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Meet Josh 

It all started when…

a very successful businessman told me on the phone eleven years ago, "Josh, I'd do anything to just have a relationship with my son again." Since that day, I began to see a pattern with those I coached, men and women who had big stages, but were burdened by their relationships at home. 

The more I worked with leaders and the more I studied the field, I began to see an eye-opening pattern--that leaders who focused on their relationships at home were more free to thrive on their stage. And guess what? They were more productive too. 

That's why I now coach leaders and their spouses be free to lead. To have marriages they enjoy, kids who adore them, and the necessary rhythms to maximize their influence from stage.

With our Free to Lead group as the flagship coaching program, we'd love to work with you and /or your team to implement strategies to maximize your influence.

 

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Joshua Straub, Ph.D.

Joshua Straub, Ph.D. is a husband, dad, and recovering human. By trade, Josh is a speaker, author, and family and leadership coach. A champion of human empathy, Josh leads Famous at Home, a company equipping leaders, organizations, military families, and churches in emotional intelligence and family wellness. Josh also is a Fellow of the Townsend Institute for Leadership and Counseling. As a marriage and family coach and consultant, and professor of child psychology / crisis response, Josh coaches leaders to be famous at home so they can thrive on their stage. He also speaks regularly for Joint Special Operations Command and serves military families across the country.

Josh is author/ coauthor of four books including Safe House: How Emotional Safety is the Key to Raising Kids Who Live, Love, and Lead Well and coauthor, along with his wife Christi, of their first children’s book called, What Am I Feeling? He and Christi also host the In This Together podcast.

Most of all, Josh loves spending time with his wife, Christi, on the lake in their 1974 Crestliner, training their disobedient puppy, and watching their kids crush karaoke on a stage built in their dining room.