The people I coach are inspired. Inspired to do something bigger. Bigger for their businesses, their families, their community, and humanity.

They are driven to be the best version of themselves. Knowing well that when they are, they possess the energy, the clarity, and the ability to impact the lives of those they care about most.

They are not afraid to dive deep into their heart and minds to identify what is preventing them from having what they truly want in this one life.

And when the time comes to take action, and it’s time to face their fears, to build confidence, to create momentum in the external world, nothing will stop them from moving forward.

What can hold them back is they get too focused on what inspires them in the future, and they neglect what is going on right in front of them.

Right now.

Focusing all of their time on thinking about what could be, or what they want, their daily lives and big aspirations creates chaos.

Leaving daily priorities unchecked, unnoticed, or ineffectively managed.

The people I work with know there  is something more that they want. Something bigger they want their legacy and life story to be about.

Something more that they know deep down would change their life forever.

Something that both excites and scares them.

Yet, there is something holding them back. Most people experience their last breath

Their last thought

Wondering, “what if?”

Wondering “what could have been?”

Wondering “if only”

Not my clients.

My clients recognize that without a change, their future is already written.  They are heading in a predictable direction if nothing changes.

It is the future that will take place from moment to moment when no further thought, intention, or commitment is brought to it.

While this future is known deep down, the topic and disappointment it can create is often avoided. Yet, it determines their actions, and the way they live their lives.

Most people will live into this predictable future, without questioning it.

Without wondering what “could be”

Without wondering, how it “could be”

When you think about the trajectory of your life, what does your gut tell you it will be like five years from now, if you change nothing?

Ten years from now?

In ten years time, what will your life be like?

The truth is, it’s easy to accept this future without questioning it, but this will surely end with a life not being lived to its full potential, and final days of regret, versus celebration.

The people I work with’s challenges are a result of struggling to find balance in the life they live, and dreaming about the life they want.

And they are putting their current successes at risk.

While also risking leaving this earth, without ever creating what was on their heart and mind.

And when the chaos begins to be too much, often they can find themselves not taking the necessary action to manage their current reality, or take the necessary steps to identify and create the life they truly want.

The people I work with are at a place where they know it’s time to get clear.

Clear on the reality of the life they are currently living, and on the one they want to live.

They know that continuing to go the path they are is certain to lead to a life lived in regret.

A life unfulfilled.

They know it’s time to take a step back and look at the big picture.

It’s time to design the future that has been only a thought, a desire for so long, and build a bridge between the life they are living today, and the life they will live in the future.

It’s time to experience a major shift in reality.

Through deep, powerful conversations and experiences, we will shift the entire direction of your life, and thus transform it.

You must know..

My coaching is not for everyone.
My coaching requires courage and commitment.
My clients and I work together for a minimum of six months.

And their life and the impact they have absolutely transforms…

You must be ready to invest your energy, your time, and your money to creating something so powerful in your life that it will have a lasting impact on you, and the world!


When you are ready to talk, we will talk.

And life as you know it will transform.

When you know it’s time, fill out the coaching inquiry, and I will get back to you ASAP!

~ Matt Hogan


People I Have Served.

“I have a high level executive position in a high-tech company and Matt helped me with quite a few of the barriers I had in relation to failure in certain areas of the business, that I felt might not go well. He helped to boost my confidence measurably. Throughout our sessions he helped me find new ways to think about how I was approaching tasks, my people, and the leadership in my organization.

I found Matt to be very easy to talk to, very insightful and I feel that he would be a terrific bonus to any senior executive or mid-level manager in an organization that wanted some guidance and some assistance in pushing their career to the next level. I highly highly recommend Matt Hogan.”  – Seth McKee, Vice President, Global and National Accounts, Securitas Security Services USA, Colorado


Lynn Mac Review


“Hello everyone,

I am an Austin based Floral/Event designer. This has been my career for over a decade. I recently realized that I had reached a career lull though.

A little background about myself, I come from very humble beginnings. Hard work, long days and asking for anything such as help was discouraged.

So definitely asking for more and using my voice was a huge fear for me. This was hardwired into me and with every job I had, I worked tirelessly, quietly and self-effacing for my bosses while making them more successful.

All those years of working like this created this quiet storm within me, it made me sick, it was affecting my personal life…

I was basically treading water but of my own doing.

