About Brock

Brock is an authority on training people with learning challenges to be successful.  He sustained mild lead poisoning as a child, resulting in neurological damage.  The result was a life of learning disabilities, always struggling to keep up.  But he completed two degrees from competitive universities, then advised Wall Street executives in Asia.  He later earned a PhD and worked as a university professor for six years.  He started three profitable companies in between.

C93BF55F-1F15-4E46-BEC3-D51AC9928FDAHow did he do it?  He two secrets:

First, he is always learning.  He is a constant self-directed learner.  Secondly, he has taught himself to how to make hard concepts understandable.

Now he can use these secrets to help you.  He has helped numerous individuals to become much more successful, including seven people who were able to become multimillionaires through his coaching.

Brock is passionate about personal development.  He taught myself to

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speak native-level Japanese, how to make furniture, how to be very creative, how to make my own bread.  He has started three successful businesses (oh, and many unsuccessful attempts).  He has lived half of my adult life outside the U.S.  Now he wants to share with you the joy of lifelong self-learning, using principles he has taught on three continents.  His career began in product development, then shifted to 17 years as a human capital consultant, then to five years as a professor.  Now he is a writer and a coach.

  • Phd, Human Capital Development
  • Masters, International Management (Thunderbird)
  • Bachelors, Mass Communication

“I think I have experienced an amazing, adventurous life.  But I have hit some chuckholes in the road of life, which has slowed me down.  This blog contains the advice I would give my past self to avoid those chuckholes.”

 

  ::: Building knowledge, skills, and abilities through self-directed learning :::

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