It has been an honor and a privilege to work with and know a man like Jevon over the past few years. His coaching has helped draw out the best in myself, keeping me focused on my dreams and aspirations. His passion for the Warrior has kick-started my own heroes journey allowing me to recognize the even geeks have a Warrior spirit. His example has allowed me to embrace the Warrior, giving me the courage and strength to face my life head on with pride and determination. His influence has helped me be a better friend, a better husband, and a better man. I could not ask for more. – Aaron Barrett
I have been fortunate to be coached by Jevon on several occasions in both an individual and team setting. The experiences have been powerful and enlightening, as Jevon has a natural gift for helping his clients identify precisely what they require as well as evoking their magnificence. He also has the ability to balance compassion, humour and pragmatism in his client interactions.
A coaching session with Jevon is an exquisite dance into the realm of possibility. – Jenn Pretious Koh, Queen Possibility Enabler & Messenger
Jevon is a coaching marvel. He brings a gentle, direct energy to the coaching conversation which allows the client to move confidently toward that which they are seeking. To work with Jevon is to know that you have an ally in change. He stands confidently with you, holding your best self in mind at all times, and gently, confidently urges you to step into it. I love working with Jevon because I know that he’s going to call me out when I want to hold back. – Shaanen Cross, Resplendent Relationship Maven – Shaanen Cross & Associates
Jevon strongly presents the necessary requirements of a great coach. He is strong, considerate, caring, intuitive, aware, patient, an active listener, and an individual able to put his own needs and ideas aside for the sake of his clients. He allows his client to travel his own road, row his own boat, find his own way while he walks beside, encouraging, supporting and asking open, thought provoking questions. – Pat Baceda