I met Matt through another professional and coincidentally I was at a point where I needed to make major life changes.

I just wanted to preface with I never would have thought that I’d be someone that would benefit from this. But I have to say, after having a couple sessions with him, it has been life changing.

He is enthusiastic, genuine and easy to speak with, but most importantly he called me out on my “shit” straight away (in a non-judgmental way).

His honesty, sincerity and determination to help me realize my potential was inspirational.

There were deeper, core issues that were brought to the surface with his help. His mentoring and coaching has helped me realized that I was holding myself back from my career potential.

Turns out sometimes you do need a little help and support from a professional to figure out the best version of yourself.

Since our sessions I can successfully say I’ve been using my voice more and changing how I navigate challenges.

I have increased my pay and taken control of my schedule which allows me to have more time for self-care.

I’ve started initiating goals that I have deferred because of fear and exhaustion.

I am still a work in progress but my creative energy and headspace feels like they’ve been redesigned.

The way I was living was not sustainable or fulfilling.

I am truly grateful for Matt’s coaching and pragmatic approach. I have made radical changes with his help.

Matt is a true professional and this has been the best investment I have made for MYSELF. I’m so excited for what’s to come!



“Matt has a great ability to cut through to the heart of what it is you want to say and what you need to do next in your career or business.

He is friendly, yet direct and holds you accountable to what you need to do next.

I personally found his advice and support helpful in keeping my mind on track for my own business.

Highly recommend his work.

Thanks Matt”


I am writing this review because it’s incredibly important for me to give recognition to Matt as a coach. Not long ago I’d been struggling with some personal issues and I had decided out of the blue to message Matt who I’d known for years asking if he’d read a self help book that I was currently reading. Then I just sort of unloaded my stressors unexpectedly.

Matt suggested journaling to release my stress and we had talked off and on and he suggested a really good self help book. That day I went and bought a note book. I wrote a few poems something I had not done in years. Which felt really good to see that side of myself again.

He noticed my stress building through conversation and offered to do an exercise with me that may give me some clarity. I agreed. I had so much anxiety about my situation.

Matt kept me very focused and didn’t allow me to trail off down the rabbit hole and asked me the tough questions. He didn’t give me the answers. He forced me to think and think deeply about what it was that I may actually be needing or wanting in life. That exercise lead me to tears and I was a bit of a mess. Yet, I had felt calm and had gained some clarity. I was embarrassed by my crying and apologized probably at least 10 times. Matt reminded me that I was human and it’s ok to cry. I was also not the first person to break down and it’s quite normal. Matt had the most patience and offered many kind words which made me feel at ease.

I gained so much knowledge about myself and realized connections to patterns of self destruction I had never put together before our conversation. I can’t express enough how thankful I am that out of the blue I decided to message a good friend.

If you’re really wanting to do some soul searching and need guidance in anything Matt would most definitely be a good person to talk with about whatever it is that has you troubled.

I’d been following him on Facebook for quite sometime and accepted his recent fear challenge which has lead me to actually trying to do something I’ve always wanted to do play an instrument. Currently teaching myself the keyboard. Which has been fun and exciting.


“At some point in a manager’s career, there may be an opportunity to consider hiring an executive coach.

For me, that time came when I met Matt. From the moment we met, I was impressed with his enthusiasm and drive.

During our coaching sessions, Matt helped me “reframe” stressful situations, “unpack” challenges and navigate through change with success.

I highly recommend his services.”


“I highly recommend Matt Hogan as a coach because he is super knowledgeable and driven to see his clients succeed.

Since I’ve worked with Matt, I have been able to accomplish so many things in a short amount of time.

I go to school full-time in an Ed Tech masters program and I work full-time in fast paced startup company, while working on starting my own business.

Matt is phenomenal at helping me set high goals, short-term and long-term. I feel that without a coach or mentor, it would take me longer to achieve my goals and my mind and attention would be all over the place.

Matt helps me stay focused on important goals and holds me accountable to achieve results. I am a straight A student in my program and the top performing Market Manager in my company.

I attribute my successes to his coaching sessions.”


If anyone’s on the fence about speaking with Matt, stop and take the leap.

Matt is an amazing guy, with the utmost integrity and will guide you in the right direction.

Note: I didn’t say, guide you to working with him. This is a true pro here folks, and one that cares only about the person on the other end, and doing what’s best for them.”