. His work has been cited in Psychology Today, the Financial Times, Selling Power, Investors Business Daily and the Dallas Morning News, among others.
Ken has been a university professor, private practice clinician, speaker, organizational consultant and program developer and has worked with incarcerated juveniles. His team-building experience began as team leader of a multi-racial, multi-cultural, six-member team of community paraprofessionals (the team quickly became the highest-rated in the nation on all measures of performance related to goals); and later as coach for one season to his then ten-year-old daughter’s softball team (which went all the way to the league championship game and unfortunately lost due to tragically impaired umpiring.)
Through mentoring, training, and writing, Ken shares his passion, knowledge, and experience with organizations worldwide. He lived in Paris from 1999 to 2002, speaks French, and, with enough accompanying hand gestures, can find a good restaurant in Spanish.