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About Mehrdad2018-08-31T21:00:43+00:00

Mehrdad Moayedzadeh, PCC, CPCC has been coaching clients worldwide to produce extraordinary results in their lives for over 20 years. He is a Tony Robbins Results Coach & Business Results Trainer, a member of the Forbes Coaches Council, an ICF Professional Certified Coach, a CTI Certified Professional Co-active Coach®, and a Forbes.com contributor. 

Mehrdad has coached a wide range of clients including CEOs, business owners, media personalities, doctors, and others on topics such as peak performance, career, leadership, self-care, and relationships. 

With a B.S. in Engineering, Mehrdad has extensive experience in leadership and management within the technology sector. He is the former COO of a Silicon Valley tech startup and the Founder and former-President of a not-for-profit volunteer-based organization. 

He currently lives in Northern California with his beloved wife. One of his most joyful hobbies has been Scuba diving at some of the world’s top diving destinations including Bali, Palau, Mexico, Honduras, Turks & Caicos, Thailand and Grenada.

WHY CHOOSE US?

1. Experience Matters. Coaching since 1995, having served clients with diverse professional and cultural backgrounds across the world for over 20 years.

2. Value. We are so confident about exceeding our clients’ expectations that we offer 100% guarantee up to four sessions.

3. Approach. Our coaching methodology goes far beyond overcoming immediate challenges. We help you take advantage of your current challenges to create profound sustainable change.

4. It’s not all about us. Contribution is a key part of our life purpose. We are in the business of helping people create a life they desire.

MEHRDAD ON FORBES.COM

How To Make The Most Of Your Personal Time After Hours

Forbes Coaches Council, Forbes.com

16 Effective Ways To Break Bad Communication Habits

Forbes Coaches Council, Forbes.com

19 Tricks To Shift Your Mind Toward Optimism

Forbes Coaches Council, Forbes.com

Tired Of Saying ‘Yes’ All The Time? Here’s How To Get Comfortable Saying ‘No’

Forbes Coaches Council, Forbes.com