I created my Success Coaching Practice because I believe it is my calling to work with, empower, inspire, and motivate high-potential executives, creatives, and entrepreneurs.
I know first-hand how magnificent and vast human potential is; we all have unique and profound gifts, but whether or not we choose to develop and use them is up to us.
I help my clients get clear on what they want, set up individualized success plans with emphasis on both tangible and intangible goal-based outcomes, and do both the internal and external work that is required to thrive in their lives.
Have you ever set a new years resolution, only to become overwhelmed by it, causing you to give up on it a few days or weeks in to the new year? After seeing so much struggle and frustration around this, I decided to create a course designed to help people actually follow through with their new years resolutions. This course will help you become clear about what you want, set the foundation for how to achieve success, cultivate habits that will support you, and lead you to success in ANY area of your life.
This 4-week webinar course occurs every Tuesday, on January 1st, 8th, 15th, and 22nd. The online sessions begin at 7:00pm. There is 60 minutes of presentation followed by 30 minutes of Q&A.
I will give you the information, tools, accountability you need to succeed at your new years resolution.
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You might think it's too soon to plan your New Year's Resolutions, well think again! You're likely to be more successful if you start working on your goals now.
The holidays are often centered around food. If you feel like you can't enjoy the season without worrying about weight gain, success coach Kenneth Ferrer shares helpful tips.
You know you need to work out. You want to starting working out. But maybe you've avoided the gym because you just don't know how to get started. News4's Aaron Gilchrist shares some tips on how to ease your way into the gym.
It’s true there’s no manual when it comes to raising kids, but whether you’re a parent, a coach or a mentor, you don’t have to reinvent the wheel when it comes setting young people up for success.
It's the one thing there never seems to be enough of: time. With taking care of a family and yourself, how do you make time in a busy schedule. News4's Aaron Gilchrist talked to a success coach about how making time can help you live your best life.
Kenneth appeared on PIX11 News in a morning segment entitled "Fall reboot: getting back into the swing of things"
Really feel the burn this summer with our ultimate 20-minute resistance-band workout.
Struggling to get yourself to the gym? We feel you! But beach season is around the corner, so now is the time to kickstart your workout.
Barry's Bootcamp trainers share their favorite ab exercises. Master the moves for a trainer-like core.
For 12 years, I followed a successful path in baseball moving from achievement to achievement. I was a talented and hard working athlete, and my journey took me from Little League all the way up to professional baseball in the MiLB. There always seemed to be a logical next step for me within baseball, but after a long period of dissatisfaction and a feeling of disconnection from myself, I realized that I wanted to pursue something else, and I decided to step away from baseball in 2011. 2011 was a chaotic year… It started with some high highs and ended with some low lows: I graduated from Elon University, I played in my first season of professional baseball, I came out as gay, I played in my last season of professional baseball, I was disowned, I experienced a painful breakup, and found myself homeless. I essentially went from feeling like I had the world in my hands, to feeling like I had no direction, no purpose, and most notably, no value.
During my week-long stint of homelessness, I remember staring out onto the train tracks at the Christopher Street 1 Train Station in New York City, and feeling as if my life was over. I noticed a large New York City rat, the largest I had ever seen, running up the train track with a large piece of food in its mouth. I had an epiphany. I thought: “If this creature of lesser intelligence than I can not only survive, but thrive, under these same conditions that I am in, then what the hell am I doing sitting here feeling sorry for myself?” That rat was the spark that I needed to light the fire that has turned into my burning resolve now. I reached out to a friend for help, and although it was a long-shot, I received it.
I discovered my own personal voice and message teaching in the group fitness industry at Barry’s Bootcamp, Flywheel Sports, and PROJECT by Equinox, while simultaneously starting my own private training business combining fitness, mindset, and spirituality. My private training business evolved into my Success Coaching business, where I combine my BA in Psychology, my experience as a Division 1 College and professional athlete, my training credentials through the National Academy of Sports Medicine, over a decade of spiritual and psychological research, my credentials as a graduate of iPEC coaching school, and my experience as an entrepreneur in New York City.
Success Coaching is a powerful fusion of business coaching, life coaching, and health coaching. A Success Coach is a powerful and motivational outcome-based coach that works with their client to increase the quality of their life, and their prosperity within their pursuits. A Success Coaching relationship is built through dialogue, inquiry, action-plans, and accountability, and is based in trust and confidentiality. Kenneth strives to work with his clients to significantly increase the quality of their lives.