Jim Huling

Jim Huling

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Jim Huling is the author of the #1 Worldwide Best-Selling Book, The 4 Disciplines of Execution, now in its 2nd Edition and translated into sixteen languages. Jim has also been the 4DX Global Managing Consultant for FranklinCovey for more than 13 years where he has led the coaching of more than 70,000 leaders around the world. Prior to this time, Jim served more than a decade as CEO of an organization recognized four times as one of the “25 Best Companies to Work For in America.” As a sought-after keynote speaker, Jim has given more than 500 presentations in 13 countries. Among all his awards and recognition, Jim is particularly proud to have been presented with the Turknett National Leadership Character Award, representing CEO’s who demonstrate the highest levels of ethics and integrity. Jim is also the author of Choose Your Life, his book on work-life integration and success that has sold consistently since 2007. For those who know him best, Jim’s greatest calling has been as a Coach to individuals ranging from CEOs to young leaders, where he draws from the lessons of his own life and career to provide meaningful strategies and guidance. As the creator of the highly acclaimed coaching program, Find Your Fire, Jim is expanding his impact to now reach far more individuals in a more personal way. Jim is most proud of his wonderful marriage of more than 40 years to his sweetheart, Donna, being Dad to two phenomenal adults, Scott and Sarah, and “Papa” to his three grandkids. Jim holds a 3rd Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo and is currently in his ninth year of CrossFit
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