The Power of Second Chances
It is something that many struggle with and find it hard to get help for. When you are depressed, you can feel so stuck that the future feels hopeless. In this interview Tim shares practical steps on how to make those small steps forward that will bring back hope in your life.
“Tomorrow is a new day, a day of second chances–and it is up to us to go ignite that!” – Tim Brown
Leaders typically find it hard to admit weakness, be vulnerable and ask for help. Tim shares his inner journey through hell back to a life of joy and fulfillment. After the financial crash of 2008 Tim lost over $55 million in assets as he watched forces beyond his control decimate the company he had built. Tim’s identity came from his role as a CEO, his view of his competence and how he was seen by his peers. He had been so focused on his identity and business that his marriage fell apart as well. Feeling that he had lost everything there were two distinct points where Tim considered just ending it all. This journey that Tim went through has become an incredible book that I know will help millions.
“The magic about jumping into the Parade is that you can lead from the back, the front or the middle. Just jump in and live your life to the fullest.” – Tim Brown
What you will learn
- How to live life from the inside out
- How to heal from the inside out
- The power of living in your integrity and being authentic
- To let go of the past and live fully in the present
- That no matter how things appear, it will get better
- One simple tool that will bring joy back in your life
Stephen McGhee – Tim’s leadership coach
Jumping Into The Parade
This book delivers a message of hope and a victory story from someone who faced their edge. The content in the book deals delivers inspiration, the power of reframing and perspective, thoughts of suicide, over coming depression, living from the inside out, serving others, spiritual connection and navigating a mid-life crisis. It provides a roadmap, for lack of a better term, on helping people become joyful by living their lives authentically.
Tim Brown is a devoted father, businessman and community leader. He is the founder of Three Creative, a leadership organization that aims to provide the motivation for each of us to focus on faith, family and friends at our core by delivering a simple message: for true success, you must live and lead from the inside out.
Previously, he was the president of Concord Energy Holdings, a Colorado-based integrated commodity logistics and oilfield services company. Prior to Concord, he was the Founder and CEO of Radius Media Holdings, a position he held for more than 11 years. Radius Media provided a broad stratum of marketing platforms that ranged from radio broadcasting, including 12 locations in Colorado, 18 owned-and-operated live events in the Colorado resort communities, a large-format printing company and a sponsorship marketing agency. Clients included CBS Outdoor, The City and County of Denver’s Theatres and Arenas and multiple national advertising agencies.
Brown began his career more than 20 years ago in sales management in the high tech and telecommunications industry. During the course of a decade, he worked with both established and start-up companies in Denver, Chicago and Sydney, Australia including Cisco Systems, Alteon Web Systems (Nortel Networks), American Power Conversion and Xircom. His passion was finding new ways to genuinely serve his customers, build strong internal teams and focus on long-term, meaningful relationships in the workplace and in the community.
Brown earned a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University with a focus on political science and continues to support the University through business and personal endeavors.
Brown understands the importance of community involvement and is committed both personally and professionally to helping others experience the freedom we receive by living and leading from the inside out. He has shared his passion by delivering keynote presentations at international franchisee conferences, MasterMind Groups, YPO events and industry conferences, as well as during public CSU forum discussions. He continues to share his message with groups, large and small, and has created a corporate training program designed to inspire, motivate and improve the working and personal lives of employees, managers and executive teams by teaching them how to Jump into their own Parade.
During the past decade, Brown was instrumental in helping The Colorado Meth Project, Man Therapy, Denver Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, and other non-profit organizations through his past board involvement with a large family foundation. He now serves as a board member for the Denver Council of Boy Scouts of America, Colorado Uplift, and Lead Like Jesus. He is also an active member of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of YPO International. He is also a member of Restoration Community Church in Denver.
A former half-IRONMAN triathlete, he now spends his spare time with a focus on his faith, family and friends. You can often find him on the baseball fields with his son, riding his cruiser bike through his hometown of Denver, hiking the mountains of Colorado, taking photographs, throwing the ball to Blue Dog Brown the Black Labrador, trying to keep up on the ski slopes with his son, reading whatever he can get his hands on, listening to music (the radio, of course) and traveling to new places to experience different cultures