Unlike most “about us” pages I don’t want to make this about us. Instead I want to talk about you, and the unique time we all find ourselves living in.

It’s no secret ­ we live in the most topsy-­turvy age in history.

The way we work, live and love is constantly being revolutionized.

Robots and algorithms are replacing entire occupations, often faster than we can invent new jobs for everyone to do. Social media has flipped all of our relationships on their heads, transforming how we keep up with friends and loved ones. And in a connected world, the fruit of instability from far flung corners of the Earth now lands in our own backyards.

It’s an age of hope, and an age of terror.

But the one thing that’s remained the same? People.

We still want more for ourselves, and our families. We still move away from pain, and pursue pleasure. We still get jealous, confused, anxious and afraid.

Only now… it’s become a lot more difficult to do anything about it.

Why Personal Development?

When the future is uncertain, and when you’re feeling more lost or stuck than ever before… the most important thing to do is find a way forward.

You can’t get to your destination if you don’t know which direction to go. But once you’re on the right path, all you’ve got to do is keep putting one foot in front of the other.

Throughout my life, I’ve relied on personal development for exactly that.

Let me give you an example…

A few years ago I was at Burning Man. An enormous outdoor festival of music, art and self­-expression held every Labor day in the Nevada high desert.

You go, and for one whole week you get to escape your real world troubles.

At the time, my business was falling apart. A partnership had turned sour. Growth was either stagnant or reversing. For months I’d felt myself sinking deeper and deeper into a rut.

I knew I had to do something to break out of it. But what exactly? I had no idea.

I wanted to take a step back and clear my head. Get some answers. Find my new direction.

Somehow figure out my own way forward. Maybe you know what that’s like?


There I was, with a handful of close friends on the dusty playa.

Each of them was seriously successful in business. Smart and highly respected people, whose insights and advice I always took to heart. In that moment, I turned to them.

I asked if they could recommend a good personal development coach. Someone who could help me with public speaking, but also get me moving in other areas of my life.

Surprisingly, almost all of them gave me the same name ­ Michael Bernoff.

Back then, I’d never heard of him. But when I got back home from Nevada, I reached out to a few connections in my personal network for feedback.

Not only did they rave about Michael, they actually introduced me to him via email.

We chatted back and forth, and he invited me out to one of his seminars. The event was unlike anything I’d ever experienced. Direct. Participatory. No­ BS.

I’ve worked with people like Michael for a few years now. Over that time my eyes have been opened about how to produce real lasting change in my thoughts and actions.

I finally figured out the way forward from my failed business. Today I’m more successful than at any point in my life.

Life isn’t perfect, but every day it’s improving.

I couldn’t be happier.

Why Profound Success?

One thing I’ve discovered as I come up to the halfway point in my life is that it rarely hurts to ask for help when you need it. At different times I’ve needed help, and people like Michael Bernoff have stepped in to give it to me.

Now I want to provide the same experience to you.

That’s what Profound Success is all about.

Bringing you the perfect constellation of experts for the challenges you face today. No matter
if you’re trying to grow your business, find a loving relationship or simply be happier.

Our mission is to help you find your direction. Then get you moving toward your goals, one step at a time.

Getting you closer to the life of your dreams every day.

We’re your port in the storm, and your roadmap to a better you.

To your success,

Tim Houston