... hey there!👋 My name is CJ Flood
Proud father, loving husband, entrepreneur, and - a die hard lover of doing hard things!
I use the lessons that I learn from doing hard things, as well as my past experiences to help businesses and entrepreneurs succeed in all domains of life.
Up Next, 60km A Day For 30 Days To Raise $100,000 for Movember
Coming Up Next
So, what’s next for me? Picture this: I'm about to run 60km a day, for 30 days straight, to raise $100,000 for Movember. Crazy, right? But it's not just about the run; it's about supporting men's mental health, a cause that’s close to my heart.
Let's wind the clock back a bit.
There was a time when I weighed a hefty 130kgs (290lbs) and was struggling to make ends meet and just trying to figure this entrepreneurship thing out.
Trying get more client work but not being able to make it happen and getting stuck delivering phone books for 20 cents each.
Fast forward 2 years, and I'm a thriving entrepreneur, human leadership trainer, speaker and consultant.
An average guy who knocked off a massive 44kgs (100lbs) and on a mission to find hard things to do with my life.
Enter running, going from 2 knee reconstructions and struggling to lose weight to complete an ultra-marathon. And let me tell you, that transformation journey has been nothing short of amazing.
Meet CJ a bit better
On a personal note, I'm a dedicated husband, and father to two inspiring boys, Seth and Cooper.
They've been my rock throughout this journey and are the reason I strive to be better each day. And yes, they were a huge inspiration behind my weight loss and my newfound love for doing hard things.
I'm all about being open and vulnerable. I believe it's through sharing our raw, unfiltered stories that we connect with others at a deeper level.
So, here's my promise to you: I'll always keep it real. Whether it's about life, leadership, mental health, or just the ups and downs of my own journey.
Ready to join the journey?
Click Here to Join the Journey. Feel like supporting the cause? Click Here to Donate. Your support, no matter how big or small, could make a world of difference to someone struggling with mental health.
Together, we can create a ripple of positive change. Remember, every step counts!