Compass Work: Discover Your Region
Exploring Your Heart, Body & Mind
Discovering Your Region is the first step for you as a parent to better understanding yourself. It is a small sampling from our flagship course, Discover Your Compass. We offer it as a Free Gift to you.
This short and powerful course puts you on a path to better relate, understand and communicate with the teens in your life.
Once you've completed the course, we encourage you to share it with your teen. We hope it can be the beginning of a journey of discovery of yourself and each other.
By the end of this short course, you will gain more significant insights into:
- Communication Styles
- Decision Making
And so much more.
These learnings, tools, and techniques have been invaluable in my own life as the father of two teen daughters. I am grateful for the transformation it has had on my life and my ability to support both my daughters' unique needs.
Joe Trey, that's me! I'm known in some circles as Adventure Hermit! A moniker fitting of my ambivert nature and love of travel.
Visions of rock stardom drove me to get a BFA in music from the University of Connecticut. Not long after, I abandoned my dreams in NYC and relocated to the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Raising two daughters as they raise me has proven to be one of the biggest adventures of my life.
I've been known to "drink a sour toe." Don't ask. Or do! My work and love of travel have brought me nearly around the world. Writing, Hiking, Camping, Music, and Motorcycles get me up and out each day. Seeing my wife and teenage daughters bring me home.
Along the road, I discovered the key to adventure was understanding myself. I never intended on being a jack of all trades, but the universe had other plans. My craving to better understand what made me tick and how to best support my family brought about Road Schooled and Compass Work. I'm dedicated to sharing what I've learned and continue to learn to help others along their journey. I look forward to meeting you.
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