At my heaviest I weight an astonishing 345 pounds. In June of 2012 all of that began to change. I recognized that there were two people living in my head. Two distinct and different personalities: A fat guy and a fit guy. I became obsessed with finding a way to get the fat guy out of my head and out of my life.
My journey took me into the world of psychology, mindset, personality, identity, and nutrition and training. In my book, ‘Killing a Fat Guy’, I tell the story of how I lost weight by not trying to lose weight and how I made life-long changes to my nutrition, my training routines, and, most importantly, my mind.
If you are struggling with being overweight my goal is to help you and teach you the skills you need to change everything you need to change in order to begin living the happier, healthier life you are worthy of living.
Success Strategies and Mindset Coaching
I have spent 20 years in the information technology field at an executive level for many multi-million and multi-billion dollar companies. I utilize my skills in systems and process to find and develop the best strategies for your success. I am an avid reader and an expert in mindset and positive psychology. I have studied Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) at The Spencer Institute and Strategic Intervention Coaching at the Robbins-Madanes Center and have developed numerous tools and models that are still being used today by several of my fellow coaches such as the “Pain/Pleasure Action Quadrant” and the Focus Decision Point model.
Gary Drumm was born in 1969 in Patuxent River, MD. while his father was stationed at the Naval Air Station. He grew up in Duncanville. TX. He has a Masters Certification in Applied Project Management and IT Project Management from Villanova University, and is a certified Project Management Professional. Gary has spent over 20 years in the information technology field at management and executive levels for several multi-million dollar organizations.
In 2011 Gary began studying coaching psychology at Capella University. He also attended the Robbins-Madanes Center for Strategic Intervention, where he studied strategic intervention coaching, human needs psychology, and relationship psychology as well as the Spencer Institute for Life Coaching, where he studied Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP).