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Executive Coaching.

Partner with an executive coach to maximize your full potential as a leader. Executive coaching is a transformative journey that can propel executives and founders company founder to transcend challenges, refine their leadership acumen, and sculpt a legacy of innovation, resilience, and unparalleled success in the dynamic landscape of alternative protein and entrepreneurship.

"Working with Sam is one of the best decisions I made for my business. As a solo founder, it can be difficult to find someone you can trust and be fully open with, especially on the harder days. 

When I first started working with Sam, my business had just 10 employees. But with Sam’s coaching and support, I’ve grown my team to 30."

Madhu Y, Founder and CEO of Modak

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About Sam Fisher, Executive Coach.

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Sam is an experienced executive coach with keen insight into the demands of professional life, and a passion for helping founders and other executives achieve success and balance.

As a graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a former startup founder, Sam has a unique understanding of the demands and challenges that come with high-level leadership roles. He has helped many in that position improve their leadership skills, increase their productivity, and achieve their goals, all while prioritizing their overall well-being.

Sam is passionate about the reducetarian movement as a powerful means to combating climate change. Sam has been involved in projects such as Project Eat Less Meat and in his free time, organizes and hosts plant-based dinner parties. 

Sam is also enthusiastic about sports, and in college, he was the radio broadcaster for Stanford football, baseball, and women’s basketball, broadcasting two Rose Bowl games and a women’s Final Four. Sam also co-wrote Rags to Roses: The Rise of Stanford Football. In his free time, Sam continues to work for Stanford Athletics in various roles, including PA Announcer and Statistician.

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