Adam Quiney: Why so many Lawyers and Pilots are stuck in their careers and lives

Adam Quiney: Why so many Lawyers and Pilots are stuck in their careers and lives

Episode 19: Adam Quiney

This week I sat down with Adam Quiney to discuss the challenges pilots and lawyers face in finding happiness and fulfilment in their careers and lives. There are so many parallels between high performers in different professions and the unique struggles they face.

If you want to be challenged and think differently about your professional life, this is the episode for you.

Adam Quiney is an executive mentor who works exclusively with the smartest people in the room. People whose intelligence has enabled them to create vast success, solve life’s thorniest problems, and create companies and teams that are changing the world. And that brilliance is now the the very thing that is holding them back.

Adam specializes in developing genius leadership. His clients don’t simply change; they transform their lives and the way they show up in the world, creating massive impact in their relationships, companies, and families. He develops leaders through deep, transformative coaching, supporting them to create lives where they own both their leadership and their genius as a quality and a place to come from.

He brings the concision, skills and brilliance that he honed in his previous careers as a project manager and a lawyer. His clients include corporations, lawyers, doctors, executives, world-class designers, olympic athletes, financial professionals, and CEOs across North America and Europe.

  • Nathan Seaward
    Posted at 05:43h, 20 April

    Hey guys, let me know your thoughts on this episode…

  • Nathan Seaward
    Posted at 05:48h, 20 April

    Do you agree with the points Adam and I discussed?

    • Doctor Amina
      Posted at 18:17h, 23 April

      Yep. As a coach from a similar school of thought and working with doctors it’s ding, ding, ding.

      • Nathan Seaward
        Posted at 02:14h, 26 April

        Thanks for the comment Doctor. I’ve had a lot of doctors reach out to me about the same feelings in New Zealand.