Get where you want to go without all the frills.

Nick Kennedy has decades of experience, thousands of hours of business coaching, and practical advice—and he’s ready to help build the life you’re after.


You’re not alone in feeling stuck.

As a go-getter entrepreneur or executive leader, there’s no worse feeling than stuck.

I know, because I’ve been where you are, and I absolutely understand how frustrating it is to want more... and have no earthly idea how to get it.

Eventually, I cracked the code—launching, building, and selling a multi-million dollar airline will teach a guy a few lessons—and I’d love to help you get unstuck.

But first, I need to tell you something most business coaches won’t.


There’s no such thing as “enough.”


If you’re not careful, you’ll be chasing more for the rest of your life.

A brutal treadmill, “more” will own you, enslave you. You will sweat and try like hell, but you’ll never actually get anywhere...

Except exhausted. And anxious. And maybe divorced.

We need a better definition of success.

Listen, in the world of entrepreneurship and leadership, success is always about money.

But it’s never only about money. Why? Because you can’t buy fulfillment. (You might think you can. But I’m telling you: It’s not possible. I tried.)

I can’t pretend to know what success means for you, but I suspect it’s less about more than it is about better.

Whatever it is, I can help you define it—and live it.

Let’s do this.

About Nick Kennedy

  • Co-founder and CEO RISE (acquired by Surf Air)
  • Over 8,000 hours of coaching experience
  • Author of The Good Entrepreneur
  • Once Made Shaq Snort Laugh
  • Techstars Mentor and Coach
  • EY Entrepreneur of the Year
  • EY Hall of Fame Inductee
  • Capital Factory Mentor
  • Serial Entrepreneur
  • Ironman Finisher
  • Rap Aficionado
  • Micro-retired
  • Husband
  • Father
  • Friend

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