"A life you love isn’t something built around the latest fads, voodoo, or mystical exercises. It begins with real world understandings about life, and requires a sincere desire to become creative with your life’s design and its experience."
It’s a simple and compelling concept that Ian Breck has spent over two-and-a-half decades exploring, making understandable, and bringing to life as a leading life quality researcher. It’s also an idea a new generation wanting more from their lives is eagerly putting to work for themselves as they reimagine their own lives in new and remarkable ways.
So, what makes some lives wonderful and others something less? Can you truly transform your life into something more rewarding and happier? These are a few of the many questions behind Ian Breck’s interest in life quality and natural design. From introducing new understandings about life quality to helping individuals transform their lives using sensible approaches and practical ideas, Ian's down to earth approach, unparalleled insight, exceptional knowledge, and addictive passion are helping individuals around the world tap into the true amazement only life’s experience can provide.
It’s important to understand Ian is not a motivational speaker, life coach, or guru; neither does he conduct seminars, workshops, or create self-help programs. He’s a scientific researcher who has explored life quality and what drives it through the lives of amazing people and their life experiences. Ian’s insights result from a fascinating career and a life-changing encounter with deadly cancer in 2010 that nearly silenced his story. Realizing life is simply too short and beautiful not to experience a life you love, Ian made the decision to end his research and begin sharing his work with the world.
Today, individuals from around the world explore and grow with Ian’s incomparable insights through his bestselling book Reimagined: How amazing people design lives they love (and what they can teach you!) and exclusive private clients.
When not working with clients or writing, Ian’s passion for blue water sailing, fine art photography, travel, and golf fill his timecard. Ian now calls Indianapolis home, but has lived in San Francisco, New York, and Seattle.