Who I Am
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less traveled by,
and that has made all the difference.”
~ Robert Frost
For 40 years, Bradford Glass has inspired courageous leaders, professionals and their teams to challenge conventional thinking and instead take a stand for living with authenticity and freedom.
As a manager, as an educator, and as a coach, Brad evokes in his clients an uncommon level of clarity and perspective – about self, others, life, work and the world – that allows them to release “the way it is” and step with confidence into “the way it could be.”
In writing, speaking and coaching, Brad draws on nature’s wisdom as an archetype for living with creativity, resilience and balance. Through concepts, metaphor and practices, he guides others on the journey into the uncharted territory of their greatest potential.
Brad’s “Guiding Energies”
My Passion: experiencing nature as a personal support system and as a model for how we might live authentically, in a reciprocal relationship of reverence, respect and trust.
My Vision: that we become conscious co-creators of our lives, honoring our uniqueness, while thinking, speaking and acting from the oneness we share with all life on Earth.
My Purpose: to challenge conventional thought patterns and inspire a transformation in perspective about the unlimited possibility we represent to live more fully.
My Values: Create: bring nature’s order to life’s chaos; Teach: inspire others in new ways of seeing and thinking; Experience: be a conscious part of life’s unfolding mystery.
My Intention: to instill a “consciousness of possibility” as the light on the path to wholehearted, authentic living; to learn to embrace nature’s wisdom as a guide.
Brad has earned the Professional Certified Coach credential from the International Coach Federation, and master’s degrees in both Engineering and Environmental Studies.
He has served as Adjunct Professor at Antioch University’s Graduate School, and as a board member of the New England chapter of the International Coach Federation, the Waldorf School of Cape Cod and the Community Leadership Institute of Cape Cod.
For 20 years, he led nature tours to some of North America’s unusual wilderness locations.
He has over 35 years experience as a manager in the software industry, and in the ancient past, was a Captain in the U.S. Air Force.